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Warframe may be a bit grind-heavy, and waiting for your items to build is a pain, Warframe is a really fun F2P third-person shooter MMO.
Thankfully, unlike most F2P games, almost every item in the game can be obtained in some way, permanently, without use of any real cash if you are willing to invest the immense amount of time to do so. No real pay to win ♥♥♥♥ here, just pay to speed things up. This is a pretty good model in comparison to ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ you see in Nexon games for example.
Aside from rushing items or getting rare orokin catalysts/reactors and forma (3 very important items to leveling up) outside of events that give them out for free, the only things you necessarily need to pay for are costmetics such as color palettes and armor decoration. When you get your first bunch of platinum (the in-game real-money paid currency), hold onto it, and don't waste it on guns (get the blueprints instead, those can be retrieved with normal credits which are free by playing), or anything that isn't necessary. Use your plat for cosmetics, or Orokin Catalysts/Reactors (but only if you urgently need them then and there and there isn't an event available).
As for the game itself, Warframe's gameplay is fast-paced and frantic. There's a huge emphasis on both ranged and melee combat, and the Melee system is really neat, kind of combining typical TPS melee combat with a God of War-style combo system. There is also some parkour in the game, allowing you to run along and up walls, vault over objects, and do slides, spin-dashes, etc.
The guns in the game are for the most part satisfying to use, and feel beefy (such as the Latron), and leveling them up/modding them is surprisingly deep and complex. Mixing damage types depending on what faction you're fighting is very important and something you'll be doing regularly, same with applying mods that build on a weapon's strengths (such as fire rate, damage, mag size, etc).
The Enemy Ai, while it definitely isn't the smartest, it is coordinated and different enemy units will try to flank you, take cover, and some brave units may try to hunt you down and find your position if you've run out of sight. However extremely rare, if a fight is going south for the enemy, they'll flee which is also interesting to see.
You progress through the game by playing various missions of different types, some involve simply killing everyone(extermination), defending an object of interest from destruction (defense), defending multiple hackable terminals (mobile defense), and much more. There's a lot of variety, and almost every mode save for extermination requires some level of teamwork.
With the Archwing update coming out soon, the game will be a lot more diverse, adding full space combat to the mix as well. This is one of the most anticipated updates to the game thus far, and with good reason... It's a big game-changer, literally.
The biggest downsides to the game are that the Voice-chat sucks and has horrible quality, the game can be very buggy / freeze prone at times, the netplay can be bandwidth intensive, you can only have parties of 4 players on a mission, and there's a lot of older weapon mods and warframe abilities that are currently becoming less viable as new content rolls in and other elements of the game get new features/improvements. The new stuff ends up leaving older stuff in the dust, in short. Digital Extremes, the developer, plan on rectifying this soon thankfully.
In short, it's a great game, it still has issues, but those are quickly evaporating. If you like fast-paced cooperative action with some RPG elements thrown in, plenty of loot, decent AI, satisfying guns, and lots of blood/gore, you'll like this game.
As a slightly off-topic note - Digital Extremes (who made this) also made one of the best games of all time; Unreal Tournament 2004, alongside Epic Games back in the day, so give that a look too.