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Ever since the release of Diablo 1, people were, like, all over their computers just so they could defeat the boss, finish the game and make the coolest set of equips possible. With your standard melee and long-ranged fighter in the mix, the possibilities are endless. I can't really comment on D1 though. I haven't played it ever since.
Then came Diablo 2. The best game to have ever been released in the franchise. Wiht Lord of Destruction came with the addition of new characters and maps. With the expansion, the game was more...expansive. Sadly, I didn't get to finish the game, because at that time, I had to go to my friends house just to play the game. The only fun I had was with the Shadowmaster. Everyone knows what that is and it was heck lot of fun pwning bosses with 1 or 2 hits. I remember putting every type of enchant on every single slot of a single weapon. Yes, you heard it right. Every single one. I used to have a katar with poison, fire, ice, lightning, darkness, and light enchanted in them. Yes, I was an assassin at that time. Then we toyed with the Shadowmaster some more and I stopped. Wish I could play the game again though.
Here's where the fun begins. A...
A lot of games are getting released recently and loads more are still in development. If you think this year has had its fill of games then you better be ready for the years to come. Games that could make your system weap and will have you opting for a better PC. From original concepts to clones. But there are those that takes things to another level.
Anime in online gaming
Dragonball Online, Shin Megami Tensei, Bas.tard!! Online and a rumored Naruto Online. These games are released to make you experienced how it is to be your favorite anime character. As you can see, the graphics aren't that spectaular but I think they were made to be as such to stay with the original concept of an anime. I'm not implying that I dislike such games but I think that they could at least make better with everything they have and this would make as an experience to gamers and otakus alike.
I know some of you may say that, whatever game is released, it'll be just another WoW clone. Seriously, enough with the "WoW clone" lines. If you think an anime inspired game is just a WoW clone then don't play it, better yet stay away from it. I haven't seen WoW turned into an anime series....
"Cutest Game for Cuties"
Visit the official website to try it out.
Are they really cute?
In my opinion, yes...well, kinda. But that's just me. Remember that the best teacher is experience. Onward to my review, then.
It's just your average click and attack MMORPG. However, there are a few added features that no other MMO have, yet. First you have your server selection screen which currently has 2 servers online; Panda and Koala. Cute.
You will then be taken to the login page allowing you to create your character. There are 5 classes to choose from in the game: Warrior, Mage, Taoist, Swordsman, Priest.
Warrior: Your basic tank.
Mage: Choose between Ice Magic or Fire Magic.
Taoist: Pet-based attack
Swordsman: Ranged fighter. Don't believe? Try the game and read the description.
There is however a bit of lag in the game. But that's just me. Probably depends on your geographical location. Just like Atlantica Online, there is an auto run feature. Access the map with the "D" key and click anywhere on the map. watch your character move to the selected location.
An addition to the g
"Will you marry me?"
Probably the biggest question any guy could ask a girl. Or the other way around but that's rare. I'm not married nor have I asked my girl to marry me...yet. Marriage is not something you do and throw away but it's a life long commitment. At least that's what they said. But what if this was to happen online/in-game? Will it be as serious as if done in real life? What for? These are just a few questions that bothered me recently.
Better than real life?
The trend in most MMORPG nowadays is it's marriage system. An example would be Ragnarok Online. Before getting married, you have to first acquire the outfits like a tuxedo and a wedding dress. Plus you have to pay the marriage fee of a million zeny or so. The marriage system do have it's perks, though. When in need of help, you can summon your dearly beloved from anywhere in the the world instantly to your side. You get extra experience when with a loved one when mobbing, too.
Unlike real marriages, this has no real commitment. You could ask someone you just met in game to marry you just for the heck of it. There are those that do this just for it's perks with their partner being the real life fri