As much as they would like to call it a CBT, the game was more or less an OBT. Do you have a joymax account? Accept their terms of agreement and you were in the beta. If there is a significant update that makes it worth re-evaluating the game, then I will do it. Digimon Masters Online is a slightly newer Digimon MMORPG. It plays more like a traditional one rather than like the turn based Digimon Battle Online. Digimon Masters is based on the Digimon Data Squad anime, but it promises to have some of the features from the other seasons such as the alternate forms of evolution rather than just the standard Digisoul one.
You are attempting to join DATS. That's about it. There's a main storyline quest that follows Kurata as he prepares for the invasion of the Digital World. It eventually leads into a war, but so far the story has no progressed much further than that. Since it seems to follow the storyline of Digimon Data Squad, it will eventually lead into a war betw
So Scarlet Legacy is another one of those MMOs that are based around a mythical version of China. The difference in this one is that they stick to the traditional class system found in other MMOs rather than making up some weird stuff for them. Screenshots are from what I could pick off google and MMOSITE.
The story of the game is told by communicating with an NPC that is trapped in a mirror. As you level up, you will unlock more conversations with her. Your ultimate goal is to free her from the mirror.
The graphics are decent. The character models are fairly nice, but the building textures are poor by comparison. Some walls look like a mess. I'm not sure whether this is a creative design in a poor attempt to make a wall that isn't a single color or trying to mak
Rusty Hearts is an instance based action RPG developed and published by Perfect World Entertainment. In my opinion, this is their fist game that is not based on the original system designed and reskinned from Perfect World. So far, the game only has 3 characters, but the sihlouette for a 4th is already there. For the purposes of this review, I will be playing the magic swordsman. I plan to skip the PvP elements. Playing with other players lags me much like what happens in Dungeon Fighter Online and Vindictus, but not as bad as either of those. PvE content always comes first as well. I believe that no game can have good PvP if PvE sucks.
Story:An attack has occurred on the town (tutorial, skip it and you miss it) for reasons unknown. It is up to a rag tag group to team up a
This is a review of the game AFTER Stamina has been removed. Like I said, any game that I gave a score to, if there is a significant change to the game, I would be willing to review the game again. For me, this came after the introduction of the skirmishes and the removal of the stamina system. This review is written from scratch with no reference to the old one. I have plans to begin to review each mercenary on their own later on.
Nothing has changed yet in the story. As a descendent of Atlantis, your job is to find a way to open the path to the city of Atlantis. However, the content hasn't gone that far and it ends with you still trying to obtain all of the items necessary to create the key to enter Atlantis. Each of the quest chains in the game have their own storylines between NPCs as well. However, the main story (Key to Atlantis), doesn't start until level 80.
The good part of Atlantica is that there are very different levels of graphic settings and even the lowest
I'm interested in these aciton side scrolling MMOs, but unfortunately, many of them are the same. You have fixed gender and character classes and a fatigue system. With some luck the one you play will have job changes available to produce a bit of variety. For this review, I primarily played as the Phoenix class. Like all games I review, I will focus on the PvE aspects rather than PvP. In my philosophy, a good PvP game cannot exist without a good PvE. Why? If PvP is considered the endgame content, PvE is the journey there. If the journey is long and boring, people will never get to the end.
The game follows the story of the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. You start at the early battles of the Yellow Turban Rebellion and it goes from there chronologically. They even give you the o
After giving up on Atlantica Online and basically only playing Lunia for quite some time, I stumbled upon Elsword by chance. Elsword is another instance based MMORPG. Currently though, it lacks depth with a low level cap and only 3 characters to choose from. I will consider expanding on this review once the class change is implemented.
EDIT: New classes still aren't implemented so stop complaining about how they're not being included. It is already in open beta. Game will be reevaluated if there is a significant update.
N/A. No idea what is going on. The quests and dialogue don't form any form of coherent story. Its just a series of individual missions.
The graphics aren't anything special. It has a fairly different cell shaded look which I like. The problem is
Cosmic Break is an MMO that revolves around robots that fight it out for various purposes. It is action and instance based. Think of it as something like Armored Core, but with cutesy graphics. For a game with surprisingly simple graphics, there is actually a high level of customization available.
The game revolves around your character being chosen by the 3 leaders/gods who choose robots to fight it out in order to ressurect them. As a result, you have to choose one of the factions they represent. Although they are working to revive their leader, they have to keep the forces of Chaos (AI/mission enemies) in check.
At first glance, the graphics are very plain and simplistic. Each of the available robots serve as a base. The way to make your robot unique is through customization. There are 3 basic templates and a large number of colors to choose from. However, if you wish to dedicate time to it, you can modify the textures that compose your character for a completely diffe
So I decided to try out this game because its named after one of the famous Wuxia (martial art) novels by Jin Yong (most famous for Condor Heroes). This game has absolutely nothing to do with the series of the same name and is instead based on the 10 martial arts sects. Unfortunately, I realized I played this game before except it was under a different name and I think it was run by a Malaysian company rather than Changyou Europe. The only thing that I recognized was the giant eagles that some people can ride, but that would be Legend of the Condor Heroes and not Tian Long Ba Bu. This game is very similar to the JX2 style.
The graphics are dated. There are very limited options in terms of looks. You can choose between 3 hairstyles and something like 4 faces. You can choose a character portrait, but it has no effect on anything other than the image you see when you view a person's profile. The background and enemies are rather plain. The effects on skills look decent a
So, a long time ago, Korea came up with a game called Talesweaver. Finally, in the Fall of 2010, they decided to translate the game into English. Unfortunately, the servers are located in Korea still which causes some problems. Its being hosted by gamengame open beta but its still fairly unstable.
For some reason villages are facing increasingly more aggressive monsters. No one knows why.
This game is old. It uses 2D sprites with a 3D background. Provided that you aren't playing full screen, the graphics are still fairly nice. Stretching the screen really makes the game show its age but other than that its still fairly decent. Another problem is that most characters look very similar so everyone practically looks the same. If you want different looks, you have to get some high level head equipment and some item mall stuff which is not released in this version yet.
The game starts off with you choosing a base character. Each
Vindictus is the latest MMO released by Nexon USA. The Korean version is known as Mabinogi Heroes. Its pretty much an instance based action RPG. It is currently in "Early Access Open Beta" which is pretty much Open Beta except they make you get a stupid key code to start playing. They're practically everywhere though. I suck at remembering the names of stages so I will call it what I want.
You are some nameless soldier who ends up fighting a giant spider/town guardian and saving some priestess/innkeeper when the giant spider goes mad. After that, you wake up at the inn where the priestess has been keeping an eye on you and you are part of some Crimson Mercenaries that has disagreements with the Royal Army. I have no clue what this is about and I'm still trying to figure it out.
The graphics of Vindictus is pretty good as long as you keep the details high. The reflections and bloom look awful if you turn it down. It just makes everything bright and overly shiny