Does this free-to-play action-RPG MMO reward true believers or does it deserve to be banished forevermore to The Negative Zone?
In the wake of The Cataclysm, Azeroth can only hope to heal the wounds that it has suffered. Stumbling upon the tranquil land of Pandaria, the Alliance and Horde once more bring war where it isn't welcome....
When the elder dragons, beings of immeasurable magical power, begin their sweep to destroy all life in Tyria, it is up to the men and women to rise up and push the forces of the Risen, the Branded, the Svanir, and the Destroyers back running to their masters!
TERA lands firmly upon American and European soil, but is it a perfect ten, or does the French judge hate everything again?
Global Agenda, stated to being Team Fortress: The MMO upon its release in February of 2010. With a dwindling player base and the general dislike of MMO subscription fees, Hi-Rez Studios decided to adopt a free to play model in place of its massive demo, but can the dull brown of post apocalyptic earth shine?
When Regulos, dragon of extinction, threatens to be resurrected in the mortal world of Telara once more, it is up to the ascended, beings of great power, to stop him. Does this story succeed in telling a grand tale?
When the Shadows of Angmar spread forth across the land to terrorize the denizens of Middle Earth, it is up to stalwart heroes from the realms of human, dwarf, elf, and halfling, to protect the land and help the Fellowship of the Ring progress to the fiery lands of Mordor.
In an alternate future, Brainiac defeats the forces of the world and assimilates the Earth and all its superpowered denizens. What will happen when Lex Luthor steals the powers of heroes deceased and gives them to a new age of heroes and villains in the past?
Runes of Magic takes the WoW formula and changes it for its own devious machinations. Does the altered being ultimately succeed, or is this one that should be purged from the primordial ooze?