Everquest Review: Godlike After Years


REVIEW

Being one of the first MMOs to ever hit the gaming screen, I could say that nothing is as good and satisfying as EverQuest. Nothing immerses fans into the land of Role Playing better than EverQuest.

XBlaster Review: Bird’s Eye View Mecha Battle


REVIEW

Robots have been part of our lives for generations. From the old school mechs that we love to watch on the TV or seeing them kick ass on the big screen. We've always been fascinated with them especially when we get to control these monsters and bring down the house with them.

Rohan Review: Revenge!


REVIEW

Although it may seem that this game is filled with quests, Rohan focuses more on the PVP aspect of gaming. Leveling may be a breeze compared to other games, but being in a persistent world of chaotic proportions makes things rather difficult.

WYD Review: Weaving your own Destiny


REVIEW

As in most f2ps, the only thing that keeps people playing a game is the bonds they share with other players. Thankfully, WYD’s Academy system has made sure you get that bond.

RuneScape Review: A Look Into RuneScape


REVIEW

Many different thoughts come up when the word 'RuneScape' is spoken. Well, I'm here to share my thought on this game and try to give an unbiased review as well a deep look into this world.

Free Realms Review: MMO Mashed with Minigames


REVIEW

Honestly, I am extremely happy that MMORPG developers are looking to branch out into new and exciting ways to get MMORPGs focused on more than just combat, however, mashing MMORPGs with mini-games can be a deadly combination.

Tantra Online Review: Pretty Game, Sexist Character Options


REVIEW

Tantra online is a beautifully themed MMO set in a Fantasy World that is heavily influenced by Indian Mythology. Most of the Characters look like modernized Aztec mercenaries (geez, thats a first) and the enthralling background complements this theme pretty well.

Q-world Review: More than Meets the Eye


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It's true that the game has a lot of features other games do not, but the game feels too familiar. If you do like MMOs where you have to do lots of tasks with the Chinese/oriental feel then this game is for you.

Shaiya Review: Light Vs Dark


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Shaiya online is a great online game, the difficulty modes add a lot of depth and replay value to the game. The quests in the game are just like other MMORPGs, they aren’t really renewing.

Apocalypse Board Review: Chess Pieces That Rock


REVIEW

The game circles around the battle of good and evil in the world which are symbolized by Angels and Demons.  Your part in all this is to use either Angels or Demons in a chessboard like battle of supremacy.

Ghost Online Review: Ghosts, Spirits and Souls?


REVIEW

A game with nine different hosts (two English ones) must have something special. But what exactly has made Ghost Online so popular and why is it still alive and kicking?

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