Sure Combat Arms takes bits and pieces from other online FPS's, but this isn't a bad thing, as it manages them in the right manner, creating an generic yet fun game.
MMORPGs can easily provide us that release from the want of getting ships blown up, but the case is different when it comes to browser-based games. That is why we are often bombarded by space-themed games that say they provide the 'authentic space battle experience of a lifetime'
When it comes to browser games we are used to the game takes on the serious route and makes everything cumbersome and someone clichéd. This happens on most browser games if not all.
No don't let the game image fool you, you will not control Leonidas and his merry 300 men to an online war of swords against the hordes of the Persians. What X-Kings offers you is a kingdom that you run against the hordes of "greedy" humans all hell bent in getting their gold from your weak little country.
Guild Wars (GW) offers perhaps one of the best Player Versus Player experiences around. Whether you're a casual gamer who can only play for twenty minutes, or a hard core MMORPG nut who loves to game for hours on end, ArenaNet's buy-to-play MMORPG will suit you.
Pardus is a graphics-based browser online game that puts you in the seat of a space pilot making his way in Space. Your goal is to eventually get to the point where you are now piloting the biggest ships and being the biggest name in the known Pardus Universe.
Sudden Attack pretty much picks up where Counterstrike left off. The game has earned a wide audience in Korea, and just like any game that hits a certain level of popularity, the MMOFPS (Massively Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter) was taken to other countries to hook more fans.
There was always something stopping me from playing World of Warcraft. It could have been the addiction I saw my friends spiral into, or it could have been that I didn't want to Pay-to-Play. Whatever the reason, I've never really been attracted to WoW. That is, until now.
The game carries the usual, earn resources and rule all goal set, but Orion's Belt goes about it in a totally new and refreshing way
Your story in all this is that you are a traveler trying to make do with everything that is happening around.
One of the best parts regarding this game is that you don't need to install anything other than your browser. The game stands in a persistent world where players can interact with one another on the same platform. Pretty much feels like an MMORPG client game at some point, except for the graphics of course.