This is no rollercoaster game carried by an unrealistic storyline catered towards kids with short attention spans. ARMA 3 bleeds realism.
Upon logging in for the first time, it was very apparent - and I stress very apparent - that LivePlex took the mature MMO label and ran with it.
Kings Road is not a big game. This means there are not many features. By far not a bad thing, as it helps keep the casual experience just that.
Beyond the cartoony exterior of this title lies real political questions from the modern era that will attempt to force the player to react to their personal beliefs.
Actually playing the game only takes a few minutes each day. A majority of the fun, and the time consumed, comes from the interaction with other players and planning your advancement.
The graphics in Scarlet Blade are something I've probably put the most thought into prior to this write-up. It's honestly a bit of a love-hate relationship.
Scarlet Blade offers a slightly above average number of customization choices ranging from face to lip color, though most customization is limited to above the neckline.
This game isn't rated mature by the ESRB as some gimmicky marketing campaign by Aeria Games to get attention. Nudity, alcohol use, and innuendo filled humor incoming!
While on the surface this title looks like your typical Asian fantasy MMORPG, it holds a long list of features that distinguishes it from its peers.
Marvel War of Heroes is a trading card game in its core. Each character "card" you have has its own set of attack and defense power, levels, points cost and rarity.
When I made my character I was faced with a difficult choice: which of the 12 races would I be? Although they say it isn't permanent, the options each have great strengths that are hard to give up.