Made by three ex-bioware guys in a shed somewhere in Texas, Factions is one of the first generation of kickstarter babies to see the light of day.
I was surprised by how fluid and smooth the interface in Empire Universe 3. Everything is displayed in an easy to reach place.
I figured that TI would be equally as great - if not better than Counter-Strike. Sadly, what I took away from my play time could be summarized as "great idea, poor execution".
PvP is the real meat of the game. It's where you earn most of your XP, where you interact with fellow players, and where the chaos lives.
Shores of Hazeron is an MMO that can be best described as a MMO4x. That is eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, and eXterminate.
When I had finally managed to get myself into a game, I can't say I really liked the graphics. The starting trailer was misleading compared to the actual gameplay.
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.