Let me start off by saying that I am not much of a fan when it comes to "Player vs. Player" in most of today's MMORPGs. PvP in most MMOs is typically reliant on gear/equipment, stat/hotkey management and sometimes dumb luck. I'm the kind of person that prefers when players have full and complete control of attacking, defending and dodging enemies, much like an action game. So here's Fantasy Earth Zero (FEZ), a free-to-play online MMORPG that claims to be filled with skill based action. But is it really skill based or just a clever ruse?
The first thing that came up when I tried Fantasy Earth Zero is the Square Enix logo that you can see in the lower part of the start screen. I thought immediately the game was made by one of my favorite game developers so I was excited with it.
Fantasy Earth Zero has been pretty much on track with the game updates and fixes for its upcoming commercial launch. We here at OnRPG got a chance to ask around and see how far the team at Gamepot USA has gone since its first OBT.
Gamepot (USA), Inc., the U.S. publishing division of Japanese gaming behemoth Gamepot, Inc., is pleased to announce the FANTASY EARTH ZEROTM Second Open Beta on March 17th, 2010. This Open Beta furthers the progression of our countdown to Day Zero, the launch of FANTASY EARTH ZERO.