The 4th Coming (or T4C) is a 2d/3d online rpg. Most servers are P2P (or Pay to Play) but I have found one that is not p2p at all. The server is called Xavus, (http://t4c.xavus.com) and I have had nothing but fun while playing there.
First, I cant really review this much, as its in closed beta. But from what ive read I will review this. This is a MMORPG, will cost per month. You should get the first month free.
I have played this game for quite sometime and I still have not got tired of this game. One problem is that, it's in Korean only, so you might have some trouble understanding the game.
On of the most hardcore BBS Ever created. This game is a stand alone web browser game wich enable an unlimited number of players. Guild and rings are allowed. It's really hard to start at this moment of the year, so wait until it restarts.
Graphics: Not the best, but its ok 4/10
Gameplay: No lag, kinda boring to play so in the beggining, most of what you do is chop wood and plant trees for lumber which then you sell.
Players: The forums seem normal, cant really say much about this.
Sound: No music, but you can hear chopping sounds or planting a tree and other sounds. 6/10
Well, first let me say this, its another player words RPG, so I know some people wont like it. If your one of those people *waves* theres the door.
Dragon Quest is an RPG game made entirely from Flash. So as you can imagine...comparing this game to most other games is like comparing a coloring book to War and Peace, it just isn't possible.
Ya know, as much as I want to give Dark Eden a perfect score, I just can't in good conscience. The gameplay here is extrememly addictive and easy to get into, but darnit, Eden has its problems.
Puzzle Pirates is a neat little game. The concept is very original and quite refreshing. Basically you live the life of an everyday pirate trying to make the big bucks.
Monster and Me has a console-like feel to it. Battles are random, and turn based. Combat is actually quite fun, only downside being the battles may drive you a wee-bit crazy sometimes. Gameplay does get repetitive, but after taking a break for awhile, you'll certainly wanna dive
Do you ever remember waking up as a child on Christmas Day? Anxious to see if you got what you ::really:: wanted for Christmas, only to find something else in its place?