The basic troops aren’t terrible, but the premium troops also start at higher level, and potentially higher grade (stars), which gives them more powerful abilities. They’re also 3x as expensive. I also sort of resent them calling them “Premium” and “Super Premium”. It’s like going into a place where the smallest fry order is called a large, and the largest order of fries is a ginormous. You’re not fooling anyone!!! … [Read more...] about Undead Nation: Last Shelter Review
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That said, there’s also a few wrinkles in SE’s pricing approach that annoy me. A copy of the game allows you to create characters on EU, US and Asian servers, but you’re locked to buying gametime from the same region you buy the base game in. And, while Final Fantasy XIV is available on PC, PS4 and Mac, you need a copy of the base game plus expansions for each platform you want to play on. Both of these feel like unnecessary complications that work against the average gamer. … [Read more...] about Final Fantasy XIV: The Latecomer Review
Introduction At its onset, ArcheAge feels much like any other themepark MMO. Choose one of the game’s six races, split between two factions, select one of ten skillsets, such as Battlerage or Occultism, and then get leveling. The first thing that you’ll likely realize is just how good ArcheAge looks, even for a game going on four-years-old. The CryEngine is put to work here, and the result is quite fantastic, assuming you possess a computer powerful enough to run it. … [Read more...] about ArcheAge 2018 Review: Is ArcheAge Worth Playing?
Fallout 76 is a landscape of wonderfully, shall we say, unique bugs. My character occasionally gives off a grunt like they’re being hit when nobody is around, like they’ve stubbed their toe but without taking any damage. I was forced to quit the game on several occasions because the depth of field bugged out causing the game to look nauseatingly blurry when walking around. I’ve hit points where my character will holster and then refuse to pull out whatever weapon I have equipped, where weapons/grenades get randomly unequipped, and where my character will simply not attack. Then of course there’s the building pop-in, where entire buildings will just not render and take minutes to show up. This would be unacceptable in an alpha release, but Fallout 76 wants sixty bucks for this amateur showing. … [Read more...] about [Review] Fallout 76 Is A Roaring Dumpster Fire
There’s also the problem of players being afraid to change realms because they don’t want to end up on a very low population server once the initial rush on classic is over. So the mindset of dealing with queues now to not have the pain of not being able to find people to play with might be worthwhile. Plus no one knows to what level everything will stabilize out. It is possible the overall Classic population might be enough to sustain only a few servers, and it’ll be a few months before anyone has any real idea about that. Unfortunately, it is all a bit of a guessing game for both players and devs because neither knows how everything will shake out. On the upside, considering Blizzard had more servers ready to go so quickly during launch, it’s probably a safe bet they are already planning for the eventuality the playerbase of Classic drops off or sustains. … [Read more...] about World of Warcraft Classic Review