MMORPG

TERA Review

When En Masse Entertainment's TERA was released for the PC in 2012, it entered an MMORPG market beset by World of Warcraft clones and contenders. Although incredibly grind-heavy and plagued by an uninspired story and quests, TERA distinguished itself through its action-based combat and - for its time - lush visuals. Six years later, TERA has made its way to current gen consoles. 

TERA Review

Albion Online Review

You could kindly call Albion Online "old-school" or "hardcore," which might appeal to gamers with a nostalgia for the days of corpse runs, griefing, and ganking. Less graciously, you could say it is repetitive, cynical,  uninspired, and opaque. In truth, MMORPGs that survive their infancy often grow into very different games than they were at launch.

Albion Online Review

Star Wars The Old Republic: Galactic Starfighter

Galactic Starfighter is a worthwhile addition to SWTOR because space combat is well realized and serves as a great alternative to ground based PvP.

Star Wars The Old Republic: Galactic Starfighter

World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade

There is no doubt in my mind that World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade is exactly what the fans of the franchise to the next level. This is not a new World of Warcraft experience, however Burning Crusade has enough new content that could easily keep fans of the game occupied for many months to come.

World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade

EverQuest Online Adventures

Now the million dollar question is, Is Everquest Online Adventures worth the $9.99 a month? Well I believe the answer is quite simple actually, if you enjoy MMORPG games, and you don’t mind getting wrapped up in one game for more then just a month or so, then this is definitely a good title for you. Because in Everquest you are going to need to have the commitment to play a lot and level up your character and if you do that, then you will be rewarded with some cool abilities, and a high level character.

EverQuest Online Adventures