Looks a bit like a very beautiful WoW clone (kind of in the Rift school of thought). I would definitely be game to try it out, but the main problem I have with these games is the initial cost of purchase coupled with a monthly fee to play. When I buy a game I don’t feel like paying a fee to continue enjoying my purchase. That said, WoW is extremely well done so anything that can capture that kind of magic with a more adult setting definitely has my attention. Diablo 3 is right around the corner and that looks like it will more than consume enough of my time when it drops.
September 7, 2011
Tera: Online Dungeon run.
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