First Order is fun too, but avoid Middle Neutral.
As the third game to be review in his free-to-play series of articles, Cody "Micajah" Bye takes a look at the fantasy-based MMOG, Last Chaos. With its easy-to-attain pet system and arcade-style combat, Last Chaos looked like an early candidate for one of the better free-to-play MMOGs thus far. But did it hold up in the end? Read Micajah's review and find out!
One of the more interesting characteristic of Last Chaos, and one that honestly would be fun to include in any MMOG, was the appropriately named personal dungeon. At certain levels, your character will be allowed to go on a solo-only dungeon raid filled with all sorts of creepy, crawly critters. One personal dungeon quest happens immediately when you enter the game, throwing you into combat with striking speed, while the other quests aren't available until you achieve the fifth level of experience or higher. Be warned, even at fifth level the personal dungeon will be incredibly difficult, and I'd recommend being at least level ten before fully exploring its depths.
Read the full review here at Ten Ton Hammer.