Why are Orcs better than dwarves? They do it 'til they're green in the face
Games Radar has posted their thoughts on the upcoming Warhammer Online...
Mythic Entertainment's Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning looks great, feels unique, and best of all... is almost done. The visuals are varied and lovely as expected (scorched villages, bloodshot eyeballs peering sidelong from tree-trunks, elves smoking opium, all the greats). There are no weak player classes (i.e., these healers also fight) and its tiered quest system is intriguing: players gain experience on progressively more elite quests just by being in the right area, whether grouped up with others or not. But even a few minutes of hands-on twiddling quickly reveals WO:AOR's greatest asset: its gleeful embrace of never-ending conflict.
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