How Do You Like Your MMORPG?

Another review of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach (DDO) has
surfaced. GamingGroove 2.0 lends their thoughts on DDO:

As stated before, it was only a
matter of
time before Dungeons and Dragons followed suit. At the beginning of
2006 came the arrival of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach.
Developed by Turbine, this game would offer players a virtual world
governed by the official 3rd Edition rules (actually 3.5) while keeping
in tune with most other MMOG services. We waited patiently for the
game's release, assuming it would topple the likes of EverQuest II and
the overwhelmingly popular World of Warcraft. However, Turbine's
offering gathered mixed reviews, so we waited to see how the game would
pan out after a few months. Remember how Anarchy Online floundered in
its beginning, driving off players with numerous bugs and intolerable
latency? We wanted to make sure that didn't happen with DDO.

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016