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Spellborn Preview at MMORPG.com

Posted Fri, Dec 02, 2005 by Ethec

The Spellborn beta is born, and MMORPG.com captures the moment
One of the first in the next wave of fantasy MMORPGs due out next year, Chronicles of Spellborn garners its fair share of hype. MMORPG.com boasts an excellent preview of the game:

More and more MMORPGs are coming on the market in the next year. Some will be a standard version of everything you have seen before. The Chronicles of Spellborn plans to break the mold of a typical MMORPG and take the genre into a new exciting direction. With stunning visuals the game presents a wonderful look to its respective players. With the world gone and only shards remaining after its destruction the travel aspect and looks of the realm are very unique. Spellborn also presents a change to game play by building the game on skills, not loot. With these two elements in mind the game also features plenty of options for both PvE and PvP oriented players. Spellborn also keeps a very close tab on their community and the growing appeal of MMORPGs to gamers. In a genre of grinding, looting, and endless hours of play, the Chronicles of Spellborn offers something different to the players. The game mantra, “What Lies Hidden Must be found,” gives players a chance to drive the storyline as well as their own character development.

And if you applied for beta, an invite might be hidden in your email inbox, so go find it! The Chronicles of Spellborn preview at MMORPG.com
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