Massively multiplayer online games have never been known for their
aesthetic beauty. Most MMOGs would rather strive to compete on a wide
variety of computing devices rather than just the top end products.
That said, when a development studio opts to really focus on the
artwork within a game - even an MMOG - the results can be breathtaking.
This was what the Ten Ton Hammer staff felt when we
initially saw Aion
in action, and many of us still think it to this day. To help you
really understand just what we mean, Ten Ton Hammer has posted a new
video of Aion's territories up for you to observe. Once you finish up
there, head on over to the video that showcases the classes