WAR: Preview

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. More is a click away.

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.

More is a click away.

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