Updated Thu, Jan 21, 2010 by mattlow
Earth Eternal, created by Sparkplay Media, is an up and coming browser-based free-to-play MMOG hoping to win over gamers with its unique style and animal-themed races. How well does Earth Eternal stack up against other MMOGs? To answer that question, Ten Ton Hammer examined various aspects of the game such as graphics, gameplay, combat, and microtransactions.
The main thing a player may need to get used to in this game is the “cute factor.” This is not a gritty, hard-core setting. You play one of 22 races, all of them animal. (Yes, you’ll be a fuzzy cute animal, whether you like it or not.) The enemies in the game range from other biped animals to quirky mixes, such as the Quackatrice, a mixture of duck and cockatrice. If you like blood flying across the screen and hearing the dying echoes of the fallen, then this game is not for you.
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