Microcosms – Gaming for Freedom: Atlantica Online Review

Posted Tue, May 04, 2010 by Medawky

Here at Ten Ton Hammer our main goal is to chronicle, review and report on the MMO games that you, the readers, find the most interesting. In an effort to honor those requests our weekly free-to-play column, Microcosms, has continued to evolve and grow with this exciting and emergent genre. One of the most common requests from our readers was that we feature more game reviews. So, without further ado, we begin a continuing series of reviews that highlight not only the customary topics of graphics, gameplay and interface, but also a game's overall value. Join Jason “Medawky” Bolton as he kicks it off by taking a look at Atlantica Online in this week’s Microcosms – Gaming for Freedom.

Kicking off our series of free-to-play game reviews is Atlantica Online, a Korean import from Ndoors Interactive that has been among the highest rated games in the segment since its launch in late 2008. Featuring a robust living world that centers on powerful Nations made up of strong guilds that battle for control of the lands, this PvP-centric game is unique in many ways. From instanced combat zones to massive PvP battles Atlantica Online has content in spades. The game world is set in an alternate reality Earth where players will explore the globe looking for the fabled lost city we know as Atlantis
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