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  • What's In Store When You Start ArchLord?

    This is what Whizzedout tries to answer. They have posted a detailed look at ArchLord.

    You start of with creating your avatar, which I must say is very limited and you only have a handful of races and classes to pick from. Whats worse is the fact you cant select which gender you are, I fancied playing a Ranger but was only allowed to play as a female, now im one of those persons that likes to think every female characther you come across in the game is a real female in real life, not some 40 year old fat bloke.

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    Features, Previews
    Wed, Oct 11, 2006
  • A Peek At ArchLord

    There is a new MMORPG coming out called ArchLord and Ten Ton Hammer has the information you need before the game is released! We've played the ArchLord beta and have compiled tons of information plus our impression of the game. If you ever wanted to have the ultimate power in a game to do whatever you wanted to then ArchLord might just be the game for you.

    "ArchLord is your standard Asian fantasy MMORPG that throws in a few new and exciting concepts to mix things up. You've got your standard Warrior, Mage, and Archer arch-types (Shamans, Elementalists, and Berserkers are also available for play). They each have a unique role that allows them to utilize their preferred weapon to slash, pierce, or toast their enemies. You've got some pretty generic races too which are the Humans, Orcs, and Moon Elves. You have a giant sprawling world filled with all kinds of fantasy themed cities (that are very well done) and tons of mean monsters that are hording tons of wonderful loot."

    Get clicking to see if Xerin gives ArchLord the thumbs up or down! Let us know what you think of ArchLord in the forums right here at Ten Ton Hammer!

    Features, Previews
    Tue, Sep 12, 2006
  • ArchLord Updated Impressions - The ArchLord System, Castles, and Sieges

    Gamespot has posted their updated impressions of the upcoming ArchLord. You can see what they have to say about castles and sieges as well as two stunning screenshots.

    ArchLord is an online role-playing game that will allow one player to rise through the ranks to become the ultimate power in the game.

    Get clicking to read more. Are you waiting to play this game? Do you think you will be the one to rise to the top? Tell us all about it in the forums right here at Ten Ton Hammer!

    Features, Previews
    Wed, Sep 06, 2006
  • Dime a Dozen Title or More than That?

    GameDaily takes a look at ArchLord to see if it will be different from the dime a dozen MMOs that are popular in Korea.

    In South Korea MMORPGs are a dime a dozen, and even the smallest of MMOs there have enough subscribers to challenge most games here in the US. Within the last couple of years some marketing people over here got a brilliant idea to talk to the marketing cats on the other side of the world. As a result, we've seen MMOs like Lineage IIrelease over here. Thus far they've been primarily met with lukewarm fanfare, usually due to cultural differences like gameplay style and poor localization. Codemasters has decided to take this idea and go a step further: they nabbed a new game in South Korea that isn't centered around team PvP from the get-go, and maintains individualistic goals for solo and small group players.

    Keep reading to see what they think of ArchLord. Are you planning to play this upcoming game? Let us know how you think it is shaping up in the forums right here at Ten Ton Hammer!

    Features, Previews
    Wed, Aug 02, 2006
  • Archlord: The MMO That Will Let One Player Rule The World.

    Gamespot has taken a look at the upcoming Archlord.

    We took an early look at this upcoming game, which takes place in the colorful fantasy realm of Chantra, a world held in balance by five elemental forces, and by the Renderware 3D graphics engine. The realm is home to three playable races--humans, orcs, and moon elves--which can join one of eight different subclasses that use either handheld weapons or various types of magical spells to aid them in battle. The game was previously launched in Asia last September and is being localized for European and North American release this year.

    Read the full preview and then let us know what you think of this game in the forums here at Ten Ton Hammer.

    Features, Previews
    Wed, Jul 19, 2006
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