Dark and Light Reviews

  • Tells All has posted a review of Dark and Light. This review includes some really nice screenshots. Keep reading to learn more.

    Take the world of an MMORPG, multiply it by a hundred and add complete freedom of movement and a fluid day/night cycle with changing seasons and weather. This is Dark and Light. The world of Dark and Light is so huge that you can actually get lost in it. You can spend hours just exploring and enjoying the wonderful views of bright deserts, snowy mountain peeks and dark caverns. Unfortunately, this big beautiful world is pretty much empty.

    The environment may never stop impressing, but the character models certainly do. They do not make good use of the current technology and their animations are at times silly. In fights your character sometimes swings his sword in circles above his head before hitting the enemy. The characters do a disservice to the environments they populate.

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    Wed, Oct 04, 2006
  • First Reviews Come In

    Today, GameZone posted one of the first significant reviews of Dark and Light.

    Players, after choosing race, begin at the citizen level, killing mobs to acquire the experience to level. Upon leveling, there are seven areas in which a player may distribute points, and there are also four initial paths that players can put points into. A player is considered a citizen until reaching level 10, at which point they get to choose their general class. The base skills fall into four categories – fighter, healer, hunter and spellcaster.

    Head over and see if this reviewer gave this game the thumbs up or down...

    Fri, Jun 16, 2006
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