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  • Kartuga

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 29, 2013 under Features, Reviews
    Kartuga is the latest from Innogames and is meant to put a nice twist on the action free MMORPG genre that we have been seeing become so popular in the recent past. Players will choose from one of three ship/class types, but will have three skill tree options under each of those ship types, making the possibilities quite extensive. A player will quickly take on quests and start blasting their ... more.
  • Legend of Edda Vengeance

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 28, 2013 under Reviews
    Occasionally a game maker chooses to take a game off the market, even when the game has a decent following and the game could potentially do well. We as gamers see these games disappear all the time and we hope they will find a new home or some how come back from the dead, but in most cases we have learned to not get our hopes up. GamesCampus made the decision not all that long ago to pull... more.
  • Anno Online

    2 CommentsPosted by on May 24, 2013 under Reviews
    The Anno games have won many awards during their long run, and now Ubisoft looks to take that success over to the free browser gaming space with the first online title in the series Anno Online. Player will start out with a small island of their own and be able to grow from humble beginnings to a massive empire of trade and culture. Managing resources and making sure that your citizens hav... more.
  • The Aurora World

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 21, 2013 under Reviews
    With so many new free games hitting the market these days, developers really need to do things to start setting themselves apart from the crowd. Now, The Aurora World has an amazing following world wide, but will that translate to a massive North American market? Well... the verdict is still out on this one. Logging into the game shows a glimpse of promise as there are plenty of players roam... more.
  • Heroes and Generals

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 16, 2013 under Reviews
    Time to strap on your boots and choose your role. Well sort of. This latest offering to the first person shooter realm is giving players a chance to jump into the battle, and help shape the war. Heroes and Generals is a First Person Shooter first and foremost, but it is also a major war campaign as well. You as the player will jump into campaigns that take place all over Europe during World War II... more.
  • Ragnarok 2

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 10, 2013 under Reviews
    Many times when we think of sequels we think, "oh boy here we go, a company or franchise just trying to cash in on a name." One could easily think that with Ragnarok 2, the free MMORPG from Gravity Interactive. If you take the time to dig a bit deeper though, you will see that this is not really the case. While the game is certainly playing off the popularity of it's predecessor, Ragnarok 2 is... more.
  • Neverwinter

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 7, 2013 under Features, Reviews
    When it was first announced that Perfect World Entertainment purchased Cryptic and that they were taking the upcoming Neverwinter title and converting it from a standalone RPG to a Free MMORPG, my eyes lite up with joy. Having played games going back as far as Pool of Radiance in the Forgotten Realms universe, and playing table top D&D for years before that, any time a new adventure in the Dun... more.
  • Godsrule

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 20, 2013 under Reviews
    Godsrule gives you the player the chance to rule from the almighty throne of a god in the free browser based strategy game. Building up your village with a wide range of buildings. Heading off to war in both PvE and PvP battles with a multitude of units and spells at your disposal. Progression is time based and convenience items are available from the shop, but anything that exists in the game can... more.
  • ArcheBlade

    30 CommentsPosted by on April 17, 2013 under Reviews
    ArcheBlade is attempting to bring third person fighting together with MOBA style gameplay. The union is meant to make for a unique experience that can be enjoyed by the masses. With several game modes that include FFA, Team Deathmatch, Point Control, and more. These multiple modes gives players a nice range of variety of gameplay options to keep the challenge level high. When it comes to charac... more.
  • Age of Wushu

    1 CommentsPosted by on April 13, 2013 under Features, Reviews
    Age of Wushu is one of those games that comes along every once in a while and looks to change the way players look at Free MMORPGs, and even just MMORPGs in general. The game has brutal open world PvP that accompanies a combat system that allows the player to make the choice from literally hundreds of skills. These skills all fall under different schools and each school has its own rules that if a... more.
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