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  • Warframe

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 10, 2013 under Features, Reviews
    Normally when we add shooters to the list of reviews here at MMODen, we know we are getting into a fight against our fellow gamers around the globe. When I started doing my research and then playing Warframe, I quickly found out that this game is quite different. From the fact that players can earn currency to buy just about anything in the games shop, to the four player co-op, something quickly f... more.
  • Moonlight Online

    1 CommentsPosted by on April 5, 2013 under Reviews
    Moonlight Online is a free fantasy MMORPG that gives the players a chance to choose a role of either a Vampire, Werewolf, or a human in battle with in a world torn apart by war! See more in my full gameplay review video below... ... more.
  • Tactical Intervention

    2 CommentsPosted by on April 3, 2013 under Reviews
    When it comes to shooting games it is hard to deny that even players who are not huge fans of the genre have heard of Counter Strike. So when one of the co-creators of the massively popular title breaks out and creates an all new title of his own, gamers everywhere perk up and pay attention. Tactical Intervention is the Free Shooter that comes in the exact mold that I describe above. The g... more.
  • Scarlet Blade

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 1, 2013 under Features, Reviews
    Scarlet Blade shot onto the Free MMORPG scene with a bang not that long ago, and really caught the eye, and attention of gamers with what I lightly refer to a Mature content. If a player were to look at the in your face sexual nature of that game and limit their view point, they would be making a major mistake. Scarlet Blade comes with a very deep story line and what can only be described as gorge... more.
  • Wartune

    1 CommentsPosted by on March 23, 2013 under Reviews
    Wartune is a game that may just be giving players who enjoy RPG and strategy just what they are looking for. While the game lives and breathes in a 2D world, one can help but be pulled in. Players will roam the countryside completing quests just as if they are playing a Free MMORPG, but then at the same time, you will need to gather resources, manage your army, and build up your defenses to protec... more.
  • Smashmuck Champions

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 20, 2013 under Reviews
    Smashmuck Champions brings a quarky and comedic look to a genre that can, at times be a bit too serious. But in this free MOBA, that isn't the only thing that players will find different about this game. The mode range is broad and gives players the chance to play in matches that can be as short as just a few minutes. The selection of champions to choose from is a bit limited at this time, but the... more.
  • Salem

    25 CommentsPosted by on March 15, 2013 under Reviews
    Salem from Paradox Interactive is one of those games that will have you asking WTF right out the gate. If you dare to dig a bit deeper though, the game has some real legs, and if you are a real fan of the sandbox genre of free to play MMORPGs you may just find yourself addicted. Check out my full gameplay review of the game, it may just save you a few of those WTFs... MATE! ... more.
  • Frontline Tactics

    25 CommentsPosted by on March 12, 2013 under Reviews
    Frontline Tactics brings the turn based tactical combat game into the 21st century. Players will assemble a team of military units that will take on missions across the globe. Each mission allowing your team to earn valuable credits to unlock weapons, armor, additional missions, and additional units. Each unit specializes in one of several military weapon type. Ranging from Snipers to Close Combat... more.
  • Starlight Story

    23 CommentsPosted by on March 9, 2013 under Reviews
    Starlight Story is a free browser based MMORPG game that certainly has some charm. The colorful graphics can lure a player in visually, but as gamers I think we may be getting a bit of "simplicity fatigue." What I mean by that is when a game allows you to go through the first few hours of game play by simply clicking on a link in your quest tracker, they have moved from being helpful to being a bi... more.
  • Shadowland Online

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 6, 2013 under Reviews
    Real time strategy games on the browser seem to be a dime a dozen these days. So gamers are looking for things that set games apart from the massive amounts of competition in the free broswer based RTS realm. Shadowland Online aims to give players a little something more, but do they truly achieve what they are trying to accomplish? The answer is maybe. While we see many of the typical gameplay me... more.
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