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While each class has a speciality it will excel in, GOA (the games developer)
In fact, PvP is so integral to the gameplay in WOAoR that unlike other MMOs, where you can choose to either join a PvE (player versus environment) or PvP server, in WOAoR theres only a PvP option you have to fight other players,
Originally Posted by ArticleLevelling in WoW for example is an altogether more enjoyable experience
Originally Posted by MalzHmnn for starters reviewing any mmorpg based on the first 10 levels of play is pointless, second letting someone whos only ever played wow.. guess we all gotta start somewhere. Personally I've played quite a few mmorpg's over the past 8-9 years starting in Asherons Call and ending presently in WAR and put far to many hours into them all all with the people i first met all those years ago in AC.
Originally Posted by Spillers_909Little disappointed with this review It seems it was all written from the standpoint of a lvl 10. Things do change as you approach 40.
Originally Posted by BioSniperNot being funny but how many levels did this reviewer play through?
Calling GOA the developer. They are not. Mythic/MythicEA are the developer. GOA is the european publisher.
The name is WAR not WOAoR. WAR being Warhammer: Age of Reckoning.
Also it would appear that the reviewer is heavily WoW biased rather than this being an impartial review. I know WoW is the "benchmark" as such however I get the feeling that there may be some WoW/Warcraft/Blizzard Fanboy-ism in there.
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