Recommended MMOs in September 2010
Date: 09-15-2010 Views:
KeyWords: free to play,Vindictus,MMORPG,september,PAX,FFXIV,Legend of Edda
- Summary: We are creating a new special feature for Recommendations, which will allow you to be able to check out the latest editors’ pick up from MMOsite as well as articles recommended from previous MMOsiters and information on many MMO games. We invited some writer to write comments and recommendations, but we are also expecting your to join in as well. We look forward to hearing from you!
We are creating a new special feature for Recommendations, which will allow you to be able to check out the latest editors’ pick up from MMOsite as well as articles recommended from previous MMOsiters and information on many MMO games. We invited some writer to write comments and recommendations, but we are also expecting your to join in as well. We look forward to hearing from you!
PAX 2010 has finally come to an end. What impresses you most? More than showing Demos, the developer of Guild wars 2 was displaying the NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround and Havoc Physics. It not only made the game a standout graphic effect, but also impressed people GW2’s great potential in one promotion.
Torchlight 2 was also unveiled at PAX. The most exciting new feature of Torchlight 2 is the multiplayer element. Play with your friends, and use the free peer-to-peer matchmaking service to meet new players of a similar level and interest. Together players will discover expansive randomized outdoor areas and deep ominous caverns; random instanced and persistent dungeons, a huge variety of all new monsters and villains, endless variations of loot to find, and quests to complete. Players journey through the perilous Overworld, enjoying all new weather features, time of day events, and a rich and cunning story to drive gameplay. It is still not Torchlight Online, so we have to wait a while yet.
Red 5 Studios, the developer founded by former World of Warcraft team lead Mark Kern, finally unveiled its long-in-the-making online shooter, Firefall at PAX. The free-to-play futuristic action game also has a futuristic release date. They are tring to change the way people's think about MMOFPS games. Will they succeed? I feel that it will happen in the near future!
Here is the new survey of MMO playing intentions. Will you choose a new game to try? Show us below, thank you!
Parkour, a kind of extreme sport, has a unique fascination on a great many people, in which participants run along a route and attempt to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way possible, often seen practiced in urban areas. If you are a parkour enthusiast, now it is possible for you to participate in the sport of free running at home. Developed by Korean developer WiseOn and launched on GamerKraft, the global free game platform of Game Bridger Entertainment, FreeJack makes your parkour dream come true. Now a new style MMO named FreeJack bring you a chance for more fun.
In fact, FreeJack is more than a racing game. Due to the theme of parkour itself, the game requires you not only to surpass your rivals and come out on top but also to face, challenge and overcome various obstacles with your path.
FreeJack was starting on Friday, September 10th, 2010, at 13:00 EDT as part of week-long Multiplayer Demo. All players (even those that participated in the closed beta) would need to install this new version of FreeJack (and uninstall any previous versions).
FreeJack is a free-to-play racing game based on the most popular sport of parkour for the day. The art of street stunts in the game is perfectly combined with the racing sport, forming a brand new gameplay experience of both recreation and racing among large amounts of MMOs.
FreeJack System Requirement
Game Modes - Runsolo in FreeJack's story mode to unlock secret hidden characters, or go up against other players in intense versus modes like speed and item.
Gameplay - Overcome obstacles by chaining together special tricks and skills into combos, build up your SP meter to get a serious burst of speed. Players can upgrade their character with ability cards to give them and edge on the competition if they want more perks.
Customize - Players can customize your character with hip clothes and gear from the item shop. Players can even decorate their own room to serve as a lobby in between races! Start a clue with other runners and customize you club emblem.
Socialize - In the JackSquare community area you can mingle with other runners, trade abilities and even play mini-games. The built in messenger phone makes contacting friends and rivals extremely easy.