MMORPG.com's Luke Brooks takes another look at Mythic Entertainment's RvR MMO, Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning a year after its original review.
With so many MMOs currently available, it’s easy for us, as gamers, to shun a title due to a few minor flaws. Being spoiled for choice has made us scathing critics, so it is a rare occasion in a gamers’ career where you find yourself truly immersed in an online world.
The first time I experienced this ‘feel-good’ sensation was in October of 2001. Mythic Entertainment released Dark Age of Camelot, which boasted an amazing world enthralling thousands of gamers. With a 25 year old thriving Warhammer franchise fan base, it was expected that developer Mythic Entertainment, which had a demonstrated ability to develop an excellent MMO, would deliver an experience with Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning to shake the very foundation of the MMO genre.
MMORPG’s Michael Bitton first reviewed Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning in April of 2009, several months after the initial release. Today we take a look at the past year, and determine whether it’s still worth joining the WAR .
Read Re-Reviewing WAR.