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Funcom | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Real Life | Status:Final  (rel 07/03/12)  | Pub:Funcom
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download,Retail | Retail Price:$30.00 | Pay Type:Hybrid | Monthly Fee:n/a
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The Secret World Rating

  • Graphics
    9.1
  • Fun
    8.4
  • Sound
    9.0
  • Community
    8.3
  • Role-Playing
    8.4
  • Performance/Lag
    8.4
  • Value
    8.4
  • Service
    8.3

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Member Comments

Stormdemon writes: This mmo isn't my style. Graphics and gameplay weak and terrible. Conspiracy theory fans maybe like it because of story lines. Sat Jan 02 2016 7:39AM
Valhalid writes: The combat system is bad. The concept is interesting but doesn't really follow through well. Fri Oct 16 2015 7:49PM
HighestHand writes: Didn't find it very enjoyable. Quests are interesting, but when I need to learn morse code to get through a quest, that's just too much. I can see how some people like it though. Wed Oct 07 2015 1:12AM
tammerlane writes: GMs in Secret World have always been helpful. If you play in 3DVision, I dont know of a game that handles the 3D better. Mon Jun 15 2015 3:37PM
MW2K writes: It's fun in small doses, it's certainly creepy in places. The character customisations and skill/weapon sets are very extensive. Alas, it's too weird and different to appeal to the masses, which is why nobody plays this well-crafted and occasionally thrilling game. Don't be fooled by those people standing at the Agartha entrance - you'll spend considerable chunks of time adventuring without seeing another player. Persevere with TSW though: it's a challenging game that invites you to experiment with weapon builds and new approaches to things. Just don't expect to share your time with anyone else, especially beyond Kingsmouth. It's easy to say this is Funcom's third underwhelming flop in a row, but they actually tried hard with this one. Shame it's just too niche to appeal to the mainstream. Wed Apr 29 2015 7:45PM
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