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Heatwave Interactive
MMORPG | Genre:Historical | Status:Cancelled  (est.rel 06/21/11)  | Pub:Heatwave Interactive
Distribution:Download,Retail | Retail Price:$49.99 | Pay Type:Subscription
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Gods and Heroes: Rome Rising Hype

Gods and Heroes: Rome Rising is not released yet. However, we allow our members to rank their "hype" or anticipation for this game. Below is the average of the ratings by our members so far. To add your own "hype" value to the score, click the "Cast Your Hype" button below.

8.08

Based on 1983 total votes.

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Member Comments

Cik_Asalin writes: Combat mechanics of game-play were fine with this title, but the game, content, and overall mmorpg deliverables within design are so shallow and lacking that I don't think that its' price-point/business model and subscription rate, which matches that of a AAA Mainstream mmorpg, is at all worth it. Tue Jun 21 2011 10:09AM
Raora writes: Looks ok, but I bet there are too many like myself just waiting on TOR before investing any time or money in a new game. Fri Jun 17 2011 7:12PM
valglan writes: after having played the original beta and then the re-release version, they both are one in the same, they both are just horrible, nothing new, the game is even more tedious than it needs to be, I dont know what more to say then it should just be jammed in a airlock and blown out to space, I cant imagine this lasting over 12 months Fri Jun 17 2011 10:51AM
drksn writes: Seems just more of the same... Thu Jun 09 2011 12:48PM
NameWasTaken writes: Meh... just like like more of the same. The Roman angle is different, but same $#!t, different bucket. Wed Jun 08 2011 9:04AM
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