Wings of Destiny is a browser based title that seems to have a lot going for it. We've been putting it through its paces in preparation for today's review. See what we discovered and then let us know about your experiences in the comments.
As said above, the aesthetics of the game are actually not too bad. There were some armors and creatures that I got a distinct Disciples II feel from, and the maps themselves are very nice to look at. However, there are certain bits that strike me as very generic. The armors and weapons present in the character creation are good examples of this. The music had some ups and downs, but for the most part it was well orchestrated (and could have been where all the money went during development). Some of the lacking points are the quality of the recording and the repetitiveness of it all.
Read more of Tyler Rowe's Wings of Destiny: Falling Into the Pit of 'Meh'.