Prime World, developed by Nival Interactive, is one of the latest entries into the growing MOBA genre. But it's more than just a MOBA at the same time. In our latest review, we take a look at Prime World to see how it stacks up to the competition. Read on and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.
And then we have Prime World, developed by Nival. It’s not an MMO, nor is it a MOBA. It’s a combination of no less of than four different genres. You have persistent hero development, the likes of which you’d find in any standard RPG; single player, story-driven battles; frantic PvP MOBA action, and a building sim. Yes, when you’re not busy slaughtering your foes, you’ll be occupied by building your city and castle, and gathering resources to ensure you can continue your quest for the greatest architecture in all the land. You can team up with friends, and take part in some fun faction warfare, fighting for either The Dakht Imperium or the Keepers of Ardonia. You can also go up against your faction, should the mood strike you so. As with most games of this kind, there is a backstory to the whole thing, but it definitely takes a backseat to the immediate action.
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