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MMORPG | Setting:Sci-Fi | Status:Cancelled  (est.rel 04/11/06)  | Pub:NCSoft
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Posted by Dana Massey on Jun 19, 2006  | Comments Review -

Andrew Cranston has been playing Auto Assault since launch and today files our Review. He scores the game 6.9 out of a possible 10 points. Read on to find out why.

The game has virtually no user base yet. You may come across a user once every half hour of game play or so, depending on what part of the map you’re on, and the further you advance the less likely you are to see players based on the fact that the user base is so small, there hasn’t been enough users play the game to higher levels as of yet. That being said, the players you do meet are mostly available for trade or for chat (there is a global chat function where you can send messages to all users).

Because of this problem there is a fatal flaw in the game regarding classes. The game was designed to have “convoys” of users attempting missions, and therefore each character class would have something different to add to the convoy. I’ve been playing the game mostly with the Human – Bounty Hunter class, and have come to several situations where I’m just not strong enough to survive certain altercations with particular enemies. The game is set up with a very strong single-player focus, and if you wanted to play the game as a single player with no interaction with other users, it could be achieved. My advice to you: play the Commando (fighter) class. The game is centered around the idea that you’re out there, killing everything in sight, so you might as well have killing as your primary skill.

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