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Behold my glory and despair!

Author: Amerist

A first impressions review of Last Chaos on GameOgre

Posted by Amerist Friday July 1 2011 at 10:28PM
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Next review on GameOgre is Last Chaos, a game that I didn’t take very well to. In all fairness, it was released in 2006, and it’s beginning to show its age—termites are in the rafters, the paint is peeling, and when we pull back the corners of the carpets there’s a lot of bugs.
Why does my mage (a girl) have high heels and what looks like stocking pantyhoes? The animations and sounds are a little bit off, when I move there’s the clickity-clatter of the heels on the stone floor, but the leg motion animation is much longer in stride than she moves. It produces a rather disconcerting disconnect between ground and motion (almost like she’s sliding while walking.)
Behold why we should move onto more modern games (plus Aeria Games, the publisher, already has better stuff out anyway.) ξ
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A first impressions review of WonderKing Online on GameOgre

Posted by Amerist Thursday June 30 2011 at 12:43AM
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I have this blog, might as well use it time to time.

There's a review of WonderKing Online up on GameOgre right now, lovely and interesting as it is:

WonderKing Online is a free-to-play 2D side-scrolling platformer MMO developed by the South Korean company Ryu & Soft and published in the United States by Ignited Games (EU by Bigpoint). At first glance, it’s very similar to Maple Story. I found myself in magical, glittering forests full of cute (but oddly hostile) critters and adorable characters to play alongside.

Go forth, read, tell me about the experience. ξ

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