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Inde MMO Ho-down

The latest and greatest skinny on all MMO's independently developed.

Author: gavek

MMOs you never knew existed part.1

Posted by gavek Wednesday October 29 2008 at 12:53PM
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    Today I start my blog off right with the first in a four part series of MMOs you never knew existed.

    The first game in the series Terra: Battle for the Outlands can best be described as Battle Zone the MMO. It combines real time twich combat with base building, but The real meat of the game comes with clan politics and warfare.  The official description says it all:


In Terra, there are no layer classes, no marked territories, and no instances, zones, or levels. New players can do everything veterans can. Only skill and battle tactics separate the good players from the bad. Overcome, adapt and conquer! Fly planes and helicopters, drive tanks and fast moving light battle vehicles. Play with a defensive nature or an aggressive one. Build and name your own castles and forts and even design their defenses and defend them in fierce battles that can last from just minutes to an intense several hours.


    I have been having a blast in this game so far. Destroying enemy bases and capping forts with my clan has been one of the most satisfying things I have experienced in an mmo. Also the fact that stats are kept for almost every ingame action makes the political meta game almost as much fun. Unfortunatly with Terra like most good things it comes with some glaring flaws. My top complaint would be the severely outdated graphics and repiticious environments followed closely by the archaic control scheme. Server population is also very low but the nature of the game overlays this by providing you with almost constant action.

Overall, flaws aside, Terra never ceases to provide a good time. Plus its free.

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