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Lockpick Entertainment | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 03/10/11)  | Pub:Paradox Interactive
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download | Retail Price:Free | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:Free
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Dreamlords: Resurrection Rating

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fwhite writes: This game is unique and quite fun for a while because the gaming experience isn't what you would expect. It doesn't take a genius to play the RTS portion, but the empire management is quite complicated. For those who enjoy extended empire-building such as Axis&Allies, this game provides that. Its multiplayer element is very limited, and really this doesn't belong in the MMORPG category - although the community is much warmer and more helpful than an any MMO I have played in the past 3 years. Mon Sep 22 2008 12:32PM
tetammoth writes: Omg not another of these Korean click and run games..... Sat Aug 09 2008 1:46AM
brihtwulf writes: There is no roleplay, and the graphics and gameplay lack innovation and polish. Why bother with this when there are plenty of RTS games that have multiplayer available, many of which even have ranking systems? Sun Jul 06 2008 12:30AM
RageMonster writes: This is a long term strategy/building game that takes a certain person to appreciate. It is not like a traditional MMO in that you will not party up with friends and go dungeon crawling. You basically have 2 games in one that interact with each other as well as PVP. You run missions in arena style maps where you have to kill all the mobs on the map and key points like soul gates. You have different units you can build and deploy to the field all with different strengths and weakness. The other part of the game is the web based city builder where you raise buildings and upgrade them. You research new technology and this is how you learn to build better units and craft better items and gather resources. The game is very basic in design and graphics and oddly addictive once you get to playing it for a bit. They do offer the option to buy in game currency for real money if you care to but if you don't want to you can still play the game quite well unlike other games. I can't imagine this being someones main game but it does offer some fun when you need a break. Overall I give it a 6 for a new concept and fairly good execution. Also considering it is free for basic play that is not to gimped down and we are talking about a development team of around 15 people I hope they run with this and continue to develop it in the future. Lots of potential here if they go the right way with it. Tue Jul 01 2008 12:45AM
rock_harry writes: some thing very different and i like what i see they just naad to add Tribute to there subscription and get ride of buy tribute now Sat Jun 21 2008 9:42AM
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Avg. User Rating: 7.1
(89 Votes)