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MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 02/28/06)  | Pub:Daybreak Games
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Posted by Jon Wood on Oct 29, 2009  | Comments

Review -'s Jamie Skelton reviews Dungeons and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited, Turbine's Free to Play MMO based on the popular pen and paper franchise.

When I mentioned that I was playing Dungeons and Dragons Online, several of my friends expressed disdain. Sure, it may be free now, but they'd played it in the original beta and it sucked - and they just couldn't be convinced that it could have gotten any better. Meanwhile, it was hard for me to wrap my mind around the massive number of changes the game had gone through. Over time, it has changed from a game that I had once found nearly unplayable, to one I could barely tear myself away from. There's a lot of controversy about a game that suddenly went free to play, and has been sucking in players since. But since subscription rates are up 40% since the subscription model change, Dungeons and Dragons Online is definitely getting something right.

Read the DDO: Eberron Unlimited Review.

Avg. User Rating: 7.8
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