Almost 6 years after its debut, the F2P action combat fantasy MMO Tera, developed by Bluehole Studio and published by En Masse, has now arrived on our consoles, specifically PS4 and XBox One. Two weeks ago we started off in En Masse’s “7 day Head Start” program and on April 3rd the game opened up to F2Pers all around the world. We’ve had a few weeks for the “dust to settle” so the question is how have things changed since our first pre-review, if at all.
Being a frequent player of the Windows version my initial knee jerk response when a console variant hits is “does it offer anything differently for a PC user” and “how does it play on console in general”. In this multi-part review, I’ll try to dig deeper into those questions while hopefully drawing in new Tera players who might have originally shunned it due to being strictly a PC release.
We are ready to launch a brand new column today with the arrival of The Tourist that will feature jaunts through MMOs of note. In today's installment, we take a look at TERA. See what The Tourist discovered and then leave your thoughts in the comments.
TERA has been out on the market for about six months now and has been making steady progress with new content and features being added. In The List today, we take a look at five things that TERA did very well. See what you think before adding your items to The List in the comments.
In today's TERA column, MMORPG.com's Som Pourfarzaneh takes a look at the game's political system. It's been a system that has generated a lot of discussion and Som takes it on full bore. Som wonders whether the TERA political system is setting a new precedent or creating more political controversy? Read Som's thoughts and then add yours in the comments below.
In his TERA Weekly column, MMORPG.com Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller takes a look at the Berserker and Priest classes recently fleshed out on the official site. Garrett also offers a few thoughts on the upcoming convention season starting with next month's GDC. Check it out and then let us know what you think.
This past week, En Masse sent out a detailed fan letter about the Westernization of TERA and information about the Archer class. In his latest TERA column, MMORPG.com Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller takes a closer look at those two pieces of information and expands on them a bit. Check out what Garrett has to say and then add your opinions about the news this week in the comments below.
In his latest TERA column, MMORPG.com Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller gives a forward look to the upcoming convention season and the ways that TERA could possibly top its demo experiences from 2010. Check it out and then let us know how you think TERA devs could top last year.
In his latest column devoted to BlueHole's TERA, MMORPG.com Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller takes a look at three announcements coming from the team: Humans as an included race; the Mystic and Sorcerer classes; and information about questing. Read on and then leave us your thoughts in the comments below.
In his latest TERA column, MMORPG.com Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller takes a look at the art style in the game. Garrett talks about the blend between East and West and the creation of unique and interesting monsters. Check out Garrett's column and then weigh in with your thoughts by commenting below.
In his latest column regarding all things TERA, MMORPG.com Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller takes a look at the Castanics and Slayers. Garrett points out how the look of the Castanics may seem to favor dark or light, good or bad. See if you agree with Garrett's assessment of the look of the Castanics and the abilities of the Slayers. Feel free to add your thoughts to the thread on our forums.