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7.9 out of 10

Age of Wushu

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Reviews and Problems with Age of Wushu

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Overall 4
4.0

Great game but Snail is not the company to run ...

Nam Duc Nguyen, Amazon
12 October 2014
  • Summary: Great game but Snail is not the company to run it. So many veteran players left the game due to the company lack of support for players. Too many servers with only few hundred players.
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Overall 6
6.0

Not worth it

Jason, Amazon
15 March 2014
  • Summary: The price for the set is a little too high however the skills are strong and saves alot of time hunting down the books. Problem is that you still have to hunt down the books to increase the level of the set past level 3
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User Review

cooper76, Metacritic
28 December 2013
  • Summary: Wushu is easily the most original, well thought out mmorpg the genre has seen in years, easily. Not since the likes of EVE have I seen such depth of systems. At launch there was enough content to last 8 months of 16 hour per day play. There has been 3-4 large updates since launch. Wushu saved 2013 for me.
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Overall 10
10

flaming blade set is very over powering

eric harvey, Amazon
31 October 2013
  • Summary: the flaming blade set is very op (over powering) once you level it to lvl6. even at lvl3 you see a major difference in you fighting abilities, being able to control a crowd of enemies. this is one of the best sets to have in the game.
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Overall 8
8.0

Good Set

Kelly Arikawa, Amazon
16 October 2013
  • Summary: Its a bit pricey but none the less worth it. For those of you understand this, its a double charge set with a couple of stuns and knockdown/knock-up skills. Good for Group PvP and duel in situational circumstances.
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Overall 2
2.0

Didn't realize it was useless for my character. Too expensive for just a flashy looking set.

Daniel Hall, Amazon
5 October 2013
  • Summary: Didn't know this set was coming to the cash shop. Totally wasn't worth paying so much. A character like RG can make a lot of good use of this set.
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User Review

prop31, Metacritic
10 September 2013
  • Summary: If you spent a day playing this game and then wrote a bad review on it, you're doing it wrong. I actually quit the first time I played because I got confused and lost track of what I was supposed to be doing. When I tried again, wow was it fun. It takes maybe a good week to really understand the game, unless you're like me and need to take a break and come back another time.
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User Review

MrDrProfessor4, Metacritic
26 April 2013
  • Summary: I've been playing Age of Wushu since April 10th, and over the sixteen days that have followed I've found myself playing less and less of it. So far the game has only felt like a chore and all I've been doing is running from npc to npc to complete by-the-book Asian RPG quests. If there is any reason to go out and explore the open-world, the game makes it excruciatingly difficult to find I've been playing Age of Wushu since April 10th, and over the sixteen days that have...
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User Review

gameboysp13, Metacritic
24 April 2013
  • Summary: The game has an interesting concept but this game was done lazily. The sometimes clunky camera control, The easily abused and sometimes unreliable auto path finding system, Numerous glitches, and terrible design choices such as paper flowers and leaves, gif fires, and png water splash effects with HDR lighting slapped on it makes this game not a worthy download even though the game is free.
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User Review

Uberwolfe, Metacritic
17 April 2013
  • Summary: Somewhere underneath the muck that is the presentation of this game lies something worthwhile. Unfortunately the game is quite literally lost in translation. Catastrophically restricting policies on the free version coupled with incessant spamming, uninspired instanced environments and some seriously questionable design flaws ultimately make for a frustrating and unrewarding experience.
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