Summary: Big thumbs up to one of the best MMOs nobody every played. This game includes a lot of features you wish you saw more in games, such as dynamic and settable difficulty, dynamic missions, a crapton of PvE and PvP arena and zones, time traveling pve missions, custom missions designing, heavily upgradable guild bases & associated raids and artifact control, real-time permanent order based auctions... also.. well, you get it.
Summary: So far this game sucks... although i'm sure itll be worth the wait... it has taken me six hours to get it started. first the installation... it crashes every 10 mins, i had to pray to keep it going the whole way through. then i had to update the updater (:P) and that took about 4 hours in itsself. after all of that i'm relieved and click the 'play' button, and a popup appears telling me to update my drivers or the game wont play...
Summary: I'm not the most likely person to get into an MMO. I prefer puzzle solving games. CoH hooked me from the start because of three things: the storylines, the community and the graphics. So far as the first and the third go, Going Rogue knocks the ball right out of the park. Some impressive storylines are going on here that impress even me.
Summary: There's many reasons I keep coming back to this game, but ultimately it is the love of my characters and the giant stage that City of Heroes gives them to play in. The dev team does a great job at updating the content to please their player base. They listen to what the players want while keeping the game balanced and fun, and there's really plenty to do and lots of options for everyone, from casual solo gamers to those who like frantic, team-based combat.
Summary: City of Heroes has been my preferred MMO of choice for six years because of the variety it affords to every type of player. While you can save the world and smash any number of villains to the pavement, you can also explore a rich and complex mythos that is enriched by the City of Villains and Going Rogue pieces.
Summary: Expansions should be just that: an expansion of what is already there. City of Heroes: Going Rogue is exactly that. With improved graphics, new powers, an expansive alternate universe, and the introduction of branching mission arcs that affect your character's morality, NCSoft has really delivered with this long awaited release. Still the same game, it however still has some of the same problems.
Summary: The greatest and most addictive game ever. If you've ever wanted to be part of a hero comic book, if you've ever wanted to fight for truth and justice, or if you've always wanted to be part of a team that is unique and yet the same, then City of Heroes is for you. And if it isn't buy it anyway and give it a try.
Summary: I really loved City of Heroes but due to work commitments, I stopped playing for a while. When I saw this game, I decided to pick it up again. I'm so glad I did! It reminded me how much I loved this game. I haven't played any other MMORPG's nor can I think of a game that I have played and enjoyed so much. The best thing though is that the developers are constantly updating the game online. If you haven't already experienced City of Heroes, now is the time to start.
Summary: There's one reason to play Going Rogue. DUAL PISTOLS. Blowing away dozens of bad guys has never looked so cool or so fun. I have 5 DP Blasters and 3 DP Corrupters and they all play differently. It's Gun-Fu, John-Woo and Kick-Ass! CoH rocks!