Reviews and Problems with Fallen Earth: Welcome to Apocalypse
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27 October 2013
Summary: Starter areas were interesting and varied. The game bogs down however in a couple of places--quests get boring when you get to the top of a "zone" and quests can't be attempted or completed until you're a couple levels ABOVE requirements. when you top out at lvl 50 there's really nothing to do except craft, craft, craft and mine, mine, mine. While I don't mind either in smallish doses, I Starter areas were interesting and varied.
Summary: This was a major disappointment for me, I guess its because of played major MMO's previously and I've had great fun with the story line and so on. This game has no story line at the start, its just go there, kill that, do this... its not even obvious where to go or what to kill. The graphics are its biggest downfall, as the game was made by the company as APB Reloaded I had high This was a major disappointment for me, I guess its because of played major MMO's previously...
Summary: Initially you will feel this game has a lot of potential, a lot of adventures to be had and a lot of content to be explored. The game world is truly massive, from the amount of quests you can do to the amount of items that can be crafted. Unfortunately, this is kind of an illusion to what the game is actually like. First off, the player base is one on par with Runescape.
Summary: This game is so far beyond what i expected its rediculous The crafting enables people to create about everything in the game and if you play the free to play you can still win and have everything anyone else does it just takes longer. The story is wonderful the graphics are solid if you can crank them out it looks really good.
Summary: This game didn't do it for me. The developers seem to have put a lot of effort into the equipment, crafting, and skill system, which is complex and vaguely interesting. But the game is really let down by substandard graphics and a poor combat system. I lost interest before I really got to explore the game much and didn't try the PvP side. But hey it's free to play (not sure what you get This game didn't do it for me.
Summary: I haven't liked most of Steam's F2P games, but I was pleasently surprised with this one, I enjoyed it much more than I thought I would. I love how the game wants you to make your own stuff instead of looting or buying items. You need to scavenge for scrap materials and use other scrap to put together weapons, like a painball gun that fires metal balls. It's a really cool idea.
Summary: The game is now new again, the setting is fantastic and the graphics are now at least enjoyable. The crafting ideas are fantastic but a bit nagging; your bags now fill even more horrifically full with random beast parts and foods well before you know what to do with it all. Easily the worst aspect of the game is combat; there seems to be no real 'moves' system, the AI is stupid and can see The game is now new again, the setting is fantastic and the graphics are now at...
Summary: I've been playing Fallen Earth for the last 3 months. This is my second trip to post-apocalyptic Arizona. I played the game near release because the idea of a 'Mad Max'-esque MMO appealed to me, plus the "No Elves!" ad campaign was hitting me right in the sweet-spot after years of WoW and WoW-clones. The game is set in 2156 in the Grand Canyon region of the former United States. The I've been playing Fallen Earth for the last 3 months.
Summary: Its an ok games. It drops you in the start into a very complicated system of crafting anf fighting to live. While it is nice to see this kind of MMO it deep but at the same time its deepness is its downfall for me. You HAVE to depend on other players for armor/weapons/ammo. If you buy off the AH or from another player its still too dependent on crafting from players. It feels like star Its an ok games.