Summary: One hell of an MMO, despite the horrible cash shop based pay to win style. You find your way around that and the no so horrible looking graphics, then you have yourself really well balanced MMO with a unique PvP system, no stupid factions, makes open world PvP fun.
Summary: State of the game, today: If your client is in English, you're invisible. Perfect World Entertainment is just licensing the use of the game, translated from Chinese by people that don't speak English. Tons of errors and language that wasn't proof read.
Summary: The game is very addictive, but doesn't really give a lot of help. In addition, while there is quite a bit that can be done for free, you really need to spend money to get the good stuff. Not many opportunities to earn rare things. Still, it is a lot of fun, if you pick the right character class.
Summary: This game is very addictive, I've played it since I found it free2play on steam. Every day I have something to do, it's not boring at all. There is a lot of stuff you can do, and it's not easy to get to the highest level.
Summary: Wonderful game has a good pet system which all games need. It is like a free way to play WoW. This is a exxelent mmorpg. I play this daily now it is so fun. Though the bound and real gold kinda is annoying
Summary: My first impressions of this game are that it is similar to WoW, so that is what I will compare it to. My only experience of WoW was the up to lvl 20 trial version which I played a few months back, and I must say that I enjoyed that very much.
Summary: In a word: Boring. There's nothing exciting here, and it's all too slow. It takes too long to kill monsters, too long to level, too long to get to "good" skills and quests. The animations are pretty bad, too.
Summary: Nothing we haven't seen before, just yet another korean grinder, with boring gameplay and pretty graphics. Its the same old pattern over and over again, its identical to any other game of this genre. If you are looking for something new and fresh, you are not going to find it here.
Summary: It's clear that PW has put a lot of effort into their new flagship MMO and I was very excited to play it but after no more than a couple days, I've uninstalled the game and am ready to forget about it. The first issue I have with the game is PW's greed.
Summary: Forsaken World is yet another MMORPG which similar game-play. You level up, go instances/events for more XP for more levels, do easy quest with auto-NPC finder for more XP thus levels and when you reach the level cap.......you afk, there isn't much for you do to be honest.