Summary: Parents need to know that combat is an integral part of this massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) -- players kill alien monsters with advanced weaponry and powers. The plot lines venture into ethical gray areas, sometimes with no clear right or wrong.
The kitchen-sink approach to gameplay elements doesn't make me want to wash my hands of this game
Cheat Code Central
1 February 2008
Conclusion: There are some minor glitches such as collision detection issues, points failing to be awarded or distributed properly, and some slowdown. But compared to a lot of online games, that's not much to complain about. Overall the game is solid, fun, and action-packed.
Excerpt: was released - over a decade, in fact - and now the Lord British himself, Richard Garriott, has finished up his second MMORPG. Of course, it wasn't just him working on it, as his team at Destination Games and publisher NCSoft put massive efforts into this new sci-fi game,
Summary: Aliens aren't new to the massively multiplayer online gaming arena, but they're certainly not as prevalent as elves and gnomes. Tabula Rasa helps balance things out even further, with its universe of secret extraterrestrial artifacts, chainguns, and hulking space creatures.
Pros: Open-ended profession system lets you choose your class as you play, Shooter-like combat keeps you engaged, Exciting random attacks on control points and in explorable areas
Cons: Visually unappealing, Lots of gameplay annoyances and an assortment of bugs, Convoluted crafting and lack of an auction house make the player economy stagnant
Excerpt: Bacon ice cream; the pure concept enough to make a lot of people queasy at the mere thought of it, instantly deciding that it is a bad idea, while others will openly try it and genuinely enjoy it.
Summary: A heroic task awaits you. Just beyond your galaxy, an ancient malevolence has embarked upon a covetous rampage. This demonic juggernaut seeks nothing less than the total enslavement of every world it encounters. Your world could be next.