Reviews and Problems with Tera: The Exiled Realm of Arborea
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Fun game you can play for free...
Aaron Gerber, Amazon
6 April 2014
Summary: ... but if you would like some extra perks this is a good buy. Just be sure you're super happy with the game before spending the money. I grew tired of it fast. Probably a lack of friends in the game.
Summary: This is an above average MMO and it's free now. You don't have to buy the game or pay a subscription fee. Buying the game will get you some kind of Founder status and some miscellaneous freebies for whatever that's worth but you don't have to. Download the game for free and if you like it enough to keep playing it buy some stuff from the cash shop.
Summary: Nice, fun game. Don't bother spending money at the pay shop. Buy this first and put in the cd code just like posted, normal then backwards. Once done you get everything unlocked and 2 mounts that sell for very good money, its a lot for a new player. Once you sell one or both then you can have fun in the market and buy some pretty cool items right away, instead of waiting many levels to get enough gold to buy anything.
Summary: This is a great MMO. I have played MMOs for a long time now, starting with World of Warcraft, and TERA has been a breath of fresh air. It is visually stunning and have great combat mechanics, and it's easy on your hardware. I gave it 4 stars because it does have some glitches that should have been fixed by now - they are minor but they are there. Also Guilds are not given much attention in this game.
Great Free-to-Play game that can be soloed to lv60 or done with a few friends even easier.
Greg Schaap, Amazon
3 November 2013
Summary: It has a great storyline if you follow the quests in each area as you level up. They frequently run events and give away in-game items. Everyone claims the game really begins at lv60, but I had so much fun getting my first character to 60 that I made a couple of other alts to do it again.
Summary: it arrived in perfect conditions. i just felt i little bit sad about the treatment i had with the brazilian carrier. my product was lost and on the site i couldn't see where it was. it was stoped at the same place for 2 weeks.
Summary: The focus of this game is very much the combat, it's active and starts out slow for you to learn the ropes, becoming more challenging as you reach higher level areas. The battles become quick-paced, and require strategy as well as reflexes. The game world is beautiful and detailed in most places, though there are a few barren lands as well.
Summary: I'm giving it 3.5 stars. I bought Tera after hearing all the hype (not to mention, the cool outfits and equipment had me drooling). The game offers a lot. At the same time, can't say it offers much that is different from those offered by other MMORGs. I ended up encountering a lot of technical errors before being able to actually play the game, which ruined the experience for me a little. Not to mention, the strain on my bank account for the monthly fees and EMP.
Summary: Let me just start off by saying, I've played a lot of WoW. I remember doing 40 mans back in Vanilla, and I played consistently through Burning Crusade, WotLK, and Cata. I took a break for Diablo III, which was alright, and decided to go back to WoW. My roommates started playing this game called TERA, and I was intrigued by it. I decided to try it myself, and I have been hooked pretty much since.