Reviews and Problems with World of Battles: Morningstar
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World of Battles: Morningstar offers rewarding real-time strategy depth and tactics at a good price, at least initially.
13 June 2012
Summary: Developer Frogwares does good things with an old formula in World of Battles: Morningstar. This free-to-play fantasy real-time strategy game doesn't break any new ground when it comes to elf-on-orc action, but it touches all the bases in providing smart rock-paper-scissors combat.
Pros: Smooth RTS mechanics, Effective tutorials teach combat basics, Rich tactical options in battle and when configuring armies
Cons: Hard to succeed past a certain point without spending money
Summary: World of Battles: Morningstar is free to play, but you may wind up paying out of pocket for your victories anyway.
Pros: Familiar RTS mechanics and quick battle system make it easy to enjoy some multiplayer fantasy battles. Extensive options for customizing armies and units. Dynamic metagame featuring warfare between clans looks promising
Cons: Prices for Gems effectively make the game “pay to win.” Wonky matchmaking formula can lead to some mismatches early on. Game stability a question at the current time