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I have been extremely impressed by Atlantica. The Graphics are amazing, better than most MMORPG’s that I have tried. There is no shortage of eye candy, including rich and vibrant colors and very details model rendering.
In Atlantica you control more than just a single player. You build up an entire team and control them at the same time. This allows you to add and remove characters as you figure out how you want to manage your team. Atlantica provides several great character classes including Swordsman, Exorcist, Monk, Shaman, Viking, Spartan, Gunner, Archer and many more. These classes change to more advanced classes as they level up.
The turn based fighting style is very enjoyable, and it brings back memories of when the “Final Fantasy” series was at its peek. Most battles seem to have about 5 or 6 monsters so far, but I have been attacked by 20+ monsters and my puny team of 6 had to run away. Hopefully I’ll get more players soon.
You’ll want to join a Guild when you start, giving you many benefits. Such as more storage space, advanced quests, and more items. When the Guild gets big enough you can even take control of a town. With enough money and members you can even control an entire nation!
The World of Atlantica is HUGE, allowing people to play endlessly with new challenges around every corner. Atlantica uses the entire map of the world as the game map, I’ve been playing for several days now and I have only explored the area around Japan and Hong Kong.
Your characters learn much more than simple fighting. You want to have a steady supply of healing potions on hand, but when you get low you don’t have to buy the potions because you can make them yourself. Your character can learn to make almost any item in the game including weapons, armor, food, medicine, catapults, fabric and more...
This is one of the few games that I can truly recommend to all of my friends. Finally a game has come along that can compete with World of Warcraft.
I’m looking forward to seeing what new adventures and features lie in store for the future of Atlantica.