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Pretty good.. I'd suggest it

WazMeisterWazMeister ManchesterPosts: 149Member

Not too sure what to say about G&H...........


It's a old engine, it gives a very old school MMO feel while playing, the graphics are okish but better than what people have been going on, the gameplay is little rigid and feels outdated.


Now, the above to me is all thumbs up........

Not sure how to explain, it gives me a satisifction of fun.. something I've not had in a mmo for years.  Graphics are always a last thing on my list when it comes to MMO's. its about gameplay and this has fun gameplay if your a old skool player like me.


I enjoy buying my next armor upgrade from vendors, getting my skills leveled and having a minion with me.  I've jjust entered my first dungeon and fought a big statue thing and the animations were awesome fun picking up my minon and lobbing her across the room.

It does need more work to the game, but what is on offer really pleases me... which is odd... as no MMO really pleases me lately. my last being Rift the graphics just detour from the gameplay for me and it was same old same old.


THis gives me a dodgy feeling of excitement, when is the next big monster boss around the corner and what will it be? I love the fantasy setting of roman times and so foryjh like Jason and the arganaunts..


If your bored of most MMO's, have a few quid to spare, enjoy a developement team with dedication and you like the old outn dated style MMOs/... then sign up!




I for one, am  a happy customer



  • BeachcomberBeachcomber GlasgowPosts: 535Member

    So, let me understand, you like "old school" but not "same old, same old"



  • WazMeisterWazMeister ManchesterPosts: 149Member

    I see your point.


    I mean old, old as in the same usaly crap that comes out time after time.


    This is diffrent, and fun!

  • waynejr2waynejr2 West Toluca Lake, CAPosts: 7,280Member Epic

    I don't think your thread is helping the game.  Maybe you should edit your OP and fix it.  

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  • Mississauga, ONPosts: 912Member Uncommon

    His post is actually tempting me to try it however I will wait for a free trial down the road before taking any plunge especially as it's not a finished product yet from what I've been hearing (no pvp, auction house, etc.)

  • ClywdClywd HeidenheimPosts: 258Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by Beachcomber

    So, let me understand, you like "old school" but not "same old, same old"

    Old school = games before the game that shall not be named

    Same old = games like the game that shall not be named

    Currently playing: EQ1
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  • TheLizardbonesTheLizardbones Arkham, VAPosts: 10,910Member Common

    I would recommend people try the game as well. I would not personally purchase the game or have a sub at the price they are asking, but I can recognize that there is value to the game itself. Unlike a lot of games out right now that I've tried, there's nothing wrong with it, you just have to like the setting (ancient Rome) and some of the mechanics (minions and villas).

    I can not remember winning or losing a single debate on the internet.

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