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We've been playing the heck out of Age of Wushu and have brought a new voice into the ongoing preview of the forthcoming game. See what we've learned about Age of Wushu before sharing your thoughts in the comments.
First, of course, it the overall look of the game, which is drop dead gorgeous. The overall feel of the setting extends not only through the landscape, but to its population as well. So far, everything is clean, pretty and shiny. The bad guys are clearly marked and are, of course, bad, but they’re not too bad; with certain brutish, real world activities thankfully not present in the game. (When players are offline, player characters can be kidnapped and forced into manual labor for a time, but nothing more egregious, if you get my meaning.) Even the beggars are tidy.
Read more of Lisa Jonte's Age of Wushu: And the Beta Played On.