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Submitted by aprea 606d ago | review

Rift: Storm Legion Review - Dusty Cartridge

Alex from DC writes: I spent a great deal of my Guild Wars 2 review marvelling at the design decisions NCSoft made in developing and getting their product out to market. A lot of revolutionary changes were brought to the fore: some extremely well executed; others (such as shirking the holy class-role trinity), not so much. Essentially, the genre underwent a major alteration of focus from measured PvE encounters to fast-paced action-packed large group scenarios. In addition, a new emphasis on exploration and teamwork made the game that much more approachable, interesting and easier to pick up and play. (PC, Rift: Storm Legion) 8/10

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