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Submitted by combocaster 723d ago | review

Rift: Storm Legion Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

Rift was not properly small, Storm Legion makes it huge. Set in the fantasy world of Telara, their vast continent is more than just a world filled with quests and mobs. But about that give a look to the analysis of the original game here . Storm Legion increases the size of Rift dramatically. More than one expansion is Rift as a second given the amount of content. No doubt that Rift is currently the few games that justifies the monthly price and quality rivaling WoW. Two new continents were added, each the size of the first and highest level rose from 50 to 60 and fortunately, new lands and Brevane Dusken are full of content. There are two new quests, dungeons, raids, a PvP warfront and many sidequests to uncover. (PC, Rift: Storm Legion) 8.1/10

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