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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 782d ago | review

Forge Review | Varms

ThunderDan writes:

'DoTA clones, or Lord Management games if you are in the know, are kind of hard to talk about in general. In general they are highly polished, high skill based, and are based around an almost insurmountable learning curve. History has not been favorable to these kinds of games, as most of the time they are more classified in what they change for the worse from the core formula. While this has led to a kind of stagnation in the emerging genre it hasn’t entirely snuffed out interesting ideas as Forge changes the action from overhead and feeling like a WarCraft mod to feeling more like a first person shooter.' (Forge, PC) -

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