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Submitted by mbmanhattan 872d ago | review

Age of Wushu is probably the greatest sandbox...

Imagine my surprise, then, when I sat down to play Age of Wushu last week and found something utterly unlike most of the genre in every way that matters. It's difficult to compare the sprawling martial arts saga to other titles, but if you're looking for AoW's closest MMO relative, it would have to be EVE Online (Age of Wushu, PC) -

Yi-Long  +   872d ago
Is this the same game as Age of Wulan...
... or is it different!? Throughout the last 1-2 years I;ve seen videos of both titles, and they look so similar, so I'm not sure. It does look very interesting though, especially for someone like me who loves those asian martial arts movies.
zeal0us  +   871d ago
Same game just different names
Ddouble  +   872d ago
Game looks rough but the music is just something else.
sanbq  +   871d ago
Though I never heard Snail Games, the quality of Age of Wushu is for real.
ZhangBangjie  +   871d ago
Me have play this during the last two betas and have to say it's worth a try
Themba76  +   871d ago
so whats better this or defiance
WangYinglun  +   871d ago
I can't believe this Chinese game running TV spots on Comedy Central today.
banjadude  +   871d ago
I saw a commercial for it on the A&E channel here in Canada. It's actually been a long time since I've seen a gaming related commercial on TV, in what feels like forever. To see an MMO advertised is even more "strange".
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nvwf  +   871d ago
My Asian friend told me Age of Wushu is now the most popular MMO among Chinese younth.
ATi_Elite  +   871d ago
can you tell me about the combat.

Is it Real time action or hot button mashing with cool down timers etc..

thanks
emtf  +   871d ago
what a huge client, the game gotta be good downloading now
SatanSki  +   871d ago
I loved the mood of the game. The music, cities that looks alive. Too bad pve and exploration is really non existent. Well you can pve but its probably the worst pve ive ever seen. You can also explore but there is nothing to be found. Combat on the other hand is pretty fun although i would get rid of all AOE techniques which i found to be highly immersion breaking. The game has some interesting mechanincs like prison sentences, jail breaks, minigames, player economy and sandboxy feel. If they improved on aspects i didnt like, it could be a great game but for now i see it as okish tittle. Maybe ill give Age Of Wulin, the European version, another try. At least it seems AOWulin will have better translation which in case of AOWushu was, well, auto translator crappy to say the least.

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