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Submitted by CaptainCamper 485d ago | news

Prime World Online Now Available

Nival recently announced the immediate launch of the highly anticipated hybrid MMO, Prime World. It has more tags than a clothing rail at your nearby retail outlet. Prime World is described as a free-to-play MMO game with RPG character progression elements, MOBA style game modes and RTS inspired city building and management - a little bit of everything. (Android, iPad, iPhone, PC, Prime World)

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Anthotis  +   485d ago
Looks pretty crap.
AnEwGuY  +   485d ago
Looks like the dev team had too many ideas and influences to be able to settle on anything, so they just threw it all in together. The end result is akin to watching a LARPing clash between D&D, Warhammer, and Final Fantasy fans...with RTS elements.
Emme  +   484d ago
They are one step away or so from a beefed up online RTS, so why not call it so ?

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