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Submitted by Cat 2488d ago | review

City of Heroes/Villains: Midnight Hour Review (DarkZero)

Following the recent update, Dark Zero reviews the game(s): Overall the future seems pretty bright for City of Heroes, the development team has promised that the next two updates to the game will be huge in comparison, which if correct means that Issue #13 may be a must play for everyone. And more impressively the team has also promised the ability to make your own missions, which you can then post for other people to play; if you gain suitable notoriety for a good story arc you will gain an in game reward. As a long time fan of this game, it is incredibly rewarding to me to know that the game is finally stepping out into the lime light, and will be delivering something unique and hopefully gaining the praise it deserves for such a brave step. (City of Heroes, City of Villains, PC) 8/10

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