Jordan Lemos, GIZORAMA - "If there is one game genre that has given me some of my most memorable moments, it would be MMORPGs. At this point in my gaming career, I’m not sure I even want to know the exact amount of time I’ve spent playing games like World of Warcraft or how many energy drinks I’ve downed while grinding for that one…last…thing. My love for the genre goes very deep, but it it is for that same reason that they can also cause the most frustration. Most console games I pick off the shelf normally don’t have to worry about major issues popping up on day one. True, there is the occasional day one patch nowadays, but the game is essentially complete and out there for the masses to play. Things are a little different with MMORPGs. Archeage, a game developed by XL Games and published by Trion Worlds, is the newest free-to-play MMORPG, released on September 16th. Archeage has been out for quite some time in Korea, but has finally come to Europe and North America. There is a lot of good within the game, but there is also some bad that needs to be brought up as well."