Even a hardened player of MMORPGs might well be reluctant to dig into a game like Aion. For one, it's Korean. The stereotype speaks for itself; many hours of hard grinding, incomprehensible plotlines, and incredibly adept multiplayer opponents. For the dedicated, it can become a way of life. The rest of us are often left baffled, frustrated and even a little frightened. The second issue involves the graphics. This mother is built on the extremely impressive CryEngine, a graphics engine renowned equally for stunning visuals and for bringing PCs to their knees with its demands for system resources.