Book of Heroes



    Book of Heroes's review

    Published: 2013-06-07, by Peter Warrior.

    A fantasy MMO

    • Character customization
    • Amount of quests and long storyline
    • Online game mode
    • It may feel too linear
    • Battles should be more "active" and "animated"

    "Fate's written in a book we're unable to read."

    When first installed, requires an additional 27 Mb download.

    Book of Heroes is somehow a RPG, or at least its essence is because you start as an apprentice cook beating Ratmen with a frying pan before climbing up the ladder of legends and world-saviors. First off, you have to create your character and choose your class (warrior, rogue or mage) after the first mission. Then you have to gear up yourself and it's cool to see how your character portrait changes accordingly.

    However, the overall feeling is that quests and storyline is absolutely linear, and as battles are based merely on stats and there's little strategy, this game is but a long sequence of forced taps in where your hero will eventually need to grind or pay a visit to the cashier. Fortunately you can jump online and meet others like you. In the meanwhile, the energy system may prevent you do too many quests in a row unless you buy a potion, of course.

    Anyway, as an adventure/RPG game is more dynamic than many others, and UI isn't a nightmare as we're so badly used to. Recommended both for RPG lovers and newcomers to the genre.

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    Jun 07, 2013

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