With August 22nd's Argon Queen update for Tera I'll finally be able to focus my adorable rage on other players without having to deal with that silly party fight system thing they were using. Hooray for battlegrounds!
The Argon Queen update for En Masse Entertainment's action-packed massively multiplayer online role-playing game Tera drops next month in North America, bringing with it player-versus-player battlegrounds, a 10-man raid, new skills and a nagging reminder that I should probably log into the game sometime this month.
Now that my review of En Masse Entertainment's slightly game-changing MMO Tera is in the can, you might find yourself wanting to give the game a try. And like magic, Tera is now offering a seven day free trial. What can you do in seven days?
The latest big-name Korean import to hit the North American massively-multiplayer online role-playing scene, Tera does little to differentiate itself from countless other fantasy MMO titles we've been slowly growing bored with over the past decade.
It's the final week of my coverage of En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer fantasy role-playing game Tera. Normally at this point I would be sick to death of playing and eager to reclaim my free time. Instead, I find myself more invested in the game than ever before.
The plan was to spend a series of four consecutive weeks playing En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer online fantasy role-playing game Tera, reporting back every Wednesday leading up to the final review. Then all hell broke loose.
Having spent a couple of weeks in the exiled world of Arborea in the delicate boots of a pretty pink Sorcerer, for my second MMO log I decided to take the long, strange trip to mid-level madness in something a little more sturdy.
Since En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer fantasy role-playing game Tera officially launched last week I've taken nearly a hundred screenshots.
Late Sunday night I joined a party of level 37 and higher Tera players to take on Cultists' Refuge, one of the challenging dungeons in En Masse Entertainment's newly launched massively-multiplayer online role-playing game. That's where I met Bhaozurbas, my new best friend.
When I last left En Masse Entertainment's upcoming MMO Tera I wasn't exactly gushing with praise. The action-packed combat was there, as promised, but the rest of the game felt like the same old questing grind.
Then open beta came around this past weekend, and I was so enthralled I nearly lost my children. What…
En Masse Entertainment is gearing up for the North American launch of its action-oriented MMORPG Tera, and the email that accompanied my beta invite told me to share the open beta key so I could play with friends. My closest friend is a cat.
After a brief pause to terrorize a poor actor in his kitchen set, Tera spokes-maniac Bas Rutten takes the message of action MMO combat on the road.
After a couple years of teasing screenshots and videos, En Masse Entertainment is finally ready to unleash its massively multiplayer online action role-playing game Tera on a lovely day in May.
While players can still climb to the top of the pack through battle in upcoming fantasy MMO Tera the game's political system makes for a much more impressive rise to power.
You know that action MMO TERA Online I can't stop talking about? You're going to have to deal with it for at least another seven months, as En Masse Entertainment opens up a Spring 2012 release window.
Remember back in our big role-playing games of E3 2011 article, when I called out Bluehole Studios' TERA Online for its fast-paced combat and larger-than-life enemies? Here's a video that explains what I was talking about.
When you're the North American publisher of a Korean MMO like TERA Online, the biggest hurdle you have to face is convincing the western audience that your game isn't just another pretty grindfest. Here's En Masse Entertainment's attempt.