Who wants to see if Tera's promise of action-driven massively multiplayer online role-playing combat rings true this weekend? I've got the beta keys, but you're going to have to work for them. Might want to stretch first.
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.
During Gamescom 2011 in Germany, the Frogster folks gave press a peek at what a standard dungeon run looks like in the action-packed MMO Tera. Now see for yourself!
The Gamescom trailer for Tera Online sees the seven races (well, five of them) of Tera banding together to face off against impossible odds in order to keep a pair of titans from waking up and ending the dream that is reality. No pressure.
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.
I don't know much about TERA: The Exiled Realm of Arborea, but after watching this gorgeous trailer for the upcoming action MMO I'd definitely like to get to know it better.