Lineage 2: Revolution, the mobile MMO that almost plays itself, has picked up a substantial number of players since its worldwide release last month. More than enough to participate in the regular 30-vs-30 Open Siege battles starting today as part of the game’s first big update.
A couple of weeks back I wrote about Lineage 2: Revolution, a mobile MMORPG that can be played mostly on autopilot. Two weeks later, I’m still playing. After a decade and a half of playing highly involved PC MMOs, it’s nice to have a game I only need to play an hour a day.
In order to give reviewers an idea of what they can do with crystals in the new Marvel Comics action RPG Future Fight, developer Netmarble provided special builds packed with more than $9,000 worth of in-game currency. Just a tad bit overboard.
I should not be finding out a game starring The Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman a week before release. I need more time to prep myself for Justice League: Earth's Final Defense, due out by the end of this month for iOS.