TERA Online's Massive Monsters Make a 2012 Play Date

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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.

I played TERA Online at GamesCom 2010, and it will be playable again at GamesCom 2011, but not playable enough to see the light of day in North America. Instead the developers are taking a little extra time to give the game the spit and polish expectant fans deserve.

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"Adding time to our schedule will help us ensure we exceed people's expectations for TERA," said Chris Lee, publishing VP of En Masse Entertainment. "The game's action combat and depth has generated a lot of interest, and we are committed to making sure every aspect of the game lives up to our standard of quality."

In the meantime, here's some screenshots to tide us over. Pace yourselves!


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Troublehalf
Troublehalf

Let me explain why this game will be terrible:

1. It's full of Eroge in the Korean and Japanese release.

2. That eroge has been removed from western release

3. The pricing plan, when converting from Yen to American dollars = $35 a month. That's $35 a month.... but we are not done yet...

4. There is in-game item purchace, ontop of the $35 a month subscription fee.

5. None of it's soloable after the first 10 levels.

6. It's a grind fest

7. It has nothing new besides the combat system.

Many Japanese players have written off the game due to this pricing plan. They predict it to fail before it is even released because of this. However many will play just to see the very young looking girls pantsu.