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Aion: The Tower of Eternity Review

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  • Aion: The Tower of Eternity Review

    We were fortunate enough to get a chance to review one of the most anticipated MMORPG's in recent memory. Aion: The Tower of Eternity, the latest from NCSoft, incorporates the best bits and pieces from current MMO's on the market while adding in a heavy dose of originality.
    Aion, developed by Korean development company NCSoft, will undoubtedly draw a number of comparisons to existing MMO's out on the market. The first obvious comparison made are to the juggernaut that is World of Warcraft. Let us face it, any MMO that released between now and the end of time will draw comparisons to WoW.

    Aion can also draw comparisons with Final Fantasy XI, NCSoft's own Guild Wars, and even a touch of Age of Conan (the 3% of that game that was decent). With Aion incorporating some of the best bits from each of these games, it never really manages to surpass any of them at their own game. That is not to say Aion is not a good game, far from it, it just has a few issues that hold it back from greatness.

    Aion will instantly appeal to casual MMO players looking to enjoy a full PVE experience. Fantastic visuals will pull in the PVE crowd and solid gameplay will keep them coming back for more. PvP is largely absent from the game until level 25 where the game really pushes forth its hook of combat while taking to the skies.

    Aion appears to have it all, but let us take a closer look at what really makes this game shine.

    For more on our in-depth review of Aion: The Tower of Eternity, look no further than our featured reviews section here at Total Gaming Network. We have the nitty gritty on the gameplay, stunning visuals, and much more. You do not want to miss it!