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Anfags spielt sich Allods Online "nur" wie ein schönes Fantasy-Rollenspiel, das sich optisch nicht vor WoW und Co. schämen muss. Richtig los geht's dann mit den Raumschiffen, die allerdings sehr viel Bauzeit und -material verschlingen. Wer viel Zeit und Geduld mitbringt, wird dafür mit packenden Gefechten belohnt!
While this game has got very nice graphics and choices for characters, there are still many things that it is lacking that seem to be expected in games that are this new. The fact that there is no auto-routing in a F2P game (which is my preferred style of MMO-gaming) I found easy to cope with, but the difficulty in finding NPCs was frustrating at times. Players that like solo play will probably like this game, although some quests are difficult to complete without a party. It’s also nice for having a choice between two rather different factions. People who like heavy PvP might find this game lacking since it does take awhile to get into PvP zones, however there are arenas to practice against players of their own faction in the early stages of the game. Allods Online definitely is a game that worth trying, although it probably won’t hook most hardcore gamers for long periods of time.