Common Sense Media says

A simple but fun fantasy RPG for young teens.

Users say

(out of 29 reviews)
age 11+
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Teen, 14 years old Written byCypruss11 December 28, 2009

good all good but...

there is a problem with language, for some younger kids, its mostly A-OK though
What other families should know
Too much swearing
Great role models
Teen, 15 years old Written bykingmonkey September 1, 2009

Best game ever.

I love this game as you level up the game gets better and better. I level 79 and I still play(although monsters get harder.) I love all the long quests The devourer quest line was like 30 quests or something. I am a guardian and the pay was completely worth it. I even have the blade of Awe which took me like half a year to get. This game is better than most of those online Rps. I have just became a warp Guardian on its sequel warp force its the same but the second one is in space. If your smart your play this game. If you don't like it you get a coursed to a lifetime of screamer videos.
What other families should know
Great role models
Adult Written byTrojianmaru July 14, 2009
I've played this game for years and the best thing about it is you will never finish it. It is constently updated with new content, new quests, new stories. In the past, before I joined, there was a big story with some fire war, quite recently there was another big story line with a war against "the devourer" (Which would take too much time to get into) the characters are easy to relate to and get attached to. It's easy to get into and not much skill needed till much later on. You can play forever as a free player but when you upgrade your account with a 1 time payment, that compared to subscription fees of games like World of Warcraft is barely noticable, the game truly opens up. As I said, you don't need much skill to play it so any age can play, but it's so much fun that it dosen't have a age limit. I'm 20 and I still play, and when I was in college, it was the faveourite game of my IT class (between the ages of 16-18). And if you get boted of AdventureQuest, it has many other games set in the same world you could fall for, like Dragonfable, a prequel to AdventureQuest, or Mechquest, a kind of prequel or sequel to adventurequest. (all 3 with different gameplay styles but still turn based) and quite recently, AQWorlds, a kind of MMORPG, or Warpforce, set at the same time as Adventurequest, just in space. This is a great game for kids of any age, and adults too.
What other families should know
Great role models
Kid, 10 years old February 6, 2009


i like this game
Kid, 9 years old January 8, 2009
Teen, 15 years old Written bygourley December 11, 2008


Kid, 5 years old April 9, 2008

Im not old enough to play it should be younger based game

Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008


This game is very boring. It is monotonous and fights take forever. From the appropriateness standpoint it is non-graphic and okay for 8+
Teen, 15 years old Written byAltair66 April 9, 2008

uhh.. game certainly was not made for people my age...its pretty repetitive in the gameplay and combat aspects...though im not a fan of turn based combat to begin with...this game i think was created more for 10 year olds and i saw nothing "iffy" about the violence...