Parents' Guide to

Corum Online

By Jeff Paramchuk, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Decent free MMOG, but creates need to spend money.

Game Windows 2007
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Even though the controls are somewhat simple, the game's graphics and design get in the way. The graphics are too poor to properly render which obstacles to avoid. And trees or other large items frequently get in the way, blocking not on your path – but also the view of the game. Initially the title works well as a single player game, but as you gain higher levels and tackle high level dungeons, it becomes essential to join hunting parties and take on the enemies with a group. Finding a party or guild to join was a little difficult.

While the price of the game is definitely hard to beat, the title itself suffers from hasty production. Spelling mistakes and poorly formatted text onscreen made for some confusing moments when trying to decipher where to go next or what to do.

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