A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Characters are of all shapes and sizes, with different fantasy races in addition to human characters. However, female characters are frequently presented as busty, scantily dressed characters. Since helpful in-game items can be purchased instead of earned, the game creates an uneven playing field for those without economic resources.
Violence & Scariness
Cartoon violence. Enemies sink into the ground after defeat, but game is based around violence
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some female characters have skimpy outfits, similar to other titles in the genre.
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The core game is light on harsh language, but as with any online game, the player on the opposite side of the world may be offensive.
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Products & Purchases
The game while free, also encourages real-world money be spend on items to further enhance the title. This business model is known as a "velvet rope" because it entices kids to play for free, but then ropes them into making purchases. Game cards to make these purchases are sold at major retailers including Target, Best Buy, and Toys R Us.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Fantasy references to alcohol and tobacco may be present.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online game (MMOG), in the vein of Everquest or World of Warcraft. Violence is front and center as the most dominant aspect of the gameplay. You can fight against computer-controlled creatures or other human-controlled characters. While the game is offered for free, parents should also be aware of the pressure from within the game to shop at retailers for gift cards that can be redeemed for items to use in this game. The game has chat, so that communication can be unpredictable.
Is It Any Good?
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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