Aion: Ascension Reviews
Aion, the latest offering to the MMO Gods has met with some success since launch, but can it do better? (PC)
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Aion is a lot cleaner at this stage of its life than Age of Conan or Warhammer were at a similiar stage. There is good stability in all aspects of and game and the interface is very approachable. The cool downs on special actions seem longish to me as I don't want to just sit and watch my character auto-combat while I wait for any of my actions or chains to be ready for me to apply in combat.
All classes run the same quests so the story is very repetative if you want to level a few toons up through the first ten levels to get a feel for them.
On the whole, a good experience though
I gave that score to the Aion online because when i saw some gameplay's i just was not fascinated by the combat style and the character movements when he fights but ill give it a thumbs up for the places and the flying system , it is seem very cool to fly around and all but i personally didn't tried the game yet but i sure will maybe i shall change my opinion after all
Aion: The Tower of Eternity is a fantasy MMORPG, chronicling an epic conflict between the Chun, the Ma and a server-controlled NPC faction, the warlike Yong. In Aion: The Tower of Eternity, players must choose a side between two warring factions: the Chun or the Ma. Once their world was whole; a perfect union joined at the centre by The Tower of Eternity. When a great catastrophe shattered The Tower of Eternity, it split the world into two halves - and awoke the Yong, a warring race exiled within the extra-dimensional Abyss. The Yong now seek revenge on both of these new worlds, sparking an epic conflict. The part you play, the side you choose and the decisions you make will help determine the ultimate fate of Aion. The actions of each faction on each individual server eventually triggers consequences, which then changes each server's live environment. No two servers should ever be the same. PvPvE (Player vs Player vs Environment): Aion: The Tower of Eternity features an evolving conflict system, which manages the complex relationships and alliances between realms, races and guilds. The system also controls a third NPC faction, the Yong, who may act as the enemy - or the ally - of players