Name: Dungeons & Dragons Online : Eberron Unlimited
Style: MMO RPG
Combat Style: Manual skill use/rudimentary auto-attack.
Learning Curve: Complex
Leveling style: Level based multi-class.
Server Pop: Moderate
Graphic Quality: 8/10
Sound Quality: 7/10
Content Quality: 7/10
Overall Rating: 8/10
Brief Description: The game is based on the popular pen and paper game of the same title. The campaign setting of Eberron was chosen to seperate it from the more popular settings seen used in Biowares Baldur's Gate series. The game allows you to play a variety of the standard fantasy races (Dwarves, Elves, Halflings, etc) as well and the 'core' D&D classes (Fighter, Cleric, Wizard, etc). The game follows version 3.5 of the D&D rules with many, what I'll call, 'house rules' to cater for a MMO computer game. The game is 'instanced' based (much like Guild Wars) although there are some outside areas (these are also instanced). The game has 20 character levels, with four sub-levels within each level. In a nutshell, if you've wanted to see what D&D looks like in a MMO setting, Turbine has done a good job bringing that wish to reallity.
Solo play posible
Good 'active' combat system.
Steep learning curve.
Payment options: Free to play/Pay for additional content. Subscription option available
Download Size: 4GB / Various patches.
"So Shines a Good Deed in a Weary World" - Willy Wonka
Last edited by Rickety; 5th January 2010 at 12:04 PM.