- Good thing: This ended up being a very full-featured MMO with so much to do that I can’t wrap my head around it. I always respected how it kept trying new ideas.
- Bad thing: The weird plasticky visuals aged so, so badly. It’s a hard game to look at, in my opinion.
- Good thing: The humor wasn’t sophisticated, but it did often make me chuckle, especially at the multiple digs concerning MMO tropes.
- Bad thing: At the end of the day, it really was a stripped-down Diablo clone that didn’t have a lot of meat to it. Even WITH rainbow gear.
- Good thing: The world felt very dynamic and alive, as enemy troops kept dropping in and I went through the land as if I was a soldier on the front line.
- Bad thing: The lackluster and rather pointless logos/character customization system. It didn’t seem like much and I never got into my character because of it.
- Good thing: The family subscription deals were and are a great idea. My wife and I did enjoy playing this together for a while because of it.
- Bad thing: The long, long combat animations that were unskippable — and the constantly twirling camera. I actually got seasick from this game.