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Runes of Magic

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03/19/2009
EU
??/??/2009

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Staff Reviews

Runes of Magic review

Reviewed April 22, 2009

Scott Constantine says: "From first glance, the game defines itself as a generic fantasy MMORPG. It doesn't even try to disguise itself as anything truly unique, making clear that its basically everything you'd expect from the get-go. All the usual features are here, from the typical character classes (warrior, mage etc.), to an extensive creation myth that has no relevance to the quests or characters in-game. "
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