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Monday, February 21, 2011

Loong

Loong is a free-to-play game hosted by gamigo. This is a high-budget martial-arts style game from China. This game has a lot of features which make it quite fun to play, especially if you're into oriental games.

The graphics in this game are excellent for a free-to-play game. You'll notice the budget was high when developing this game as soon as you start playing. The animations and combat are both fluid, something seemingly rare among most games these days. The quests are pretty easy and straight forward, but this is made bearable due to the fact that there is an automatic navigation system. You can click on the names of quest givers or quest targets and your character will automatically move to the destination you require. This is a feature in many newer MMORPGs and I think it is a godsend. You also have a list of available quests for your level, so you never miss anything.

Other than this, the game is very similar to the other oriental MMORPGs. It isn't a bad game, it's just another clone again. If you haven't already played too many of these types of games and are looking to get into one, this would probably the best choice at the moment. If you've had your fill and have played a hundred of these games already, this one will be no different.

Graphics - 7/10
Gameplay - 6/10

Overall - 6.5/10

37 comments:

  1. Nice write up. Never heard of this one, but I'm always down to try a free mmo.

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  2. why all mmo-RPG game looks like WOW :/ but nice post ;P

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  3. Looks decent I'd probably play it if I weren't looking to take a break from MMOs for awhile

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  4. Loong game is loong! But yeah, it looks too cookie cutter for me. Good old-fashioned WoW Interface...

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  5. It looks nice and bright, i may aswell try it when i get a chance

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  6. Seems like a pretty normal WoW clone, but hey, don't fix what ain't broke.

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  7. Not really much differential in this game... Kind looks bog standard! Thanks for updating though!

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  8. yeah it looks pretty bog standard thanks for reviewing it none the less

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  9. i was thinking about getting this but it just looks like a wow rip off now. thanks for the advice! :)

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  10. Oh this game looks similar to SilkRoad online, thanks for the review.

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  11. "You can click on the names of quest givers or quest targets and your character will automatically move to the destination you require."

    I on the other hand think this is a lame feature. Worse than quick-travel in Oblivion/Skyrim.

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  12. never been an MMO kind of guy, but this looks interesting so i am glad i found this blog.

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  13. did you say FREEEE? I'll have to check it out.

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  14. Nothing but great reviews on this blog! Great to hop on every day and see something new!

    Following and supporting!

    Garage Zoku

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  15. Nice review. And it's free. I'll try it for sure :D

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  16. "Free game" is always the best incentive to play these games.

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  17. "You can click on the names of quest givers or quest targets and your character will automatically move to the destination you require." This is a nice feature, I've been thinking why they don't implement it.

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  18. Is this only available in China right now? I'd be interested in checking it out if it was international

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  19. Looks pretty Sweet. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. For me personally, I think that MMORPG is not worth your time. But don't mind me guys since I barely play them.

    Nice blog bro.

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  21. no thanks, don't like the jap mmorpg's

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  22. Like the idea of a navigation tool to help with quests. Not having that in place is just annoying.

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  23. Great write up. Wouldn't mind getting into an oriental mmo, definitely gonna check it out, but is it available in english?

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  24. I liked your screenshots. Will give it a try on weekend

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  25. Lookin it up, really want a new F2P game

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  26. I just now discovered this blog, and as coincidence would have it, I am in genuine need of advice and reviews. For example, I've never heard of this one at all! And I know that Star Wars: the Old Republic is going to be the game changer of the year. So I will be following you from here on out, and I hope you don't mind the occasional dumb question LOL!

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