City Of Heroes: Going Rogue Reviewed
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Mac|Life has posted a new review of NCsoft and Paragon Studios' City of Heroes: Going Rogue, the latest expansion for the super hero themed MMO. Going Rogue features a new alignment system which allows heroes and villains the chance to switch sides, two new primary fictional characters, and the new threat of the parallel universe known as Praetoria.
Going Rogue sets itself apart from City of Heroes in that youíll venture through Paragon Cityís alternate reality of Praetoria and take on a larger series of missions that allow you to shift allegiances between heroes and villains. Once youíve entered Praetoria, you can choose to aid either the Loyalists siding with the Praetorian government or the members of the local Resistance movement. The expansion builds on classic City of Heroes gameplay by adding new power sets and abilities for your characters.Visit the page below to read the full article.
Mac|Life: Going Rogue Review
Like the original game, Going Rogue offers good graphics and sound--although neither is bleeding edge--and itís easy enough to get into. Missions are easy to pick up and locate on the map, inventory management is relatively simple, and itís fun to customize your characterís powers as you gain levels. Of course any MMO thrives on team play, and Going Rogue also makes it simple enough to join a group, defeat the baddies and move on.
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