Title: A Live Chronicle of Aura Kingd
Description: Aeria Games is just about the few free-to-play MMORPG publishers that consistently pushes out solid title after solid title. If you’re unaware of the studio, then just be aware that they’ve create gems for example Elsword, A.V.A., Grad Fantasia and Battlefield Heroes, to name a few. Needless to say, their background speaks volumes inside F2P community, and therefore, whenever they announced Aura Kingdom was their latest project, fans were quite happy about what they must offer together with the forthcoming anime-esque massively multiplayer roleplaying game. Aura Kingdom is really a game that's said to entice both genre vets and newbies alike. With a colorful aesthetic, heavenly inspired by Japanese manga and animation, the action is bright, fluid and abundant in visual fidelity. Yet, an MMO really needs to be more than just a pricey window dressing; it needs to keep players logging into sites day after day. Therefore, gameplay is what’s of the very importance with this particular category of games. To that end, Aura Kingdom is told have us covered: its combat is traditional yet balanced, is included with eight classes upon launch and enables dual-spec’ing, enabling players to essentially learn two classes and employ both groups of skills to forge his or her path from the game’s world. As any heavyweight contender for F2P championship, we only at Hardcore Gamer planned to let our readers in about what to expect from the title if this goes into open beta. As of just yesterday, the overall game is in, what Aeria is calling, “Founder’s Beta,” which may only be bought into. While we have your own thoughts about essentially buying directly into play an activity that isn’t fully tested, it nevertheless is starting to become a trend in the community. So, right now the overall game is only ready to accept those ready to drop a minimum of $50; however, the Founder’s Beta is thought to only keep going for a short period and are followed up by way of a closed beta. From there, it is going to go into open beta at which time anyone will probably be eligible to download and play. But we be aware that people are busy — especially these times a year. And as a result, we don’t would love you to waste your time and efforts on a game title that isn’t worthwhile. So, we will likely be liveblogging out time with Aura Kingdom, to make you the full scoop on which you can expect if you’re thinking of getting down on the latest free-to