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There is a good amount of variation on offer April 04, 2018 4:16 AM

By : 4Rser

On the weekend, we have stuck to the open beta for Tera with Buy Tera Gold, an upcoming action MMO role-playing game from Bluehole. Although our expertise was off and on as a result of stress test nature of this beta, we did manage to get an adequate feel for the name. Long story short, we think it's shaping up rather well on PlayStation 4.

Just like with any MMO that is making the leap from PC, Tera's experienced a great deal of tweaking in order to make it fully playable on games console. Fortunately, the tweaking appears to have been effective. Two action bars line the bottom of the screen, and you flick involving them by holding down a shoulder button. The management scheme clicked with us right away, and it is always a good sign.

There's still a great deal of screen clutter to wade through, however. There's text everywhere and in the beginning it feels like you are being buried alive by information, but it is obviously something that routine gamers will get used to. Our only real complaint as far as presentation goes would be that every one the menus seem rather simple and bland.

So just how does Tera play? The system's fairly fluid, and with a bunch of different player classes to choose from, there is a good amount of variation on offer.

Just to be clear, this is not Devil May Cry, but as much as MMOs go Tera Gold Xbox One, it's quite an impressive hack and slasher. Believe The Elder Scrolls Online, just a lot more over-the-top, and you are on the right path. The bottom line is that it's pretty fun, and we enjoyed letting loose with assorted strong attacks once we'd unlocked them through levelling up.


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