Gates of Andaron is a cool and updated online fantasy RPG developed by Zemi, Int. Then made by Gameforge. There are several neat game bullets that this game has. Although other free MMORPGs can be disappointing in certain areas, such as graphics, clunky keyboard controls, and the monthly charges that take the other joys out of your life.

Gates of Andaron may not have a completely unique type of characters, they have graceful but simple and nice breeds such as cat as feline, human and a race that is a fairy. Like other games in the same genre, each type of character has its high points and low points (of course, that varies depending on the class you choose to match your race). The available classes are Archer, Nightwalker, Warrior, Priest, Summoner, and Wizard. These are, for the most part, recognizable fantasy MMORPG classes (in free games like we enjoy the feline evocator combo).

Upon entering the world of Gates of Andaron, after making your selection of the type of class and race you wish to be, you will enter tutorial mode. The display settings for the quick access bars and such are the typical settings you will see in other online role-playing games. Unfortunately, not all boxes can be dragged and set exactly where you want them. You will see that by playing as an evoker, the messages you receive when you attack will get in the way of your pets' quick access bar. Of course it's not the end of the world, but it sure is a hassle.

Leveling up is pretty advanced and doesn't take long at the beginning of the game, and with the items you collect and the enemies you fight with, everything seems pretty balanced, including the missions. Of course, you could just fight your way through, but there are easier ways and definitely more "fun" ways to level up by playing Gates of Andaron.

Continuing with this free online MMORPG review, let's take a look at the charts. When I first played GoA, comparisons between this and others came to mind ... and if you've seen the images online, the first thing that comes to mind is definitely "WoW". Of course, this is not just my opinion, but you can read it on the Internet (the images are worth a thousand words, but in this case it is only three). Anyone who, despite looking like a "likeness", the graphics are smooth and pleasant to look at. All the backgrounds, including the buildings and so on, are impressive. Of course it's not top-notch compared to other games, but hey! Is it free right?

As we all know, MMORPGs were created to play with a community of gamers, and Gates of Andaron is no different. This is what creates your fun factor and is also what makes leveling up easier and "more fun". The higher your level, the more likely you will need teammates to help you with your missions. Some people may choose to grind the whole game, but the free game com now would have to say that then you would miss the whole point of the game ... you really would.

Unfortunately at the end of this game review, Gates of Andaron is missing an auction house in the game. Although perhaps it is because it would be more difficult to write about a free online game, this would be the only factor that would really complete this game for me. Like others of its kind, GoA has an afk store system that works well enough, you just need to be in a high-traffic area to sell. It is not seen in the PvP area, but there are duels. Perhaps the PvP action occurs in the war system that I have seen, although I have not tested it yet. Maybe it's something that compares to Warhammer online. I'll have to find out later. https://www.xenra.com

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As we all know, MMORPGs were created to play with a community of gamers, and Gates of Andaron is no different. This is what creates your fun factor and is also what makes leveling up easier and "more fun". The higher your level, the more likely you will need teammates to help you with your missions. Some people may choose to grind the whole game, but the free game com now would have to say that then you would miss the whole point of the game ... you really would.