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The free-to-play massively multiplayer online extension of one of the world’s oldest role-playing game franchises is now live in North America, luring players to its servers with the sweet embrace of permadeath. How long will you survive Wizardry Online?
Last week I openly wondered how Wizardry Online, a massively multiplayer online game, could possibly capture the spirit of the original grid-based first-person dungeon crawler that stole my heart so many years ago. The answer, I found during a quick hands-on session with the game last week, is tension. The tension that comes of knowing that if you die your character could be gone for good.
One of the first PC games I ever bought with my own money was Wizardry: Crusaders of the Dark Savant. These screens from Sony Online Entertainment and Gamepot’s Wizardry Online show off a game that’s completely dissimilar to that one.