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Age of Conan: Unchained is an award-winning and critically acclaimed massively multiplayer online game set in the sexy, savage and brutal world of Conan the Barbarian. Tread in the footsteps of the greatest fantasy hero of all time, and explore the vast reaches of Hyboria.
Utgivningsdatum: 22 Feb 2013
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Second Chances are rare in this market, but when they happen, they create great things. Age of Conan is the perfect example of that.

9/10 - http://www.dualshockers.com/2011/09/16/review-age-of-conan/

With the right eye players will find a magical world full of rich lore, gruesome gore and plenty of barely clothed wenches. What more could you truly ask for?

8/10 - http://www.mmorpg.com/gamelist.cfm/game/191/view/reviews/load/157/Age-of-Conan-Unchained-Youve-Come-a-Long-Way-Baby.html

Actionreiches Online-Rollenspiel für Erwachsene.

9/10 - http://www.gamestar.de/spiele/age-of-conan-unchained/test/age_of_conan_unchained,47087,2324194.html

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Age of Conan: Unchained is an award-winning and critically acclaimed massively multiplayer online game set in the sexy, savage and brutal world of Conan the Barbarian.
Tread in the footsteps of the greatest fantasy hero of all time, and explore the vast reaches of Hyboria. Choose between twelve different classes, from Barbarian to Demonologist, and fight your way to riches and glory as you battle creatures straight out of hell or even engage in colossal guild vs. guild warfare!

Key Features:

  • Unprecedented character development:

    Age of Conan: Unchained offers a wealth of character development options, and through 80 levels of content your character will grow in power and influence.
  • Choose between twelve diverse classes:

    Play as a Cimmerian, Stygian, Aquilonian or Khitan - and choose between twelve diverse classes before venturing into the depths of Hyboria.
  • A world of breathtaking beauty:

    Age of Conan: Unchained features the groundbreaking graphics of our proprietary DreamWorld engine, ensuring the world of Hyboria is rich, lush, and vibrant. From the vast forests of Aquilonia to the mountain tops of Cimmeria to the burning deserts of Stygia - Conan's world is one of infinite adventure and amazing wonders. Search for treasure in the deepest dungeons of the world, or engage yourself in the gang rivalry of the Tarantia underworld. There is always something new to see and do in the world of Conan.
  • Rule your own guild and build entire cities:

    Rule your very own guild, work together to acquire renown, and build your very own guild cities complete with buildings and decorations.
  • Battle other players in epic siege warfare:

    Age of Conan: Unchained offers a wide variety of gameplay experiences for all kinds of PvP gamers. Throw yourself into epic guild vs. guild battles, test your mettle in the mini-games, and claw your way up the PvP ranks.
  • Unique, action-oriented MMO combat:

    Age of Conan: Unchained features a unique, action-oriented combat system never before seen in an MMO, where you control every swing of your character's weapon for a truly immersive combat experience.
After installing the game, you'll create a unique game account from the in-game log-in screen. Good luck and enjoy your journey into the barbaric lands of Hyboria!

Systemkrav

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP / Vista / 7 or later
    • Processor:3Ghz Pentium IV or later
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader model 2.0 and 128 MB RAM: NVIDIA GeForce 5800 or ATI 9800 or better
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:30 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
Hjälpsamma kundrecensioner
39 av 52 personer (75%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
34 produkter på kontot
5 recensioner
9.3 timmar totalt
boobs. 10/10
Upplagd: 10 Maj 2014
Var denna recension hjälpsam? Ja Nej
11 av 12 personer (92%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
345 produkter på kontot
8 recensioner
26.5 timmar totalt
Age of Conan is one of those game I can't seem to let go. No other MMO in the market matches the immersive environments and lore, awesome musical score, and the overall badassery that is Conan. Robert E Howard fans will without a doubt fall in love AoC (new players as well). AoC to this date is one of the most beautifully rendered MMOs out there.
Upplagd: 15 Februari 2014
Var denna recension hjälpsam? Ja Nej
48 av 82 personer (59%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
14 produkter på kontot
2 recensioner
15.4 timmar totalt
Although I like many other aspects of the game, including the storyline and environment, there is one thing that prevents me from rating AoC Unchained in a positive manner; and that is the forced, unavoidable PvP. Even if you play on the "PvE" server, you STILL are forced to come across other players when doing daytime quests (which make up over 80% of the quests in general) and this is a major problem when it comes to progressing your character. It completely ruins the fun of the game when in every damn quest I do, there is some ♥♥♥♥♥ who is twice my level (meaning I stand NO chance whatsoever against them) that kills me repeatedly and loots my money. I'm not saying they should get rid of PvP, I'm simply saying it should be a CHOICE whether or not you want other players to be able to pick fights with you, which is almost always the case with any other online MMORPG. So overall, the game has a lot of potential, but I am NOT recommending it due to the persistent ganking that takes place, resulting in character progression becoming increasingly futile and pointless.
Upplagd: 3 Februari 2014
Var denna recension hjälpsam? Ja Nej
5 av 5 personer (100%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
22 produkter på kontot
1 recension
341.5 timmar totalt
Let me preface by saying that I don't generally like MMO games. I'm not a big fan of mindless gathering and grinding, or pay-to-win PvP. And sometimes, I just like to be left alone. But, since I enjoy the Conan mythos, I decided to give AoC a try. Besides, at free-to-play, the price was right.

Age of Conan isn't revolutionary, but it certainly exceeded my expectations. I joined the PvE server, and I have the luxury of playing it as a single-player game when I want to, and teaming up when I don't. Even playing solo, levelling up occurs at a reasonable pace thanks to the hundreds of quests to discover and complete. The character classes are balanced enough for PvE that you can choose one to suit your play style without having to worry about being too gimpy to advance. And, what I like best of all, is that there are certain single-player Destiny Quests centering around the plot advancement of your own character. Just imagine? An MMO with a little plot. So, all in all, there's really nothing to lose by taking a chance on the free play.

Just a warning, though - free play can be satisfying, but only up to level 80. Even though 80 is max level, subscription players will continue to advance through an Alternate Advancement tree - so level 80 isn't really the end of your character's evolution. But even if you play to 80 and don't choose to buy a subscription, just getting there can be worth the trip.
Upplagd: 21 Juni 2014
Var denna recension hjälpsam? Ja Nej
1 av 2 personer (50%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
52 produkter på kontot
1 recension
691.4 timmar totalt
Its a good game. All classes are fun to play and the leveling is alright. Combat system is the best out of any MMORPG.
Upplagd: 5 Mars 2014
Var denna recension hjälpsam? Ja Nej
72 av 75 personer (96%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
41 produkter på kontot
2 recensioner
251.1 timmar totalt
May 23, 2014:
I hit level 80 with my main last night, and I'm very excited. My first level 80 character in any MMO, ever. :)

In getting from 63 to 80, I continue to feel like it wasn't much of a grind at all, even though in two zones I ran out of solo quests to do and was forced to move on before I felt ready to leave. Levels 75 to 80 were a bit harder. First I went to Keshatta, and died a lot. Then I went to the Tarantia Common District, and died a lot more. Keep in mind that since I don't group very often, and thus basically never go into dungeons, I have played the entire course of the game with nothing more than the usual green and some blue (rare) drops, which is to say, some of what my main was wearing was pretty bad. :) This was never really a problem until I got to these two zones, and the Common District in particular, which has a lot of powerful mobs. It's probably the one zone I have found to be the most frustrating in the entire game to date. Still, I made do, and swapping between these zones, plus doing some repeatable quests here and there, was okay.

But! There has been something else to keep my attention too.

In December, Funcom added a new and permanent feature to the game: the Twelve Portents. These are "world bosses", one for each month of the year. One boss appears per month, and only for one week at a time, in a specific location. They are raid-level bosses so a great number of players are required to bring them down...but they don't require actual organized raids to do. These bosses sit out in the open (and are easily avoided if you don't care to partake) and anyone of ANY level can help fight it so long as the character can get into the zone and make it to the spawn point. I've gotten raid-level gear from these bosses, and now that I'm level 80, it means I can use it. Very spiffy stuff!

Still having loads of fun, and looking forward to getting into the endgame content now. :)

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January 8, 2014:
I have been playing this game on and off for over a year and recently downloaded it through the Steam client to begin tracking the amount of time I actually put into it. :)

I really enjoy this game. I play primarily solo with three characters in various stages of levelling: one at 63 and the other two are in their 20s. I primarily like this game because of how much solo content it has. I don't feel pressured to "have" to raid or team up if I don't want to--which is something I felt other MMOs basically force players into after about level 40 or so.

Some people have commented on the Steam forums that levelling to 80 is "such a grind"--I don't agree. Each of my characters have different roles and I'm levelling them in different areas of the game, and each of them has been a reasonably unique experience. Sure, some of the quest content is a bit static--gathering or harvesting quests, for example. But in every zone I've been in I always run across quests which I find quite interesting story-wise. You can tell where someone has put a lot of thought into the more complex quests. The dedicated solo content for character progression is really neat too. Every time I get to go to a new zone I'm inevitably wowed by how it looks.

Is the game easy for a solo player? No. I die a lot. Does this mean it's stupid hard? Not at all. There's always something else to do or another way to defeat the enemy. The key is getting to know your character class and making the best of how that class works.

Other Steam users have also said the community for this game is supposedly "garbage". I can't really comment on that... Playing solo means I don't have any real exposure to it. But! Quite frequently I have been rescued/buffed/randomly traded better gear from other players who just happened to be running by when I was getting blapped or otherwise minding my own business. At times I've been politely invited to team up with players who are obviously doing the same kinds of quests as me and I've had fun with them. The one time I have asked for help in the general chat I got loads of helpful feedback. So...my experience is positive. Besides, I don't play the game for the community...I play for the game.

The GM support for this game is amazing. I've had to submit petitions a couple of times because I got stuck or couldn't complete a quest due to a bug. Responses and live support while logged into the game itself came back within four hours and once within 20 minutes. In another MMO I play, you're lucky if you get any kind of reply in a week or two. Tech support outside the game has been really good too. I have a recurring hang issue which the techs have been working with me on for a good month. Even when I was frustrated and a bit short with them they were always friendly and patient.

The graphics are great. There is a DX9 and a DX10 client so you can use whichever one best matches your hardware. I use the DX9 one and while sometimes I can see obvious texture borders and some jaggies despite playing on high quality settings, it's not a huge deal. The zones still blow me away: god rays, foliage that reacts to my character running through it, etc. The first time I found fish jumping up a waterfall I just stopped and watched for a while.

Depending on the importance or complexity of the quest or character offering the quest, there is voice acting. When I was new to the game I figured the voice acting was something I would only see while I was "new" and it would quickly end. Nope! Characters are still talking to my level 63 character. The quality of some of the voice acting could be better but for the most part it's quite good for a free to play game.

I do have a subscription, so all of the areas of the game are open to me. If I was doing free to play, some dungeons and a certain zone would be closed to me. I don't do dungeons that often so I don't think anyone who only wants to play for free should feel they would be missing out. There is so much other content to do, even for groups. The rewards given for having a subscription can be pretty good. I have two level 80 mounts that I'm looking forward to being able to use, and they were given to me because I have had an active sub. :)

Even though the game is free, Funcom is still actively developing it. Character classes were rebalanced in the last year and further changes are planned for things like the crafting system.

If I had to pick something I don't like about the game, it would be the crafting system. It is clunky, and if you want to build a guild city it's also quite expensive (in-game funds). My other complaint might be the tutorial system. There are tutorials in the game and they do pop up at certain times, but I think some areas of gameplay aren't covered as well as they could be, and certain things are hard to find information on at all. Getting to know your character class can be a bit of a challenge too--for example, I didn't really know which attributes were the most useful for my main's class until someone pointed out that the character stats window has tooltips for certain text areas that say which classes benefit from those stats. There's nothing about the design of the window that would have led me to believe I should hover my mouse! Having said that, the UI is pretty minimal and non-intrusive, which is definitely nice.

If you're wanting a fantasy-based MMO that isn't all about the raids, definitely download AoC and give it a try. It's free so the only thing you have to lose is the bandwidth and some hard drive space. I recommend playing until at least level 25 or 30 (which doesn't take that long) before deciding whether to stick with it, so your character can leave the starting area of Tortage, which allows an opportunity to experience the game at large.
Upplagd: 8 Januari 2014
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