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RF Online - PC

Platform : Windows XP
Rated: Teen
10 customer reviews
Metascore: 56 / 100

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  • Travel to the far-off world of Novus, and choose from one of three all-powerful factions
  • Control the Accretian Empire, with its totalitarian regime, mechanized army and rigid scientific thinking
  • You can also lead the Holy Alliance Cora -- a religious civilization with a firm grounding in ancient magical arts & weaponry blessed by their gods
  • A third race, the Bellato Union, combines science and magic -- their quick financial minds and expansive trade will be used to ensure that neither the Accretia or Holy Alliance takes control of the world they want
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RF Online is an epic mix of traditional fantasy MMOG mixed with unique futuristic sci-fi action to bring an entirely new and original take on the existing MMORPG genre. Set in a deep space galaxy known as Novus, take your pick from three all-powerful warring factions leading your character into the final battle for total control over the entire Novus galaxy. Chose from either the Bellato Union, taking control of individual robot battle units like never seen before within any MMOG, Holy Alliance Cora, the mystical and fantasy orientated race utilising the power of magic and finally the mighty Accretia Empire, a futuristic alien race intent on spreading destruction across the entire sector with their advanced weaponry systems.

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  • ASIN: B000E4K2LE
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2 x 7 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: March 3, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,611 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Terry Mesnard VINE VOICE on March 1, 2006
Here's the thing. Reviews are almost always based on personal taste and preference. It has been my experience that MMORPGs, in particular, are a love/hate entertainment medium. So, take my review score above as worth a grain of salt. I can't talk about all of the high level content, yet. I am currently a lvl 30 Cora Spiritualist/Caster. So, what I hope the text of my review will do is help someone who is on the fence decide whether RF Online is a game he or she would like to try; but, again, keep in mind that I can't speak for the higher levels just yet. Unlike most games, MMOs require a lot of time and money. Is this one worth taking the plunge?

To begin, RF Online reminds me of a couple games I've played. There's hints of Asian MMO Ragnarok Online (except much better, polished and in 3D) and Shadowbane. I apologize in advance for making World of Warcraft comments. I do this to put the game in perspective since, with 6 million and growing members, WoW is the dominant MMO in the market and most people who play this game will have spent sometime in WoW probably. People new to the genre via World of Warcraft and don't know other MMOs out there, probably will not enjoy this game. However, those looking for a more hardcore experience with some genuinely fun PvP moments, this might be your game.

I won't lie, RFO is a bit rough around the edges right now. Without straying too far from reviewing territory, I want to give an honest answer to this. It is being developed by a Korean company and being translated and hosted by Codemasters, a UK-based company. Because of this, Codemasters is still playing catch-up by translating and reworking the patches (called Giga patches) for our market.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. Beebe on February 22, 2006
With its lack of variety in character models and lack of storyline/quests RF online is a hack-and-slash PvP with guns and spells available to its few classes. The game centers around each of the three races fighting for control of the central mine where mad money can be made mining. Mining, incidentally, is also how materials for upgrades are attained for use in end-game.

Skills are all important and levelling fast will result in low skills and pwnage in PvP in later levels. The system allows AFK mining although PvP normally cuts its use quite short. Potion spamming for health/mana is the rule, not the exception and luckily available from NPC vendors.

All in all RF online is a very pretty game well suited for the PvP hard core gamer who is comfortable with making their own entertainment.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L on March 20, 2006
Over all Quickie: 3.8 Stars

Graphics -5

Gameplay -3

Sound -5

Replay -2

Reviewer Tilt -4

Ive been playing MMORPGS since before there were more than 16 colors on a computer. When the internet was new and didnt have pictures.

Enough backround on me, into the game:

RF (Rising Force) Online has been out in Korea for around a year or so, and this is a translated version by a UK Based Company, Codemasters.

First off this is not quite the same game they are playing in korea. Thats not good or bad really, just a fact. The US release has seperate players so you will, for the most part, be playing with only english speakers. Also the game is a couple of "patches" behind the Korean game which leaves out some content, levels, ect... that we would hopefully get very soon.

Moving more into the game itself,

There are three races which are basically Cyborgs/Elves/Halfling-Elves. One Race is all Mechanized with no magic, one race is all magic with no real Mechanical aspect, and one race is exactly in the middle. Unlike most reviews I think the races/classes do have quite a bit of distinction which ramps up in huge ways in the upper tier'd levels, each class breaks into two which breaks into two or more again. (and theres probably more with the other patches)

RF is a little typo heavy and if small typo-ish bugs or grammatical errors have you going loopy, you might cry out in pain. These do kind of point twoards a rush to get the game out, but this is very common as MMORPGS need to get some sales/subscriptions to continue growth (and in some cases even really complete). Otherwise the game for me runs increadibly stable and has not crashed once. Lag is really not been a problem at all.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DarkAvatar on March 25, 2009
Do not buy. North American and European Servers have been closed and this software has no use unless you can read Japanese to play on the Japanese Server
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Callahan on July 31, 2006
I suppose I'm a veteran of online gaming. I've played Star Wars Galaxies (SWG) and Guild Wars (GW) since their respective launches, including all expansions, as well as World of Warcraft and Anarchy Online. As of right now, I've played RF Online for about 3½ weeks or so.

Here's the thing: RF Online is only a semi-decent game.

Don't get me wrong. RF does have some nice features.

It has decent visuals. The game environments aren't the greatest, but they don't disappoint either. Sound is nice. It's splendid to have a "futuristic" MMO as opposed to Fantasy based, swords and sorcery only. The Chip Wars (massive online Player vs. Player events held 3x a day) are really fun, especially if you have a decent group of players. The Mechs of RF (called MAUs in-game) are decent. The Accretian race's Launchers are pretty slick, as are the Cora's Summons.

But that's just it: This game requires an insane amount of grinding to get to the point where you can use the awesome features. Level 1-30 are spent grinding. There are "quests" of sorts, but they are literally limited to "Kill # monsters" or "Find X of this item."

And, to make matters worse, Lvl 1-30 is exactly the same for each of the 3 races/4 base classes of RF. Same weapons, same skills, same spells. (Armor is different, but...that's just not a saving grace)

That said, this game is only for those who don't mind a grind, or really devoted players with little to no time constraints. Once you Hit 30, granted, the game does get much better, but I feel many wouldn't make it past lvl 15.
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