Euo Review


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EUO (2003) - Official Site
EUO
 
     
  • At it's core, a MMORPG with story and stylings tapered from the original tile based Ultima games
  • Relies on dozens of hotkeys to properly play the game which can be challenging, though that is arguably part of the fun
  • Realistic crafting system with access to powerful equipment with the the proper resources
  • Offers several rare or unique features such as player lycanthropy, player housing, pet taming, and an optional permadeath server
  • With little direction provided, EUO requires patience but provides an open-ended role playing experience
  • Although there is a bit of a learning curve, EUO is a good game with retro visuals and UI
Cost Grinding Style Genre Uniqueness Usability PvPing Crafting Customizing
Free Medium 2D Retro Fantasy High Low PvP Switch High Low
EUO User Reviews


User Reviews & Comments:

Doctor Rude says:
For any fans of the original Ultimas, EUO is the version that we dreamed about. Rating it with a low usability is a bit of a mistake, primarily because EUO\'s command structure is as basic or complex as you want to play it. A player that merely wants to hack n slash can do so with ease; a mage that wants to get into spells and alchemy can get into that, too.
Anonymous says:
For any fans of the original Ultimas, EUO is the version that we dreamed about. Rating it with a low usability is a bit of a mistake, primarily because EUO\'s command structure is as basic or complex as you want to play it. A player that merely wants to hack n slash can do so with ease; a mage that wants to get into spells and alchemy can get into that, too.
HalfTurtleHalfBanana says:
This is a great MMO with lots of fun stuff to do - I\'ve been playing for years on different accounts, and still not explored even half! The difficulty level will reward grinding to the highest levels. The \"Usability\" is more easy than this review is letting on - and so is the customizing! There are a bunch of different ways to play, as well as an optional 3d client and custom tilesets to play with.
RaynWisp says:
This game, at its core, is excellent. The crafting system is dynamic and challenging. The grinding system is a little repetitive at very high levels, however at lower levels there are literally hundreds of places to explore. Dungeon delving, hunting, crafting, hoarding, looting, bashing or PvP: whatever you want, this game has! The playerbase is also the most dynamic and well-knit online community I have ever been a part of. The game is also constantly evolving, with a devoted developer and active suggestion forums. The game is confusing at first, but with a fairly comprehensive manual and an active group of professional players, you should not have many problems grasping the overall concept of the game. The game also offers 5 servers, being; Regular Server, Alpha Server (the testing server), Permanent Death (PD server), Weekly Permanent Death (WPD, where players make a new character every week and compete for who can get the highest level during the alloted time), and No-Grind (NG server, where you can find unique combinations that you would not be able to use on any other server). Along with the dynamics of the servers, the customization has been overhauled since this review was posted several years ago. You can now pick one of 9 races for your character to be, you also choose one of 5 classes for you character to be. With the \"multi-class\" option, you can even be 2 classes at once. If PvP is not your thing, don\'t worry. PvP is totally optional in EUO!