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Saga review
Posted: 28.02.2008 16:04 by Comments: 2
JanaLee Stocks played Saga from Swedish developer SagaGames. This massively multiplayer online game puts a slight twist in the genre by incorporating some real-time strategy elements, like unit building. So how does this merger of two genres pan out? The author shares her opinion.

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Conclusion (8):
After my first pass at Saga Iím still excited about the game and enjoying it and forsee many hours ahead of me in the Saga universe. Is it the most perfect game Iíve seen this year? HahÖI never judge any game as the most perfect game, but itís a good game and well worth the time required to gain experience and levels. I found myself with a bit of altitis, Iíve played three different kingdoms and still havenít decided which is my favorite. The current issues that are coming up are being addressed quickly by the team, updates can be seen on their site with each patch, and I think that attention is critical in bringing Saga from a good game to a great one.

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Comments

By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Feb 28, 2008
herodotus
Has some stiff competition ahead of it. So many good MMOG's on the way, and rumours of other big name possibilities ("Starcraft" being just one) its; becoming a crowded market out there in Etherworld.
By JamieSI (SI Core) on Feb 29, 2008
JamieSI
I'll be giving this one a try when I get time. Indeed it does, hopefully it does well though .