|–||–PUBLISHER: gamigo | DEVELOPER: Giant Interactive | GENRE: MMORPG
–THEME: Fantasy | PLATFORM: Download | STATUS: Final
King of Kings 3 is a free-to-play MMORPG with a lot going for it. The nice visuals are the thing that immediately comes to mind, but there are other high points such as RvR combat. Classes are somewhat limited, with only three to choose from (warrior, mage and cleric) and all human, despite the fantasy tone of the game. However, each class upgrades into others, raising the total number up to 27.
King of Kings 3 offers thousands of quests and expansions such as the Dragon God Resurrection offer a new and gripping storyline to keep players busy. The features list goes on and on, including building houses (from the most basic cabin to a majestic palace) and creating entire towns with your friends. Make your town prosper, select the appropriate taxes and rule the way you want – friendly or with an iron fist.
Although one may complete a lot of quests, other options include player vs. player fighting, from the simple one-on-one to massive invasions with a full army. Besides fighting, players can entertain themselves in King of Kings 3 with several minigames, from quizzes to fishing or dancing, and even whack-a-mole contests. A good performance may give you some interesting prizes. Players can travel with two types of companions. One is the imamu, a tiny fairy that stays next to you since its very birth and helps in all manner of tasks. The other companions are the different mounts, useful for travelling but also for battles.
King of Kings 3 is a somewhat generic fantasy MMO game, but it’s serviceable and offers a lot of features. There are many things to do in the game world and the massive battles are appealing, but it’s a shame that there’s nothing really groundbreaking here.
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