Wartune Review

Wartune Online

Genre: Adventure

  • Minimum Requirements (Windows): Windows 7 OS, Intel Pentium 4 processor
  • Platforms: Browser, Windows OS, Android, iOS
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Publisher: Proficient City

Rankings

Online
315th
Browser
126th
Fantasy
189th
iOS
54th
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Wartune

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Wartune
5.4333333333333

Story

4/10

    Gameplay

    6/10

      Support

      6/10

        Item Variety

        5/10

          Graphics

          5/10

            Community

            8/10

              Pros

              • Can be an exciting adventure for you.
              • Creative buildings and ideas in the game.
              • The game has a client for computer. You can download and play it.

              Cons

              • Graphics are not that good when we compare it with other online games.
              • The game has not very good storyline.
              • The game is only available for Windows OS and Browser.
              • Campaigns need some improvements.

               

              Wartune is an adventure game that you will able to play free. The game has been released in 2012. The game has good concept with a poor storyline. However the game is an adventure game more than a RPG or MMORPG. If you would like to play an online Adventure game, you can give a try to Wartune.
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              Wartune Gameplay

              You can select three classes in the game. You can be an Archer, a Mage or a Knight. You can pick one of these classes and follow the tutorial quests. They will help you much for understand the concept of the game and they will also help you about the gameplay. You can get some paid items freely in the game, however that won’t effect your character’s strength much. The game is easy to play and you don’t need to control your heroes as same as League of Angels II. It has a similar concept but you are playing this game in a map and there are some campaigns in the game. Each campaigns will get harder after you level up. You can also find some items and golds while you are walking on the map of the game. That is a little bit exciting.

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              GameRanks Review

              5 Reviews

              1. Story

                5

                Gameplay

                7

                Support

                4

                Item Variety

                6.9

                Graphics

                5

                Community

                9

                It’s been a while since I’ve played and during the last attempt to sign into my account nothing would load. I’ve been a while and when I first started the story and tutorial were straight forward and simple. After a patch/update some time later, the story changed and tutorial changed.

                There were those who had been around for years prior that had built up their characters the old fashioned way by trudging, saving and avoiding XP collection. Seemed promising till a patch came in that made the avoidance of XP difficult. Not only that but more and more stuff kept getting added that only VIP players could gain access to.

                The game was fun while it lasted though majority of the time I had to complete MPDs solo as some players couldn’t be bothered unless it were a dire emergency. Fortunately not all players were like this as there was a great group of advanced players that were more than happy to assist. All in all it’s a nice game if you can befriend some cool headed players that aren’t overly competitive.

              2. Story

                1

                Gameplay

                3.6

                Support

                5

                Item Variety

                8.2

                Graphics

                7.5

                Community

                7.8

                Ahh, Wartune, how I love and hate thee. There is something very addictive about this game. This is the 2nd time I have played it in a 4-year span. It is very difficult to play without putting some money into it. You can play free, but with cooldowns and other time-saving benefits of $$, it is difficult to advance on a free account – and therein lies the crux of Wartune’s main problem, it is a time sponge. To remain competitive, you pretty much have to play every day, and complete an inordinate amount of tasks daily, some ridiculously boring, and with every patch they add more aspects to the game but rarely remove monotonous and pointless tasks. I love about 10% of the actual gameplay, and tolerate/hate the rest. In my opinion, what keeps this game going and keeps players invested is the social aspect – there is a wealth of really great people playing, supporting each other, and most guilds (at least in my experience) are a tightknit group of people who help each other out, and have fun. To be fair to anyone wanting to try out Wartune, you cannot play this game alone – there are dungeons which require 2+ players to start and cross-server events which require you to party up. Pros: Social/Community, Variety, Strategy Cons: Lag, Inadequate Beta Testing, Glitchiness, Repetitive Gameplay, Excessive Tasks

              3. Story

                3.2

                Gameplay

                4.1

                Support

                6.2

                Item Variety

                4

                Graphics

                3.6

                I think one of the most annoying game that I have played. Hero runs everywhere out of my command. Monsters are looking hilarious. Thumb down.

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