Fiesta Online: Social yet MMO Fun!

Introduction

A game made by Outspark and one if it's first games. Through extreme advertising Fiesta has made it big in the gaming industry. With in a months time, thousands of players were all over this playing like they have never played before. The few aspects of the game will be reviewed such as the gameplay and graphics and not so much the story as many MMORPG's don't tend to work on the story or maybe many of the audience are not interested.

Gameplay

The gameplay has a World of Warcraft feel to it as the it is WASD keys to move around your character but you can also use your mouse. Parts of World of Warcraft features were used for example, the production skills where there is Alchemy, Stone materials and many more. There are 4 main classes, Fighter, Cleric, Archer and Mage. Now before you say anything it is typical of any RPG's and yes it's different skill but what wins the gamers over is the enhancement of weapons and weekly updates, trust me there are alot of updates so you can always expect updates. All classes can be changed to any gender, it does not matter what you are but I personally love Cleric simply because of their power ups.

Graphics

The graphics is really something, at full settings it looks very inspiring. From those pictures you probably know that it is anime type graphics which for an MMO is very unique. The screen filter is well used as the glow effect makes the game looks superior from other games that are way more high spec. As you can see the interface is shown cleary, if not you can change the settings. The graphic options is a good selection where some people lag with the glow effect so it's a good amount of graphic use. The scenery (Not Character) is again amazing and works with low end computers.

Conclusion

Gameplay: 7/10
Graphics:9/10

Fiesta Online

Official Website

Minimum Requirements


Operating System: Windows XP, Windows Vista
CPU: Intel Penium IV 1.6 GHz or equivalent
RAM: 512 MB
Hard Drive Space: 3 GB
Graphic Card: nVIDIA GeForce MX or equivalent
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c or higher
Connection Speed: DSL (128 Kpbs)



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