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Posted: Sep 10th 2010 11:40AM HalfGamer said

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Just FYI, Direct2Drive.com is selling Fallen Earth: Bloodsports for $6 this week. Didn't see anything about it on the site here, so figured I'd mention it.

Posted: Sep 10th 2010 12:49PM Darkmoone said

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Why does this website promote this game so much? The game is terrible, I'm sorry. Let it go.

Posted: Sep 10th 2010 2:49PM (Unverified) said

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Actually, Fallen Earth and a rare few other MMOs are the only ones to hold my attention. Huge coherent worlds, fantastic PvE, improving PvP, detailed crafting, and enough sandbox to add spice to the dreary wasteland...I loves it. Compared to many other MMOs, yes it still needs polish, but it has so much more depth and detail than many others.
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Posted: Sep 17th 2010 10:21AM (Unverified) said

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Yeah, the nerve of this place, reporting about an MMORPG. You'd think it's the entire purpose of the site or something.
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Posted: Sep 10th 2010 4:26PM (Unverified) said

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I just want to say, the first screendhot includes my newly made character. The event that was taken at was interesting for me seeing as how that was truly my first day playing the game. I had a blast and want to thank everyone again for making it so interesting.

Posted: Sep 10th 2010 5:06PM Yukon Sam said

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It's not a WoW clone. That fact alone will send certain gamers reeling away stunned.

As to omni-clans, the lore of the game refers to alliances across factions, providing as an example some collaboration between archenemy Tech and Vista factions on 'green' technology. Ideological differences can easily devolve into violence in the Wastelands, but they don't have to. The factions are as codependent on each other as they are rivals; everybody needs food, trade, security, medicine, technology and... ummm... spiky armor?

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