I am beautiful
. Seriously, I'm the best-looking game character that has ever pretended to live. Not only am I gorgeous, I'm lethal. With my massive lance, heavy shield
, and ridiculously tight dress, I can make short work of pretty much any foe with the stones to come at me. I am as dangerous as I am attractive, and that is saying quite a bit.
This is TERA
. Launched in the west by En Masse Entertainment
back in May, the fantasy MMO promised gorgeous graphics, fast-paced action combat and a different way to experience a now-familiar formula. Lured in by pretty trailers and compelling class descriptions, I picked up the collector's edition
of the game just before release. I played for a few weeks, streamed it a couple of times
, and promptly forgot it existed. When my initial 30 days expired, I never subscribed for more.
But now TERA
is going free-to-play
. And since En Masse was kind enough to give me (and everyone else) a couple of free weeks of playtime
before the F2P transition, I figured now was as good a time as any to revisit the title and see if removing my wallet from the equation would be enough to keep me engaged.
The answer? Perhaps.