Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath
Players who invest the time to negotiate Path of Exile's steep learning curve are in for an incredibly satisfying and rewarding action/RPG
Path of Exile is an indispensable ARPG in consoles. The game is terribly addictive and comes full of content and an excellent performance. The hundreds of possibilities in the creation of characters and styles determined the game as one of the best alternatives of the generation.
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Path of Exile is one of the best Free to Play games ever created if not the best. With its continual updates, engrossing community, great story, interesting characters, superior voice acting, ability to shape your play style in amazing and interesting ways, and that fact you will have the same play experience if you chose to drop money on it or not: it's simply a home run. Even stacked up against $60 AAA games of the last decade, Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath crushes 99% of them.
All in all then and Path of Exile is an enjoyable game, held back by some peculiar design choices, both in game and in the UI.
Path of Exile has been out on PC for a little while now, but I have only just taken the time to play it since its release on the Xbox One. With it being a free game, I had previously found myself wondering: Just how good can this be? The answer surprised me: Very, very good.
Path of Exile is a great RPG. It's basically free to play Diablo, but unfortunately it struggles when it comes to interface and lag. Always online restriction every so often causes the game to stutter. Otherwise it a showcase of perfectly implemented action RPG mechanics, but for free.
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