Based on an old school paper and RPG, Champions online has a lot going for. It’s made by a company that arguably knows what they are doing when it comes to super hero MMOs and beyond that, they also know what they wanted to improve about their previous goal with this genre.
Unfortunately, as all of the big ideas that seem too good to be true, Champions online is a mixture of wonderfully great expectation and disappointing shortcoming.
One thing that can’t be denied is that Champions delivers on this promise to allow you to create absolutely any type of character you desire. Males, females, aliens, humans and robots or any combination therein are here to be the canvass on which you’ll create a character that fits your every specification from sizes, strength, powers and overall demeanor.
As far as customization goes, Champions online deliver, but here’s a word to the wise, go to the —power. Sure you’ll be tempted but be warned. Champions has violent issues and if you’re a male only character, don’t get anywhere near anyone who use the jack pile.
Once you made your—well whatever this is, you’re ready to send them into the big beautiful world Champions has provided. Each iconic landscape both great pair of the modeling, —visuals in a fairly cool supporting half the villains and heroes that make it exploring each world worth it.
Eventually, you’re going to have to fight because that’s what super heroes do and for Champions, this is a big stumbling block. The battles are fast phased, but they’re really all the same in terms of testing your powers, you’re fighting this guy, but you might as well be fighting this guy.
The game plan doesn’t have to change and that can get tedious. Champions online have potential, but right now, its boggy. The voice acting is really bad, and although they’ve already did pack this issue for it and probably will continue to be, we have to review it as it is right now. Let’s keep our fingers cross and hope that at some point this game is everything we thought it could be.