Order & Chaos 2: Redemption Review (Xiaomi Mi Pad 2): Solid MMORPG, Almost Like a Mobile World of Warcraft (Video)

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  • 19 Mar 2016
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  • I kept hearing about the MMORPG Order & Chaos for years now, but I finally gave it a go a few months ago. I played Order & Chaos 2: Redemption on Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 and this Gameloft title is available for free in the Play Store.

    Launched in September 2015, the game got a big update in February 2016, so that’s exactly why I tried it out. Over 1000 quests are available here and you can create and customize a hero to get things started, choosing from 5 races: orc, human, elf, mendel and kratan. Then you can choose 5 classes, including blood knight, ranger, mage, warrior and monk.

    You’ll be navigating a vast world, upgrading weapons and usually trying to figure out what to throw out of your bag and what to keep. There are also the so called Dream Dungeons, basically solo missions, with a time limit and higher level of difficulty. They wield a pretty nice reward to be honest. I noticed that the game has some pretty long battles for a mobile title, with plenty of foes to fight.

    You can play co op with other players in a PVP area and the controls are very intuitive, including a left side thumbstick and attack buttons on the right. Special abilities are included and there’s in game chat to use, in order to talk to other gamers. Button mashing is the way to go in battles and graphics look quite nice, although I did come into some bugs, including pixelated trees and characters entering textures of buildings.

    Level design is quite strange, because you can easily go up mountains, but some areas that aren’t as tall can’t be climbed, somehow. Back to the attacks, there’s the standard one, plus 3 special skills and in total there are 4 action buttons. The skills have a cooldown period, just so you know. The game includes fast travel portals between regions, including areas in the sand, snow, forest and what have you.

    Gamers can add inscriptions to the weapons for extra power attacks. There’s so much to do here and then there’s crafting, dialogs with characters, shops and more. There’s even a story, that goes something like this: it’s been 600 years since the destruction of the Primal Heart and a cataclysm followed. Gamers can get pets/companions and playing cards to boost them.

    It’s all fun and games and we had a blast playing the game, but it’s the kind of experience requiring weeks or months, not hours or days. We give it an 8.7 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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