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Zerailn by KittenGameLord


The most popular game of 2021, The Legends of Zerailn, is an open world MMO that allows the player to actually enter the game, using the newest virtual reality technology. When a glitch traps the players in the game, everyone has to learn to adjust to their new lives in a new world. Zerailn follows four characters through their struggles in the game, as they search for peace in their new world or fight to find a way out.

Note: Zerailn is unfinished, with no recent updates.  It contains some graphic violence and harsh language.

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Listed: Feb 18, 2015

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An Easy Read for Video Gaming Enthusiasts

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Mar 8, 2015: "Zeralin" follows four people who enter a virtual reality MMO, only to find that there’s a bug preventing them from exiting the game. The mods say they’d have to reboot the server to fix things, but they’re worried that might harm the players currently stuck there. So the players should sit tight and try not to fight until things get figured out. Many of the players, for some unstated reason, ignore this advice and start killing each other.

If you’re looking for something to sink your teeth into, I can’t recommend this serial, because it’s just not that deep. No lines jump out as awe-inspiring, the characters haven’t bowled me over, and the plot hasn’t taken any truly interesting twists.

The introduction introduces us to four character and does a respectable—if not entirely successful—job of trying to differentiate them. But after that it’s just a bunch of fight scenes, one after the other, without too much plot in-between. That’s actually not meant as an insult, since I’m certain there’s an audience out there looking for just that.

If you like fight scenes and short posts, you should check this one out.

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