4 Games Like Era of Celestials
Era of Celestials has made quickly a name for itself with its impressive features to offer the player. If you’ve enjoyed Era of Celestials, then you will certainly enjoy the four other games on this list.
Check out these four games, and see if any, if not all, of them are to your liking.
Legacy of Discord: Furious Wings
As its name suggests, there is plenty of action here in Legacy of Discord: Furious Wings.
Your goal as the player is to take on horde after horde of enemy monsters in the game’s world, all the while increasing your battle capacity or BRs. It also has an excellent Player versus Player system and a comprehensive Guild functionality, all designed to give an unforgettable MMO experience like Era of Celestials had.
The game offers its own list of character classes, with names that are as fancy as they are accurate to describe the brutal power of the characters. You have the Berserker, the Bladedancer, and the Sorceress, each of which specializes in a specific type of combat.
You’d love the game’s graphics, and you’d love even more its resource-saving architecture that allows it to run optimally even on lower-end devices.
League of Angels 2
If you loved the first League of Angels, then you’ll fall in love all over again with its successor, League of Angels 2.
One of the striking improvements this version has over the phenomenally successful first installment is its enhanced graphics. Angels are more beautiful than ever, and the images are crisp and clear. For a browser-based MMORPG, the quality of the graphics here in LoA 2 is competitive.
Of course, League of Angels 2 retains the combat system, the player versus player mechanism and the social features like the Guilds, that its predecessor had successfully built up.
Darkness Rises may appear to be your ordinary hack-and-slash RPG, but it has enough unique content that can help it stand on its own against its competitors.
First off, it is a mobile RPG with graphics that nearly rival that of its desktop-based contemporaries. Monsters, heroes and non-playable characters alike are all rendered in deliciously beautiful high definition imagery.
The game also features perhaps what can be considered as the best combat system for any mobile RPG. Combat is fast-paced, and adrenaline pumping. The challenge lies in how fast you can dispose of each and every monster that comes your way.
The best part is - it is a mobile game, which you can enjoy wherever you may be.
Finally, we have Sword Saga.
A browser-based action RPG, Sword Saga puts you in the middle of a world that is about to be torn apart by conflict. Thanks to external interference, every leader in this world are set on each other’s necks with fighting ready to break out if the fragile thread snaps.
What is impressive about Sword Saga is that there is virtually no limit to the activities that you can do. You can go dungeon-crawling, going through them to gather loot and in-game cash that you can use to upgrade your hero’s capabilities.
Of course, you can also go through the main plot of the game, and see the story through until the end.