Mobile MMORPGs are no longer a rare commodity. In fact, you probably have dozens of options today. One of those options is MT4-Lost Honor and it’s definitely something you might want to put on top of your list. Though the game is your typical MMO, it’s one of the best ones you’ll encounter in terms of presentation and the “vastness” of its world. So, should you give the game a shot? Before you decide, let’s check out what it has to offer:
In MT4-Lost Honor, you play as an adventurer in the land of Eminoel, a continent wrought with strife, monsters, and people who need help. You’ll journey across various cities helping NPCs (which give you quests), ride different mounts, and explore the vast world. Though its world is divided into several parts, the individual pieces are extremely large, giving you lots of places to explore and enjoy. Though its graphics and presentation aspects are far from being a triple A console title, it gives a feeling of immersion and wonder.
Lost Honor has eight different classes you can choose from, each with its own set of roles, perks, and disadvantages. These include the Warrior (melee and tank), Guardian (beast shapeshifter), Shaman (group healer), Priest, Assassin, Ranger, Mage, and Guardian Summoner. Note that the classes are race-locked, which means you can’t be a bull-like assassin or a human warrior. It’s a bit of a bummer, though the devs give players the option to try out different character skins. Note that each class has a varied and comprehensive skill tree.
MT4-Lost Honor’s controls are standard MMORPG affair. You’ll move your character around using a virtual joystick while the attack and skill buttons are on the right side of the screen. Apart from walking on foot, you’ll also have the option to ride a mount: a warbear or a griffin. Most of the gameplay centers around killing monsters and taking quests from various NPCs scattered all over the world. As you traverse around the lush forests and paved city streets, you’ll meet and encounter different players.
Speaking of different players, a huge part of the game relies on multiplayer. You can party up and ride around on a griffin with your friends, as well as raid dungeons and defeat bosses to earn rewards that can help you strike it rich. There’s an auto-quest option which can help solve your leveling up problems. Although this feature lessens immersion and doesn’t exactly give you a sense of fulfillment, it’s perfect if you want to save time or trying to catch up with your friends.
In terms of presentation, the graphics and environments are a sight for sore eyes. Though its presentation aspects do not make it the best-looking game on smartphones, it holds up quite well compared to its peers. However, there are a few localization problems. Some NPCs and in-game text are phrased awkwardly and are hardly understandable.
Overall, MT4-Lost Honor is a must-play RPG for anyone looking for a decent MMO to get their hands on. Though it has a few gaffes and provides barely anything new, its decent visuals, fun gameplay loop, and overall stability make up for it. Give it a shot and start exploring Eminoel with your friends.