Eldevin is a browser based MMORPG developed by Hunted Cow Studios. In Eldevin, players aren’t restricted to a particular class or even armor type. Players can freely mix and match skills from Eldevin’s 6 classes, attributes, and gear creating their own hybrid class. Eldevin features hundreds of worlds, 14 professions, and branching quest dialog with real consequences.

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Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.


  1. This game rocks and easily gets the best title of 2013 for several reasons.
    1) Browser game is stable and rocks decent graphics for browser game. So many interactive elements. Door handles turn, bread can be broke down to smaller pieces for consumption. etc etc.
    If you are a WoW child (most people here, so I am preaching ot the choir, I know…) gtfo, this game will not satisfy your “has to be flashy or I cant do it”. The action animations, spells, are all fine. Not over the top, but satisfieng enough to enjoy combat.
    2) Combat. Although tab, actually works better and smoother than 80% of the tap targeters out there. I had fun swapping hot bars out for attacks. That and you are given all attacks up front to “test out”, and then you build as you go.
    3) Class building is best hybrid mulitclass system I ran across. Sort of acts like RIFT but more logical and free and gives it that sandboxish feel.
    4) Intelligent design, no kill the rats till level 50.
    Only down side, it is not as open as a sandbow as it could be. It just has more liberal RPG elements than most games. We can manupulate the environment as much as I Would like (break tress, houses, and building stuff etc. Just a robust class and craft system. Also, small negative, population small since new game. But friendly community.

    Really, after having a level cap in all mmorpgs on the market right now…They bore me or are lame. SO this game is really the only game I have installed for online play (Forced to replay old snes and PS1 rpgs since the markets garbage.) and since I installed nothing…I win x2. MOre disk space for my emulators XD

  2. the game is descent, if you are looking for something simplistic, after all those years i still prefer playing Vanilla World of Warcraft on private servers than playing all those ridiculous “free-to-play” MMOs

  3. I have been playing on & off for a while when I don’t wanna be to serious about a game & I gotta tell you I like it. Graphics don’t make or break a game for me but game play & content do. This game has plenty of things to do & the combat system is smooth. I like the fact that it isn’t a cookie cutter class game. I like to mix & match skills & powers in a game. The game is nothing like ruenscape. runescape is way more laggy & stiff combat. This game flows nicely.

  4. Really wanted to like this game and I did for awhile but after looking around in the cash-shop… +50% Exp boosts, bundles of gold, was just too much for me.

    • That must mean you have found nothing to play online, because if you are not subbed, all F2P offer XP boosts. HOnostly. Derp more. The leveling on this game as a F2P can be done easy. I played 1 day and got to level 5. 1 week level 30, and soon end game… Unless you are looking for a useless level cap in 1 week not sure what you are crying about. Besides, levels in the game are nothing compared to the crafting requirements you will need, which not even cash shoppers have an edge on. DERP a DERp a dERP stop crying and play before spreading lies and stupidity

      • Yeah. There are a lot of games that actually give exp boosts…
        The bundles of gold, I’m not sure. But if it means giving you more currency, then that will surely wreck the economy on the game where everything then gets overpriced. Just look at MapleStory for example with their meso bags. Now everything on Scania (a server on MapleStory) is like super overpriced.

        But exp boosts… eh don’t worry about those. Unless it’s a permanent boost or something. I mean like no one spends money to buy exp boosts, when there could be costumes, pets, or mounts.

      • Obviously you have dedicated alot of time in to the game now you yell at people who don’t like it “stop crying and play before spreading lies and stupidity” point out the part where I lied .

      • Path of Exile is 100% cosmetic except some storage upgrades (and you start with a ton of storage to begin with).

        Also if the game is selling ingame currency (I don’t play crappy browser MMOs so I have no idea myself) for real money, then that’s a huge problem. Maplestory did that and it mutilated and destroyed the meso economy.


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