At a time when we thought all was lost.. a genre was dying.. cute Anime waifus were losing their once dedicated husbandos.. comes an MMORPG attempting to save us from the curse of perpetual, sub-par Anime MMO releases.
Caravan Stories is a popular Japanese cel-shaded Anime MMORPG with over 2 million players currently in Japan alone.
Caravan Stories has 6 playable races: Human, Elf, Dwarf, Orc, Gessy (which are like.. little.. animal dudes,) and Lizardmen. Not all players will be able to see or play with one another, at least at the beginning of your journey.
The plot is fairly simple but there’s a lot of it: Evil forces are traveling to our world through a gate known as an Enigma. It’s up to us to defend the world from destruction.
Players also gain access to their very own mobile caravan that they will be able to upgrade as they continue to explore what the game has to offer.
If PvP is more your thing then Caravan Stories features a Coliseum for you to engage other players in. You have a 10 man team and defend your caravan from your opponent.
I spoke about Eternal Magic a couple days ago and honestly, that game looked like trash.Closers? Soul Worker? They’re both instanced hub-based Anime MMOs. KurtzPel? That’s marketed as an MMO Action RPG and never has more than 2 people on-screen at once.
I know that the game seems a little mobile-esque, but regardless, I’m still excited. It could potentially be a very fun game to burn time in on my PS4. The PS4 could always use more MMOs.
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