Forge
Basic Information

Forge is built from the ground up for PvP competition. Each of the five classes are built to offer an interesting balance, while the fast, action combat means that victors are decided by skill, not just stats. Every character has a unique movement skill, from leaping high in the air to avoid attacks or running on the walls. There's no subscription fee here, just pure, PvP madness.

Dark Vale Games
Unknown
Buy to Play
2012
released
None/Unknown
Yes

  • Climb and leap off of walls with the unique movement system.
  • FIve unique classes with lots of interplay.
  • Built from the ground up for PvP.
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About the Game

In early MMOs, PvP was a happy accident, something that just *happened*. Later, PvP was a feature built into the game, but tightly regulated. While it's important, it was never the only course in the meal. Forge, however, is built from the ground up to offer the thrill of murdering other players. With a robust combat system and well-designed class interplay, Forge is one part World of Warcraft, one part Unreal Tournament, and all frantic, skill-based combat.

To keep the action hot, all your action keys are mapped around WASD, meaning you won't have to fumble about to make a kill. This is important, because movement means far more than in most MMOs. Many classes have the ability to leap off walls and climb about, and most levels are designed with this vertical movement in mind.

Recent MMO trends have left classes blurring together, but Forge keeps everything very distinct. The Dwarf Shaman acts as the healer, but his defensive spells slow attackers and let him leap out of the way. The Assassin excels at hunting down lone targets and pouncing on them with Shadow Leap, but can disappear into a cloud of smoke if spotted. The Pathfinder is all about ranged combat, and really know how to reach out and touch someone. The Warden soaks up damage like a sponge, and can extend this power to the allies around her. Meanwhile, the Pyromancer is all about turning things into flaming hunks of flesh, assuming that he doesn't get caught alone.

All of the classes are build to complement and counter each other. A team can have a mix of any classes, and there are all kinds of combos to find. Each match nets you experience, which levels up your persistant profile. With each level, you can increase a few stats, letting you pick how you want to develop your play style, but not enough to unbalance the game. Forge is all about skill, not grinding. If you want to get to the top, you'll have to earn it though your kill count, not just your play time!

System Requirements
Minimum
  • OS: Windows XP
  • CPU: Dual Core 2Ghz
  • RAM: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: DirectX 9.0c complient with 512MB of RAM
  • API: DirectX 9.0c
  • Hard Drive Space: 6GB
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
Recommended
  • OS: Windows 7
  • CPU: Quad Core Intel or AMD CPU
  • RAM: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible NVIDIA or AMD ATI video card with 1GB of RAM (Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 or higher; ATI Radeon 4890 or higher)
  • API: DirectX 9.0c
  • Hard Drive Space: 6GB
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • Connection: Broadband Internet connection
Forge
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