The Game that Plays Itself
I was playing SAO's legend in order to complete some quests and I was pleasantly surprised when I had to do virtually nothing at all. SAO's Legend is basically based off an anime and is a free to play MMORPG browser game by sword art online. You complete quests by defeating and battling monsters and talking to certain people. It has guilds in which you can interact with real life players, daily events to keep you coming back, and upgradable gear i which you use gemstones or skill points for. You follow a story line where you journey through a world of computerized characters and real players while you fight a variety of beasts and meet new people, while becoming a better warrior. Along the way, more people get added to your squad, for example, a pet, new gear, or even surprisingly, a girlfriend.
You can pick from different types of characters in the beginning of the game.
Now to my assessment of this browser game. It is not worth your time. Firstly, it does everything for you, from completing quests to fighting your battles. All you do is complete and accept quests, basically. There are so many annoying flashing icons at you while you play, the screen is just so cluttered, it reminds of another game called Bleach Online. It pushes you to buy everything from diamonds to weapons and that may not appeal to some players. This makes it a huge pay to win game. It is crazy to think someplayers have spent thousands on this game just to get better gear. As you get higher up, if you don't buy anything, you might as well quit. You also level up extremely fast as I got from level 1 to 40 in half an hour, and I barely did anything, it was all automated.
The main problem with this game is how little there is of interaction between the player and the game. Maybe this is a good game to keep idle while multitasking to something else, which is what I was doing. Because of its mass automation, I had no idea what was going on with my character or the story lien, which kind of made it pointless to play. To level 50, this game is all auto navigated, but after that there will be some PvP which is thankfully some good news. However, it is also detrimental that you won't be any good at PvP if you spend at least a little money into to it. This probably explains why most players drop the game after they reach around this point. Also with such a massive purchasing system, you would expect their support to be active, but to the contrary it is terrible. I advise you to stay away from this game long term.