On first impressions, it feels to me like the Unreal Engine 3-powered Global Agenda’s younger, cuter sister.
For anyone wishing to discover whether that's truly the case, Spacetime's class-based MMO will run on Android devices sporting version 2.0 (Eclair) of the OS and above.
The classes available in Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles are Commando, Operative, and Engineer (essentially Warrior, Rogue and Priest / Mage respectively), and, as usual in these cases, the focus is on working together.
The increased emphasis on tactics in this game means that a diverse team will accomplish a lot more - and at a much faster rate - than a uniform one.
Star Legends: the Blackstar Chronicles's full release is expected later this month, and Spacetime says it is “committed to a free to play experience” which involves the same end game content as the paid one.
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