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Aion (PC)

Aion (PC)
alaScore 88

483 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 483 reviews of Aion (PC). The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Aion (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Alaric Teplitsky (

Aion MMO- PC


When I first learned that I was going to be reviewing Aion, I was a little worried. Writing about an MMO is a difficult task, because even small ones are always too enormous to fully experience; it's just too easy to leave out something important. I...

Assigning a grade to an MMO is an excruciatingly painful task. I’ve spent hours trying to come to some sort of a reasonable conclusion. As far as I’m concerned, World of Warcraft is a 4-star game, and since I like it a bit better than Aion, I’m...

Dec, 2009

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This fantasy massively multiplayer online game makes a great first impression, but almost every aspect of it devolves into a grind before you're even halfway to the level cap.

Visuals impress both technically and artistically ; First 10 to 12 levels are a joy to play ; Fast-paced and intuitive combat system

Grinding quickly becomes an obtrusively big part of gameplay ; Servers seem unable to cope with large-scale PVP battles ; Invisible walls make flying much less fun than it should be ; Sound design is all over the place

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Coop (

Aion - PC


Teeming With Potential

An easier way to report bots and ad shops btw is to take SSs of them and then email those (with tour account, server and character name) to or to login to the "My Stuff" tab on the support page and and then put in your...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Gerald Villoria (



Aion takes a high-flying approach to an otherwise familiar formula.

Winged flight adds twist to MMO travel / combat; attractive visuals; PvPvE a good incentive to slog through grind

Not enough quests to carry you through to endgame without having to repeatedly grind through levels

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Michael Lafferty (

Aion Review


Aion starts out well, but then slows down into a grind that only serves to highlight other areas of concern

Character creation and the flight dynamic are definitely worth a look, but the main problem is that while the gameplay is inviting enough initially, it starts to bog down as you near level 20 and there are not as many quests. You may find yourself...

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Toni Schwartz (

Aion: Tower of Eternity Review


Grind Party. With wings.

Single Aerial PVP combat; flying is cool

Flying is severely limited; extremely harsh money sinks at every corner; not enough quests. Oh, and the grind. The grind. The grind

If you play MMORPGs for the journey and the storyline, then Aion: the Tower of Eternity is not for you. There aren't enough quests to engage you in the story, and spending days grinding mobs just to level is not something many people relish doing. The...

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Geoff_Hunt (

Aion: Tower of Eternity Review for the PC


Whatever happened to age and experience before beauty?

Truly beautiful graphics; Nice sound and music

Haphazard class balance; Grindstone, meet face

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Samantha Nelson (



A new  MMORPG puts a fresh coat of paint on a familiar genre.

It’s still too early to judge Aion's endgame content, but that may be the true test of whether the game will have real staying power, or be just another passing pretty face.

Oct, 2009

Expert review by : James Pinnell (



Reviewing an MMO is like taking a ride in a supercar. It's fun at first. Everything is all shiny and new. Promotional material is glossy, promising to provide you with everything you need for an amazing experience. You step in, boot things up and take...

On its own merits, Aion is a supremely impressive MMO that should appeal to both casual and veteran players alike.

Oct, 2009

Expert review by : Kyle Ackerman (

Aion Review - Frictionless Insight


Aion created the world of Atrea, a world with two hemispheres connected at the center by the Tower of Eternity. Aion then created humanity and other sapient species as subjects for the Balaur to rule over. But ultimately the nigh-demonic Balaur lusted...

Windows System Requirements: 2.8 GHz Processor, 1 GB RAM, DirectX 9.0c compatible video card (ATIx700 or nVidia 5900 Ultra with 128 MB of VRAM), 15 GB HD space, DVD-ROM, broadband internet connection, Windows XP SP2 or more recent operating system

Oct, 2009