MPOGD.com reviewed Hello Kitty Online and found it “cute”, “peaceful”, and in possession of “a system that other games would be smart to copy”. Jason Van Horn explains why HKO is a good choice if you enjoy relaxation and conviviality:
Most MMOs are based around combat, leveling, and eventually hitting end game content. There is still an element of combat in the game, but it takes a bit of a backseat to everything else, and the process of leveling didn’t even register as a driving factor in the game for me. I’m desperately trying to reach level cap in World of Warcraft before its expansion comes out, so I’m constantly hurrying, fighting, and trying to do only the things that will help me level as fast as possible. With HKO I found myself playing at a much more relaxed pace, engaging in crafting, farming, playing mini-games, and not really paying attention to gained levels at all.
Head over to MPOGD.com to read the full review of Hello Kitty Online!