Vendetta Online
Vendetta Online
1.8.216.1

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Vendetta Online1.8.216.1

30 March 2020

Massive, multi-player intergalactic action game.

Overview

Vendetta Online is a massively multiplayer game that permits thousands of players to interact as the pilots of spaceships in a vast universe. Users may build their characters in any direction they desire, becoming rich captains of industry, military heroes, or outlaws. A fast-paced, realtime "twitch" style combat model gives intense action, coupled with the backdrop of RPG gameplay in a massive online galaxy. Three major player factions form a delicate balance of power, with several NPC sub-factions creating situations of economic struggle, political intrigue and conflict. The completely persistent universe and detailed storyline add to the depth of immersion, resulting in a unique online experience.

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What's new in Vendetta Online

Version 1.8.216.1 (1.8.509):
  • Added experimental chat abuse reporting tool. Type /report "character name" to open the UI to select the offending text and category to submit it for administrative review.
  • While this is still early in feature development, this is a big step down the road towards our being able to react more quickly and effectively to toxic and inappropriate chat behaviour, when it should arise.
  • Basically, this will replace the "vote mute" system, instead providing a Report mechanic, where-in people can select an example of the bad behaviour, from their text-chat history, and submit it along with their "report". This has two effects, first that it makes it much easier for administrators to make a decision about specific behaviour, and secondly it should drastically reduce the abusive use of vote-mute itself to make organized "attacks" against people who may not actually be behaving badly.
  • The results of submission may have several effects. For instance, Reporting a spammer may have the same effect as "vote mute", where the spammer is temporarily silenced by a variety of people reporting their behaviour. Then, once the Report is also validated by administrative staff, the spammer may have additional repercussions, like a longer-term mute, or other action.
  • Reports that are seen as inappropriate and invalid by administrative staff are also more likely to get a rapid reaction, up to (if necessary) removing an individual's ability to make a Report.
  • People who submit Reports are likely to see whether or not their report was Validated or Invalidated at some point when the administrative decision is made. This will help them gauge their future reports, and hopefully also give some sense that their feedback has been evaluated and put to good use.
  • The nature of "Mutes" themselves are also evolving. We've added the ability to permanently mute players on public channels of 1 and 100, if they're unable to improve their behaviour; and we may also change traditional administrative mute actions to function on a "logged-in-time" basis, rather than a "wall-clock" basis.
  • To be clear, this "/report" implementation is only a prototype. We do intend this to become fully integrated into the game UI, and be usable by players on mobile devices, VR and PC. But, to begin with, it has been implemented as a console command.
  • We would appreciate it if people would try to use this new system, instead of "vote mute" or Support Tickets, in the event of people behaving inappropriately on the public in-game chat channels (1 and 100).
  • Have a great weekend, everyone, and be sure to stop by for the Events on Saturday!

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45 Reviews of Vendetta Online

5
itechbeat
08 September 2018
Version: 1.8.471

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I have been playing this game for a year and still enjoy it. It requires patience and the passion to explore. The one weak area of the game is the trading system, which needs an overhaul. Beyond that, it is a great game. One of the best aspects of the game is the player base which is very supportive of the new players. The game is still very challenging and interesting. I really like it. I am always a fan of iOS RPG Games.
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itechbeat
08 September 2018
Version: 1.8.471
I have been playing this game for a year and still enjoy it. It requires patience and the passion to explore. The one weak area of the game is the trading system, which needs an overhaul. Beyond that, it is a great game. One of the best aspects of the game is the player base which is very supportive of the new players. The game is still very challenging and interesting. I really like it. I am always a fan of iOS RPG Games.
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David-Flory
23 May 2015
Version: 1.8.337
VO runs on Linux, iOS, and Android as well as the OSX and Windows mentioned above.
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David-Flory
01 August 2014
Version: 1.8.301
Still in game after 5 years of play. Haven't seen anyone mention the low level membership available for $1/month. It is limited to level 3 or 4, but you can play at that level as long as you want. Good way to get into the game and see if you like it. If you try VO be sure to look at the vo-wiki.com, it has information on all the ships, weapons, etc. that will be very helpful. Also read/print the appendix to the manual (on VO website) and lists the commands you can use in the chat line and console. If you have a problem or question ASK, even the pirates will usually help newbs who ask. Look for an Emergency Mechanical Services (EMS) ship/player for a gift of some goodies that will jump start you into the game.
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4
Derision
19 July 2014
Version: 1.8.300
Back in the old days, I used to play games like Elite, Sentinel Worlds, and Space Rogue. They were excellent games — particularly Space Rogue — and mixed the best parts of role playing along with space-based combat or spaceflight simulation to make for some really excellent gameplay. I remember thinking, at the time, how awesome it would be if the game were somehow networked, so that the people that I was interacting with, or trying to blow up, were real, actual people, rather than computer-controlled drones. Vendetta feels a lot like what Space Rogue or Elite would feel like, networked. It has a good role playing factor to it, and mixes both computer-controlled NPC characters with actual, real-life, people. The in-game universe is pretty vast, which is both a good thing and a bad thing. It’s good because you get a lot of variation in what you can do, a lot of places that you can go. But there currently aren’t too many users, and the vastness of the universe means that the few people that are around are generally spread pretty thinly. I can go for hours without seeing more than one or two people. And a lot of the people that are on, aren’t interested in the role-playing aspect of the game, and are just there to blow each other up. Speaking of blowing each other up, by far the biggest pastime in the game is piracy. If there are ten users active, you can bet that at least seven of them are pirates. It’s generally pretty easy to avoid them, though, and either way, the game doesn’t penalize you for getting blown up as much as other games do. Getting money in-game is ridiculously easy, so it’s really no trouble at all to re-ship and re-arm after being destroyed a few times. It is also one of the few games that does not rely on experience points to get you anywhere. While they are needed to purchase certain weapons, ships, and to take part in some missions, for the most part a good pilot with a weak ship can easily outfight a weak pilot with a strong ship. That’s what really attracted me to the game, was the flight dynamics and the ability to get “good” at it without having to slog through endless missions in a futile attempt to accumulate exp. All in all, I think the game is definitely worth a look, though whether it’s worth it to pay for the subscription is up to each individual user.
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5
Jazzyguy
20 October 2012
Version: 1.8.232
Very challenging and interesting game.I really like it!
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4.5
David-Flory
31 December 2011
Version: 1.8.205
Perspective on me, 73 years old, on VO for for over two years. This is the only game I have played regularly for more that a couple of months. VO is DEEP. I takes a couple of weeks to begin to see all the possibilities, and it does take a while to get into the good ships and missions. If you try the 8hr free trial, as soon as you get out of the training sector holler for EMS, (Emergency Mechanical Services) and get a newbie starter kit of equipment. Also immediately look for a mentor to help you get thru the first 3 license levels. Read the appendix to the manual and look at VO-wicki for tons of information of use in the game.
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0.5
BLACKRABBIT
23 November 2011
Version: 1.8.198
VENDETTA ONLINE ARTICLE Vendetta has an 8 hour trial. So I tried the game. To get started in the game, a person needs to take the tutorials. Tutorials are training missions And let me tell you, they wrote a book of junk you have to read to take the training mission. Nobody cares much about all the politics. It is too overwhelming. All you care about, in the training tutorials, is the last paragraph of the that mission. And, I can tell by the number of newbies that log on and then leave, never to be seen again, that the tutorials are terrible. Lets talk mining. Mining for minerals is big in the beginning of the game, to gain money and levels. But, it takes a long, long, boring time. Sure, the first day is cool. It is all new. Then, it is boring, boring, boring, as you move from rock to rock, waiting for the cargo bay to fill up. Lets get into travel in the game. Think about this. To go from one side of your nation, to the other, takes over 12 minutes of holding down the tab key, as you go from one jump to another, and seeing very few other ships. Sure, you can find a plug-in to hold the tab key down (i, nfinite turbo) but it is very tricky to use. Travel is so bad, that you might go to sleep if you have to take a convoy 1/2 way around the universe, taking over 20 minutes. To gain better weapons and ships, and gain experience, you have to kill a lot of small bots. We are talking, a lot. There are actually a bit of fun, at first, but then they soon get boring. Now, lets get into pirates. There is nothing worse then doing all this freaking boring mining, then boring travel, as your missions, just to have some pirate, with attitude, find you, demand payment … or blow you up. If you run from the pirate and get blown up (most do), then you have to do all that boring stuff, again. Oh, the pirate ship and their weapons are WAY better then yours, plus their fighting techniques are better. You don't have a prayer, no matter what they say. And I have witnessed pirates killing in pirate space, as well as Nation space. In the end, the only thing not too boring in this game is pirating and pvp combat in an area called Sedina 8. It is mostly people that have played a long time, have a nasty attitude, and are good at fighting. The game has some nice graphics, but in reality, is the same thing ... everywhere. These includes rocks, space stations, and a lot of empty space. Sure, there are some things you can do, and plan, but it takes hours and hours of boring time. They also need some cooler ships. I am fighting with a space ship called a Vulture, that has, wings, like a fighter jet. Can’t I have a space ship? If I wanted to fly a fighter jet space, I would have gotten a different game. The best thing about this program is that the game was very reliable, and ran on a lot of platforms. This means you can be bored, a whole lot of places. Just go there an try it for free. Don’t fall asleep while playing.
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Cybersleuth58
18 August 2010
Version: 1.8.139
There are not many good space combat sim MMO's available these days. It is even more rare to find one that will run on a Mac. Vendetta Online is a space themed combat sim. It begins with very helpful tutorials that allow the player to pick up a few points. Each space station has an interface that contains unique missions. One can choose to undertake various missions involving mining or trade or combat or delivery... With the completion of certain missions new ships and weapons become available. To get from one galaxy to another one makes use of worm holes. The player is encouraged and rewarded for exploring the universe. A few of the things I find very attractive about Vendetta Online: the missions are diverse enough to keep a player busy and engaged. The learning curve is sufficiently gradual. It also allows for solitary as well as team player engagement. I am more interested in grinding alone and am turned off when forced to team up with others I don't know. So far I have not been pushed in that direction, which is a plus. There are few negatives to this game, and as far as I can see they are minor. Graphically, the game is not bad. But it is also nothing to write home about, either. Leveling up to access better weapons does seem a bit slow. The music can be monotonous after a while; but that is easily remedied by hitting the mute button. Vendetta Online requires a $9.00/month subscription fee. One can debate the relative pros and cons of monthly fees until the end of time. If you are a die hard space explorer who enjoyed playing games like Freelancer you may want to give Vendetta Online a shot. Each new player gets the first 30 days free.
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David-Flory
11 July 2010
Version: 1.8.134
This game has something for almost everyone. I think I may be the oldest player in the game at 72, and I have trained people in their mid-teens. There is player vs player real time combat for those who want it. There is nation warfare. There is trading, escorting trade missions and defending them against player and bot attacks. There is mining of asteroids, which some find totally immersive, and a great moneymaker. My personal favorite aspect is the continuing struggle against the rogue robotic mining machines which are competing with us/humans for resources to survive in space. When I show newbs the Leviathan, the big daddy bot, they are always impressed and excited. I have been playing this game for a year and still enjoy it. One of the best aspects of the game is the player base which is very supportive of new players. All one has to do to get help is ask.
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26cab40
04 July 2009
Version: 1.8.79
Ok, fundamental problems with this game. First, the good thing. The fast-action twitch aspect works well for combat, the control system is well implemented. However, in the long term the ONLY way to upgrade your ship and status is a system so poor it beggers belief. Shoot drones. In fact, shoot countless thousands of drones over many many months. Until you have done this, the established unemployed obsessives hang around warp points, blowing you up and making you backtrack huge distances and loose the XP you have built up. It is not policed to stop this. There is no in-game mechanism to prevent it or protect you. Other, older games, had missions that added GREATLY to your XP, and for good reason, if you can assasinate some military big-noise, you deserve the XP. Not in Vendetta. In other, older games, if you mine like crazy for 2 months, you make so much money you can buy a cap-ship, or any fast capable fighter with oodles of deadly weapons. Just like the real world, if you have enough money, you can buy what you like. Not in Vendetta. Essentially, you have to spend all day, every day for the next six months making endless trips to asteroid fields to shoot varying classes of droid. Here's the joke, once you HAVE done this, there is nowhere or nothing to do, you end up sitting outside jump points making stupid yarrr comments and shooting noobs. I tried this game with a grim determination for 6 months. Futile, pointless and soul destroying. At least other, more popular, online space sims have greater depth and give a noob a chance. If you have a life, it's not for you. Until the devs wake up and change the FUNDAMENTAL structure of the game it will remain an also-ran in the online pantheon.
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Yoshinatsu
14 March 2009
Version: 1.8.62
Duh... Apocrypha was just released, who's gonna give money for THIS? :/
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Xolodnik
11 February 2009
Version: 1.8.57
I've been playing Vendetta Online for about half a year now and plan to continue to subscribe for the foreseeable future. While not perfect with some key features still in development, I find VO captures the essence of space combat very well - even when using my joystick and after from many years of playing flight sims, VO transcends the "planes in space" feeling with which most other games in the space combat genre leave me; VO has done this by finding a good balance twixt realism and gameplay with their oddly tweaked 3-D physics model. Other pluses to the game are: The client is native has been very stable for me even though I don't have the most up to date Mac. The network performance is rock solid making the PvP fun and satisfying. The community is generally supportive and is directly engaged in making VO a better game with publicly available customizations via skins, plugins, and even missions. Built-in voice chat via TeamSpeak, too. Comparisons to the Escape Velocity series are valid as are those to earlier games in the genre like Elite and Freelancer with the caveat that VO is primarily a multi-player FPS in space with RPG trappings. However, future plans indicate that VO is evolving toward a more complex and dynamic economy which will provide for a richer and more interesting backdrop to the PvP action with more traditional RPG elements like trading, crafting, and mining getting more attention. (As for EvE, I find that the differences in gameplay completely outweigh the similarities which are, after all, common to most games in the same genre.) Overall, a fun game if you're looking for a space-based MMO with solid PvP.
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Yoshinatsu
31 January 2009
Version: 1.8.56
Uhhh.... Anyone notice a LITTLE similarity with EVE Online? I mean... ANYONE???
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alas!
21 December 2008
Version: 1.8.52
V.O. 1.8.52 crashes instantly upon launch attempt, here. Anyone else? OS10.5.4
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5
Calder
10 December 2008
Version: 1.8.51
Amazing game, great userbase, awesome devs, but as I know people don't pay for the company, I'll elaborate on the game. It is the intense twitch-based combat that keeps me so hopelessly addicted to VO. The adrenaline, skill, and fun are unparalleled in any other game I've played. From duels and single combat to epic, large-scale engagements, the combat system is beautiful in its simplicity, (real physics and simple projectile motion apply to most aspects), yet endlessly exciting in its intricacies. I will let other players elaborate on other aspects of the game, or you can try the free, no-strings-attached 8-hour GAME-PLAY, not real-time, trial of the game. Also, the developers are extremely committed, resulting in one of the most stable and responsive games around. They are constantly adding to it, and often take player-suggestions into account in deciding their long-term agenda for the game. In fact, players may even join the PCC, (Player Contribution Corps), and create missions and other content for the game.
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Erikhagstrom
12 October 2008
Version: 1.8.41
If you're feeling interested, try it and see how you like it. I did and got hooked. Great atmosphere, tight and friendly community, extensive player/developer interaction and constant updates makes for an impressive game.
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Randy12345
26 April 2008
Version: 1.8.14
While I really like and enjoy this type of "space" game. Sometimes I just want to have a game to fly around and shoot down other spaceships. Not having to deal with all the politics of joining a group, clan, race, etc. is all I want to do sometimes. And buy improvements/enhancements for my ship... Is there any type of "space" flying game like this anymore? Anything that will run on a 24" aluminum Imac? Thanks!
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Elijahg0
29 March 2008
Version: 1.8.10
Not quite sure if I'm missing something here, but I found it the most boring game I have ever played... And I play WoW 8 hours a day or more.
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Pietro-Cristofoli
27 October 2007
Version: 1.7.47
4 people develop and run this game. Guild developers are not yet prepared for a proper launch, they are waiting for a more complete build. But their MMOFPS has absolutely no rough edges. The engine is rock solid, it runs on multiple platforms (the Mac version supports OpenGL multi-threading on multi-core CPUs and the framerate is incredibly steady on all OSes). Marvellous community. Give it a try.
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Blackomega
21 September 2007
Version: 1.7.42
I've always been a 'space' game fan from Elite on the BBC B to Frontier and Terminus on the Mac but untill now there hasnt been a multi player version. This IS it. Elite for the 21st century not just mindless NPC's to fight against but other real live people. Constantly being updated with new ships, missions and just well... tons of stuff. 3 main races to choose from but dozens of factions and guilds to get involved with. Be a pirate, trader, hero or whatever you feel its a totally free universe. Free for first 8 hours too see if you like it then for $10 a month it cant be beaten. Link seems a little slow better to d/l from the site at http://www.vendetta-online.com.
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Plasterpyrus
09 September 2007
Version: 1.7.41
Gotta join their club or something if you want to try out their game. I hate having to jump of hoops for something that really benifits them, like trying to sell me THEIR GAME!
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Bebdabhrhbrwefg-3r§5y5h4wtedsfb
21 May 2007
Version: 1.7.28
as dull as escape velocity and much more expensive
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Pps-frae@hotmail-com
23 November 2006
Version: 1.7.8
I downloaded the game which looked like the best game ever in this site, but right when i click install the program opens and then quits unexpectedly, why why why? after the long time downloading it, and not being able to play...:[
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Alreadytaken
21 November 2006
Version: 1.7.8
I've tried Vendetta a few times, it is a great game and deserves most of the praise it's getting here. But it still needs more content and variety to keep me coming back. The P2P dogfighting is fun but not worth $10 month. Which leads me to another gripe. With games like this one I'll often dip into them for a while, then go away then come back, it's about time developers developed another payment method! How about paying for time actually used instead of per month. Then you might see many many more people like myself who don't want to commit to paying a monthly fee but who're prepared to pay to play.
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Phaserlight
12 May 2006
Version: 1.5.9
I've been playing this game for over three years now since its early alpha stages and watched it grow and change in many different ways. This literally is the one game that keeps me coming back for more... the twitch PvP combat is insanely addictive and the network code is amazingly stable; I've taken part in massive fighter battles between huge opposing cap ships with 30+ players and no noticeable slowdown or dropped packets. The userbase is currently very small compared to most MMOs, and content is severely lacking, however I would not be surprised to watch this game blow up within the year. The four developers are a committed, independent team that are heavily involved with the community (it's not uncommon for a player to make a suggestion and then have it show up in game a few weeks later, or if not for a dev to explain why it's not feasible) and there are some truly exciting changes slated for the coming weeks. The small playerbase also makes it easier to carve out a name for yourself as the best figher pilot, tactician, or entrepreneur. Guilds are very active both in game and on the RP boards, forming alliances, going to war, through internal coups or personal vendettas... Definitely check this game out... it's like a hybrid of Escape Velocity and Wing Commander in a persistent multiplayer universe.
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4.25
Heymini
04 May 2006
Version: 1.5.9
I've always been a 'space' game fan from Elite on the BBC B to Frontier and Terminus on the Mac but untill now there hasnt been a multi player version. This IS it. Elite for the 21st century not just mindless NPC's to fight against but other real live people. Constantly being updated with new ships, missions and just well... tons of stuff. 3 main races to choose from but dozens of factions and guilds to get involved with. Be a pirate, trader, hero or whatever you feel its a totally free universe. Free for first 8 hours too see if you like it then for $10 a month it cant be beaten. Link seems a little slow better to d/l from the site at http://www.vendetta-online.com
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4.75
Forrestmc4
04 May 2006
Version: 1.5.9
VO is growing game from great independent developers that actively work to bring new content on a regular basis. They actually listen to the players, are in-game regularly, and often use player response to fine-tune the game. Player base is not like what you find in other MMOs; everyone is helpful, mature (for the most part), and fun to fly around with. Everyone from a serious RPer to a trigger-happy nOOb can enjoy this game. Also cheaper than many other MMOs with flexible payment options including pay-by-cash and discounted rates for longer subscription periods. Be a part of the growing VO community. Try the free 8-hour gametime demo today and subscribe tomorrow! www.vendetta-online.com Also, the DL page on macupdate says the game is for PowerPC processors, but it was updated to Universal a few weeks ago. Put that new Intel Mac to good use! I can be found in-game as UIT citizen "Forrest" don't hesitate to ask me for help.
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Bart6
18 September 2005
Version: 1.2.3.5
This is way too big to download, were can I buy this?
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Anonymous
31 July 2005
Version: 1.2.3.5
PoC!! Too difficult to get into. You only have 8 hours to practice, then you have to pay. Now the game steals so much of your time, because everything takes forever to do in this game. Solution: Get Escape Velocity instead!! =)
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4.5
Aaron-Faby
27 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
Awesome game! Friendly player community. A fair amount of content. Much fun.
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Anonymous
24 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
Finally, an MMO that is fun, enjoyable (your comments actually have a reason behind them), and time fulfilling.
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4.75
Anonymous
23 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
totaly fun, you must try it today
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4.25
Anonymous
21 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
Absolutely awesome. EV fans, this is what you've been waiting for!
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Anonymous
21 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
First, let me tell you that this game is what I dreamed of when I was 10-year old. Climbing into the cockpit of a space fighter to defend the universe, fly with other pilots, racing among the stars dodging missiles and laser beams :) Wow, this is just what Star Wars and Battlestar Galactica triggered in my school-boy imagination. Trying to be more objective, I have played Vendetta for three months now. Stability and playability are quite impressive: there are occasional crashes and bugs but they are fixed in no time by the developers; as for playability, it is excellent even with a mouse and keyboard (no need to have a joystick!). Graphics and sounds are fine, but I must say that they are not near Homeworld 2 or several other graphically elaborate games. I guess there must be a compromise between playability and fancy stuffs. The choice they made is right imho: the best part of the game is in being able to play multi-players and -NPCs battles even without having a super computer, not in sightseeing. The content of the game is the most complex issue. If you don't get involved into the player vs player activities, you may find the environment lacks content: among other things, the development of your character is only remotely linked with the backstory. However if you participate in player vs player aspects, VO can be a very entertaining game. Sometimes you're just having FUN! You may also have some moments of bitter disappointment, but this is just the same with any human competitions, isn't it? So let's say that the game offers much more for PvP than PvE.
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Anonymous
21 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
Two words, Absolutely Awesome.
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Anonymous
21 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
This is online space based game that has plenty to offer for everyone. If you are into role-playing or participating in the on going war between 2 of the 3 nations with a barrage of various ships and weaponry, this game is for you. You can also be a pirate, trader, miner, pvp killer, or just explore the vast and beautiful universe. The developers are constantly updating the game with features and content to keep it interesting. Its multi-platform and there are plenty of interesting people from all of the world playing this addictive game.
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4.5
Black Omega
20 January 2005
Version: 1.1.8.2
I've always been a 'space' game fan from Elite on the BBC B to Frontier and Terminus on the Mac but untill now there hasnt been a multi player version. This IS it. Elite for the 21st century not just mindless NPC's to fight against but other real live people. 3 main races to choose from but dozens of factions and guilds to get involved with. Be a pirate, trader, hero or whatever you feel its a totally free universe. For $10 a month it cant be beaten.
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Anonymous
08 January 2005
Version: 1.1.7
let me also quickly add, in response to josei's post, that yes there are 3 possible governments you can arbitrarily align yourself with, but they are EXACTLY the same. Another testament to the lack of depth this game has to offer.
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Anonymous
08 January 2005
Version: 1.1.7
fun and addictive for a while, but it doesn't take long to realize the lack of depth in this game, and that it is far from complete. The developers are doing updates, but are avoiding focusing on storyline development. If you buy 1 month, you'll probably enjoy it for a week or so, then stop playing it. If you fall into the 3 month trap, you'll be sorry.
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Anonymous
23 December 2004
Version: 1.1.6.2
Vendetta Online is a great and addicting game. The Developers are constantly updating Vendetta about once every 2 weeks and the game will update itself. There are various types of ships you can buy, from a shuttle to Valkryies and Mauraders. You can be part of 1 of 3 nations, each with its bad and goods, depending what you like to do. You can also be a Trader, Pirate, Miner, or a Good Citizen that helps and teachs others, its your life, you can choose. Now its not exactly $10 a month, it depends on what plan you choose. $10 for 1 month, $27 for 3 months, $49 for 6 months, $90 for 12 months, $160 for 24 months. If I were you I would go with the three month plan, you'll get a better value, plus it will give you a chance to learn and explore the game. If you like the game you can continue your subscription.
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Anonymous
22 December 2004
Version: 1.1.6.1
a good game with good graphics, but there are better things to spend $10 a month on.
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Anonymous
16 December 2004
Version: 1.1.5
I played this during the beta and it was really fun. Can't say I 'interacted' much with other players online - I just ran around shooting rocks and NPC ships. Still, great fun and I'll probably buy it at some point. Not rating becase I haven't played the final version.
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Anonymous
13 December 2004
Version: 1.1.5
I am certainly no game geek, but this one has me gaming online and loving every minute. Superb on OS X and even works with 10.4. Outstanding graphics and game play.
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Anonymous
12 November 2004
Version: 1.1.2
I've been interested in playing an online game and this one is awesome. Beautiful graphics, excellent game play. What more can you want. It runs perfectly on my 867Mhz G4 PowerBook 12"
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Ancientyger
08 November 2004
Version: 1.1.2
Real requirements: MacOS X 10.2.8 or better (10.3.5 recommended) 1ghz G3/G4 384MB of RAM 3D Hardware Accelerator - Fully OpenGL compatible 32MB videocard with Hardware Transformation & Lighting (T&L). Keyboard/Mouse and CDROM 200MB of harddrive space 56k internet connectivity I'll review this when i get a G5(imac/mini-tower...laptop ;-) ) or.. get a laptop.
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