Chimeraland is a Ridiculous New Cross-Platform MMORPG
I genuinely do not think there has been any point in my life where I sat there there, deep in contemplation.. attempting to discern whether or not what I’d done was the dumbest thing I’ve ever invested time into, or the most brilliant.
But here I am, 11 days into 2022, having played what is arguably one of the most polarizing new MMORPGs to release in recent memory.
On the one hand, the sheer number of random events that occurred while streaming this were unparalleled. I don’t think I’ve ever been left with aches in my stomach from all the times I broke down in laughter.
Yet at the same time it was such a frustrating, horrendous experience that I would question what mentality a developer would have to have to fully release a game in this state.
You know what, though? Let me show you what I mean. You can thank Mrs Stix for putting this little montage together.
If it wasn’t already evident…. I genuinely had fun in Chimeraland. Don’t get me wrong – this is a horrible game, and an even worse MMORPG. Nothing about this functioned as you would have expected it to. The game looked and played like an indie game entering Closed Alpha testing.
But you know what? All of those.. blemishes, all of the rough, unpolished areas of the game made this such a memorable experience that I’ll probably be talking about this for a while to come.
This is far from being the worst MMO I’ve ever played. Is it bad? Definitely. Will it get better? Maybe. Either way, I likely won’t be coming back for a 2nd look.