The server simulates a medieval roleplay environment, you hold the potential to create and partake in nearly anything imaginable. The roleplay is serious, and the scripts seem to enhance the already near perfect experience. This being said of course, there are the occasional bug or two, as well as the occasional troll or two, though all problems that are noticable are fixed rather quickly. Nothing is perfect, though when it comes to a realistic, medieval roleplay environment that takes roleplay seriously, WRP seems to be unmatched. Giving it a 10/10 due to the fact that in my years of roleplaying on various games and consoles, i've never been able to find any sort of true roleplay, (PW mod, Wild Wind, and SAMP don't even come close) let alone one that specifically suited my interest, medieval roleplay.
Follows a set storyline, which could be altered by the actions of the players. Nearly anything you could think imaginable in a medieval society is accomplishable on WRP, it offering...
A friendly community
An immense number of jobs and events
An enjoyable set storyline, which could change with the actions of players
Many organizations to join in, you having the option to create one yourself
A very large, detailed map, many scripts to enhance the roleplay experience
A realistic medieval roleplay environment, with serious roleplay
Plenty of specific roleplay related items.
Finally finished it. It's damn good mod, something really different from the other FC mods. Good work man, lots of new things and couple unique scares. Really creepy atmosphere and overall terrifying experience to play seriously everyone should try it!
Impressively disappointing, been following this for years and the final gameplay experience is nothing like the media releases or interview hypes. For starters the game is ridiculously unbalanced; I say this as a survival horror fanatic who plays them all on Very Hard when available, even for the first playthrough. Health is randomly scattered with no formula; enemies can kill you with a blink of an eye; lighting is pitifully low and I had to boost my monitors brightness to *even see* in the forest. I liked searching for Anita's dolls and the voice acting for Grey could have been better, but was emotionally solid. But problems exist in the immersion department. The level design is static and very convoluted with random spinoffs, loop holes and dead ends that made me very frustrated. Details are low too, in the level design, with most of the texture work and decal decorations being hidden by poor global illumination.
All of the horror is unfortunately jump scares too, with no sense of slow-dripping horror or burning immersion that this team's idols, obviously the makers of Cry of Fear and Afraid of Monsters, had mastered before them. Overall the experience is just dry. It's got unfortunately bad music and production values for the time it took to make and I wouldn't really recommend this mod to anybody at all given the state it is in, but a reimagining/expansion and tons of patches may easily bring this up to an 8/10. We'll see in time.
The reason I give this game a 10 is not because it's really THAT good at the moment ! But giving it some attention and therefore more peeps to buy the game and support the DevDan, this game's destiny IS to become one epic game !!!