Vendetta Online Crack/Patch

Vendetta Online Vendetta Online is a massively multiplayer game, debuting this summer, which will permit 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 heros, 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. [Guild Software]

Download Vendetta Online Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 64 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1226
Genre Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer Online, Massively Multiplayer, Sci-Fi
Players Massively Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Strategy First / Guild Software

Vendetta Online reviews ( 6 )

SarahR., Oct 27, 2004

I?m a Beta tester for VO and I?ve been really pleased with the game. What I like about the game. The ships are customizable and there is new equipment available every time you earn a level. The first ship looks like a VWbus but it was explained to me that as a free ship it has to be ugly. When I got to level 1 combat I was able to buy a cooler looking ship. It doesn?t feel like a leveling treadmill because by level 5 you have access to a lot of ships and equipment. You can go higher in levels but you don?t have to. You can develop your character any way you want. I?m a trader who does some fighting on the side. I?m hoping to join a trade guild soon. The stations are all different and the sectors have special effects. In one area everything has a purplish glow because the nearby star is very dim. The asteroids ?rock!? some even spin slowly which is a nice touch. The server seems extremely stable which is very important to an on-line game. The developers seem to listen to our suggestions on the testing forum and are always giving us new stuff to try out. The players can develop their own ideas and you don?t have to stay on a scripted path.

Colonel_Panic, Oct 10, 2012

While considered to be in the broader MMORPG genre, VO is technically more of an MMOFPS. It has a strong focus on hands-on first-person piloting and combat, with a slew of other activities like trading, mining, crafting, racing, and various player-organized events mixed in, with a minimal focus on grinding and roleplay. It is a community-oriented game with a small, close-knit and dedicated community of players that is slowly but steadily growing. The learning curve starts out a little bit steep, but it doesn't take long to grow adjusted, and it is a very fun, rewarding, and addicting game when you do. It is under constant development as it has been since 2004, by a small team of developers, and gameplay aspects are added or changed periodically.

DaveL., Feb 22, 2005

Best 3D flight in space ever. You can choose where you fly and fight or trade or mine. Game Dev's are always improving the game play and evolving it after release. The number of different ships you can fly is great and they all fly differant. Ship equipment is different as you go from station to station so you need to move about when you feel you can. All in all, its the best of elete / privater and Earth n Beyond all in one game. I see fantastic things comming into the game as the first year from release starts :)

[Anonymous], Dec 25, 2007

The only thing more amazing than the great focus on intense gameplay exhibited by this MMO, is the fact that small-time company Guild Software managed to develop it, and is still pumping out new features and content every month in the shadow of huge MMOs with bigger publishers and enormous corporate backing.

Phaserlight, Aug 31, 2011

Vendetta Online remains a true diamond in terms of gameplay, survivability, and fun. There is no other gaming experience that has come close to reproducing the effect that Vendetta Online's multiplayer space twitch combat deftly inspires. The company Guild Software also deserves applause for their dedication and vision in bringing this experience to users in the face of overwhelming odds, and for their honesty and innovation in maintaining and developing their remarkable end product. I was fortunate enough to meet the lead developer, John Bergman, and this furthered my confidence that Vendetta Online will continue to grow and come into its own as the years continue. As a subscribed user since the Alpha stages of June 2003, I highly recommend this product to anyone with an interest in coruscating and intuitive combat in a rich and believable world, or to anyone with an interest in games in general.

truetester, Oct 21, 2016

Good FPS control and twitched base combat, but barely anyone ever online -- so to call this an MMORPG is a stretch (i.e. seeing 3 or more people in your vicinity is a rare encounter). And those that are online are rarely helpful. In game chat is often overwhelmed with toxicity between players and there is never any moderation. The developers have focused the majority of their efforts and resources on mobile and VR development instead of content and fixing bugs. Customer support is pretty lackluster as well, often met with delayed responses ranging from vague to annoyed. A surprisingly long lasting game that has always had far more potential than it has ever been able to take advantage of. Since it was released the manpower keeping it afloat has steadily shrunk and development has been almost entirely focused on satisfying various contracts with other companies to keep the lights on rather than improving gameplay, solving long standing issues, or updating and adding new content. Getting access to content in game requires incredible amounts of mind-numbing grinding which gets old very quick and is not likely to keep the average gamer interested long enough to subscribe. Those that do end up playing have fairly solitary experiences due first and foremost to the vastness of the universe, and secondarily to the low player count. Visually the game is reminiscent of the 1990s, but it can easily be ignored if you get involved in pvp. In recent years mobile players have emerged as the majority of the player base, and with them has come an increase in latency issues that have been a struggle for the developers to address. Overall worth trying, but once you do you'll quickly see why more people haven't stuck around.