Salem is set in a fantastical New England and offers free form massively multiplayer gameplay in a persistent online world. Salem Gold, face to face trade, 5 minutes deliver. Players takie on the roles of intrepid colonists from the “old world” seeking to make lives for themselves in the New. Salem provides players with unique crafting, farming and building systems inspired by 17th century alchemy. Salem is a free-to-play, sandbox crafting MMORPG from Seatribe and Paradox Interactive. Set in a fantastical New England, the game allows players to take the role of colonists and build their homesteads in the wilderness with unique crafting, farming, and building systems. Salem features a cute, gothic art style that offsets its hardcore permadeath rules and open PvP combat. Salem is a fully open sandbox MMO with deep crafting elements. The game features permadeath as one of its main gimmicks, along with an in-depth character development system without classes and set roles, where the player can chose which kind of game to play. Taking place in the time of the first Pilgrims, Salem lets you live as an explorer in the new world; building your settlement, learning new skills and maybe fight with your neighbours. Salem is a fully open sandbox MMO with deep crafting elements. There have been some interesting stories to come out of Seatribe’s crafting MMOG, Salem. If you missed out on the tales of hostile nudist colonies terrorizing our own Jeff “Ethec” Woleslagle, I highly recommend that you get caught up now. Seatribe and Paradox Interactive this week announced that Salem has now officially hit open beta. You can sign up to take part on the Salem website; just don’t be so fast to pick up anything that you may drop in the deep dark of the wilderness. Salem Gold is 100% legit, we are 8 experience in game gold sale. Effective from July 8, Seatribe will assume full support management and development ownership of Salem: The Crafting MMO. Any decisions taken from that point on will be taken by and communicated through Seatribe to you – the community. Paradox Interactive will start phasing out their involvement in the project from today and on July 8 the game for all intents and purposes will be Seatribe’s to run. Paradox Interactive released its first MMO, Salem, not too long ago. It’s a hardcore sandbox experience, according to the development team. Does it deliver? Find out in our latest review before heading to the comments. These are hard questions, and I’m not sure what the correct answer is, or even if there is one. I am a little concerned that we’ll see an increase in shovelware as publishers find new ways of getting money out of us without delivering a launch-worthy product. On the flip side, I also see an opportunity for games to be developed that might not otherwise have ever had a chance thanks to the potential for earlier revenue. I guess like many things in life, the perpetual beta is neither good nor bad. It’s either a scheme or a legitimate tactic based simply on how it’s used.