Gameloft一向擅长借鉴其他游戏理念，然后推出自己的同类产品，从该公司的一系列热门手机游戏中，均可看到《神秘海域》、《战神》，甚至是暴雪的著名游戏《星际争霸》的影子。据multiplayerblog消息透露，Gameloft并没有停止模仿暴雪，最近又发布了《Order & Chaos Online》这款新游戏的预告视频，从该视频中可以看出它带有强烈的《魔兽世界》风格。
目前我们暂时无法通过该视频得知《Order & Chaos Online》的具体情况，但游戏粉丝已可通过Facebook页面为该游戏投票。另外，这款游戏的资费标准也仍然是一个未解之谜，其最终结果如何，我们只能拭目以待。（本文为游戏邦/gamerboom.com编译，转载请注明来源：游戏邦）
Gameloft Teases iPhone MMORPG ‘WoW’-Alike With ‘Order & Chaos Online’ Trailer
Gameloft has quite literally turned the practice of copying game concepts wholesale for similar-yet-different releases into an art form. The studio’s mobile releases mimic a range of popular games, from “Uncharted” to “God of War” to, most recently, Blizzard’s popular RTS “StarCraft.” It seems that Gameloft isn’t done mining Blizzard either. A newly posted trailer for “Order & Chaos Online” carries the very strong scent of an even more popular title from the developer, “World of Warcraft.”
The trailer, which is easily found on Gameloft’s Facebook page, shows a game that shamelessly nods to the aesthetics of “WoW” as giant screens of text cut in, reading “Massively,” “Multiplayer,” “Online” and “Role-Playing Game.” Taken as a whole, this leaves little doubt that the studio is cooking up some sort of “WoW”-alike.
Gameloft has found success in developing a generally solid-to-great group of mobile platform-based games that riff on popular console releases. Some frown upon the company’s approach, but it’s clear after playing the games that talent and craft go into creating each one. Perhaps Gameloft is a little more shameless about the ripping off than, say, “Dante’s Inferno,” but that’s really all part of the charm.
What we unfortunately don’t have yet is any detail on “Order & Chaos Online” beyond this initial trailer. There’s a Facebook page up where fans can vote for the forces of Order or Chaos, with new information coming to the camp that receives the most votes (vote Chaos!!), but that’s about it for now. The lack of information also means that we don’t know how payment might work with a game like this, though Apple’s recent added support for in-app subscriptions certainly sets the stage for something familiar, right? For now, we’ll all just have to stay tuned for more info.（source:multiplayerblog）