At first glance, IGXE doesn’t seem to offer a lot to the visitor. In fact, you would probably be misled by the tabs, as the best seller tab is full of images representing the latest and best MMORPGs, and the side menu only seems to have more MMORPG names on it. Clicking on any of the images or links will bring you to the product pages, where you will find the typical MMORPG services offered on hundreds of other sites for the typical games like World of Warcraft and Guild Wars 2: power leveling, item purchases, and in-game currency purchases, just to name a few.
What sets IGXE apart, though, is the amount of amount of online games that they support on their site. Where other sites would only have fifteen to twenty select MMORPGs that they provide gold and power leveling services for, IGXE provides for over two hundred different online games for the PC alone. Services for old hits like Ragnarok Online and Flyff can even be found on the site, making it one of the most versatile MMORPG servicing sites to be found online. There are also sections for Xbox and PS4 games that provide the same services, and each section has at least one hundred titles in it.
Interestingly, it doesn’t stop there. IGXE also has a good selection of games that they provide CD keys for, with titles like Assassin’s Creed and Battlefield 4 making an appearance as well. Although there are not as many titles compared to dedicated CD key sites, the CD keys provided are often for the latest titles, and seem to also be marked for the occasional sale.
Finally, in what must have been a stroke of mad brilliance, IGXE even offers services for mobile games like Clash of Clans. Yes, that is correct: the site can and will help you power level in those handheld games you randomly got addicted to one day while waiting in line somewhere.
It will suffice to say that IGXE stands proudly above all its competitors in the MMORPG services scene, simply due to the sheer number of games that it covers. Also, when a site offers you power leveling services for a handheld game like Clash of Clans, it is difficult to argue that they do not take the power leveling business seriously. Clash of Clans is serious business.