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    Lord of Death jubeh's Avatar
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    That game is unbalanced

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    There are some extremely OP kids.

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    Try to stick to the subject please...ah, who cares anymore...

    And to bring this thread back to it's boring roots..., many MMO's are just the same in terms of gameplay elements. I have never come across a game that was truely random in in-game events. And by that I mean like the Zombie Invasion in WoW during Halloween of '08, stuff like that happened in stages or phases or whatever. I've played other MMO's and never had an event like that happen at all. MMO's when they were first presented were supposed to be a dynamic world, and I'm not saying they aren't, but other than raiding, grinding, and just buying and selling the crap in your inventory, there really isn't any events that happen to make someone go, "Whoa, what the fuck just happened? I didn't know this was happening." or "Hey guys, shit just hit the fan. Get the guild here ASAP."

    Personally, I just grind for the sake of grinding in MMO's. I don't join guilds, clans, or parties because I don't need the social interaction while I'm playing. I'm sick of someone trying to backseat play my game their way. So, I go solo so I can go my own way and play the way I want to. I'm not saying that everyone is this way in an MMO but I've had experiences with people like that. On WoW, the only guild that I have met so far that doesn't try to backseat game is Alea Ieta Est or AIE. The best friggin guild I have ever played beside. I didn't join them but played with them in raids and crap. But anyways, imma stop ranting now... ._.

    EDIT: The guild is actually ALEA IACTA EST and also I fixed the ellipses problem of the thread
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    I want planetside2 to come out, the first one was great fun. I kind of quit wow after many years, nothing fun left to do, I'll probably try mists but my hopes are low.

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    If Vindictus took like a year to go into intensive improvement mode by adding far larger and diverse areas in addition to perhaps area words (that randomly generate individually and indefinitely for each area uniqueish terrain), a larger spellbase, more combat read slots, and spells usable by classes like Lann or Fiona, in addition to non-genderlocked classes (prolly meaning name changes) and a larger monster base, I would start playing it again.

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    I never really liked Vindictus. I played for awhile but I couldn't get into the style. The only one I really got into was WoW. I only play it just for the hell of it. I could care less about my gearscore or my specs or my skilltrees. Practically, for me Wow is just something to do. That's what most MMO's are to me. I'm not a really dedicated MMO player, but I do play them regardless. And it surprises me of how many people play it. Most say it's fun, others say it's for the lore of the game, and a few say it's purely for the PvP. Whatever.

    SWTOR I can't get into either. I kind of just lost all interest in the Star Wars universe, and the same with DC:UO. CoV and CoH were fun to play. I enjoyed those when they came out.
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    Man ur weird

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    Hmm...I wonder what brought you to just now notice the obvious, Sy
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    Quote Originally Posted by jubeh View Post
    Awful games. Just awful.
    Going right back to the start, Phantasy Star Online was a pretty big example of this. I loved it anyway. For some reason the teamwork really does pay off in the entertainment department, despite the insane learning curve and not perticularly big levels. Maybe when you can laugh at a travesty togeather it somehow boons it upwards, a bit like Takeshi's Caste?...

    Either way, played Second Life for a while aswell. As far as I can tell, it's a game about talking to people to try and figure out what can be done with the game... The problem is that alot of people seem to think that a porn simulator is the answer to that question. Perhaps if Linden Labs cut the crap and let you upload textures and models without paying real cash-monies, it could become something decent, but until then I suspect that people are just thinking "Why bother? I can make games on my own computer for free. It's hardly that much harder."

    Now...

    40K Dark Millennium Online.

    This is the game that I was saying should exist since I was a teenager... At least until I noticed the gigantic hands and tiny heads. Who's idea was it to make the graphics look like the 40k models and not the artwork? It might seem like nitpicking, but if you play the board game you'd know that the models were always "Meh, close enough." comparied to the gorgeous art...

    Now that they actually have the chance to bring the universe to life in it's entirity, they'd rather make a giant toy commercial instead? Not cool, GW. Not cool. Even the in-game models from DOW looked better.

    Another massive Reggish rant that nobody will ever read has ended.
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    The best thing about PSO was how some goons calculated the drop rates and you literally had better odds of winning the lottery than you did of getting many of the better items in the game.

    That said, still one of my favorite games that I sunk so much time and hours into. I still play it sometimes.
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