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Its funny to me in that the things that most people complain about here have nothing to do why I continue to struggle to stay with it even though I was a huge fan and supporter. For me it continues to be that the world feels too static, NPCs don't move, there is no day night cycle, cantinas feel lifeless, they talk with there hands with nothing coming out, enenemies barely move, hardly any random events, everything feels frozen in place. I could care less about upcoming content because the current story I was playing was great and I have only leveled one toon to 47 so far. If they made the world feel more alive, I would play through every class story and wouldn't be a cheapo and pay the subscription.
From an Themepark MMO perspective, this game is as solid as they get. Despite the hate here, it was released comparatively speaking in a very polished state. It does everything that all the others similar games do quite well taking Age of Conan Tortage which everyone raved about into the next level across the entire game. I could care less about what they spent, blah blah blah
However, being exposed to so many MMOs since WOW beta, I just need a game that feels more alive like Skyrim does as a single player game or Guild Wars 2 does to some extent...even though even that world could feel more alive...though I think for now it is the most alive Themepark Out there by far.
My question is, does the code or engine allow a game to transform into an alive world, or would it just be too time consuming and expensive or some technical limitation prevents it? Have other games I am not aware of went from feeling static to alive?
PS my comments above are from a PVE perspective, not PVP since I mostly PVE.
There Is Always Hope!