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Originally posted by jtcgs As much as any new content is good for a game, a game that is hurting and struggling to bring in new players one would think the company would start focusing on where the game is bad instead of adding little to add to the game. Expanding a near worthless system like the legacy system is just telling everyone to expect more of of the same that made the game lose so many players in the first place. Good for those that stuck around, short term. Long term, doesnt do much to bring in or keep new players and certainly doesnt bring back old players. So, fans can cheer all they way, but they are not facing the reality of a game that is hurting, why its hurting or how to save it so it lasts longer.
Originally posted by Ozmodan Originally posted by pioneer08 For a few folks usually the same ones who over and over post Swtor is damned if they do and damned if they dont. As one of the many who actually play this game I am looking forward to it.
I think you got your few and many adverbs switched. I logged in last weekend and the server was deserted.
Hyping a few minor changes like this patch has is only something EA would do.
What did you do, log in at 4:00am? That explains alot. . . Either that or you got SWTOR mixed up with some other game.
Originally posted by Thebigthrill
When SWTOR launched 10,000 was the cap for a full server.
8,000-9,000 was the range for Heavy.
All they did was change the cap to appear full and heavy.
As of FTP model
176 players is a full server
20-80 is heavy.
All they did was change the cap.
I am here to tell you that the server i am on for one has a at LEAST 3 different instances of the fleet at any given time -each instance is almost ALWAYS in the 250+ people in it range. You very clearly dont know what you are talking about or you are flat out full of it-im inclined to think both.
Originally posted by Isturi Im sorry but this game left a sour taste in my mouth since launch. Yes I know they have fixed a lot of issues players had but its to little to late. I doubt if TOR will ever make the money back that they dump into it ot make this game. They better hope they someday can at least break even.
Which is a terrible shame, the first couple of months are critical for an MMO, as the amount of people trying it will never be higher - and most of them won't return if their initial experience is a bad one.
I've recently returned to the game after taking a six-ish months break, and I'm enjoying myself again (when I'm not off playing TSW at least :P).
Looking forward to 1.7!
My SWTOR referral link for those wanting to give the game a try. (Newbies get a welcome package while returning players get a few account upgrades to help with their preferred status.)
Feel free to send me a message if you want a guest pass to try Black Desert Online as well!
Originally posted by jtcgs As much as any new content is good for a game, a game that is hurting and struggling to bring in new players one would think the company would start focusing on where the game is bad instead of adding little to add to the game. Expanding a near worthless system like the legacy system is just telling everyone to expect more of of the same that made the game lose so many players in the first place. Good for those that stuck around, short term.
The Legacy system is actually one of the most liked features, the only problem with it was that it launched too late, and that it hasn't seen much development since the first few months after it was released.
Of course for raiders and people only interested in endgame content it might be pretty useless, but for those of us who enjoy making alts it's pretty awesome (I've recently rolled a smuggler and got HK-51 as a companion since level 1, along with the massive presence bonuses from my Legacy)
Originally posted by fuzzlog @Darth-Batman: "The greed of EA makes this game unplayable for me. Maybe Disney will put out a quality Star Wars MMO... lol." I'm a paying subscriber for two accounts, and I don't resent what I'm paying (not wealthy by the way) and I love this game and what it has to offer. So i'm trying to understand why someone would provide a comment with such disdain... So can you explain your comment.. I'm really just curious.
The reason is pretty simple, he wanted everything to be for free - no restrictions whatsoever.