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NeichelNeichel TychyPosts: 5Member

Hey,

In a month, after my final exams, im going to start playing new mmorpg game. I still havent chosen yet which one, but 

mostly im interested in Aion and Guild Wars 2, waiting for Archeage and Elder Scrolls Online.

 

So heres my question. I will have some time to play but later my amount of time will be less and less. I heard Aion is a pretty good game, but to achieve something there you need to spend much time on farming etc. When Guild Wars 2 is more casual game and reputedly you dont need to spend so much time on it. Aion is also kind old game, it was released in 2008 so population is probably not that high as in Guild Wars 2 now. Im mostly intereded in PvP mode.

 

What guys do you suggest more, or maybe any other game ?  I got my last moth of hard-working and then im gonna play for whole days :D

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  • VindicarVindicar ParisPosts: 134Member

    Aion is way too much gear-based. And actually it's kinda filled w. hackers and exploiters, I mean more than the usual.

     

    have a look at Age of Wushu.

    old school open PvP with very interesting "infamy" system.

    gameplay is a big pro if you can handle it.

    But I let you be the judge of that and the rest.

    Old school french hardcore whiner. Online since T4C.

    I was "Namless" and "Daroot" in AO (Rk2)
    Recently known as "Vindicar" (Aion (EU), SWTOR (EU), WoW (EU).
    Actually Known as "Wundicar" in Age of Wushu (US)

  • Crazy_StickCrazy_Stick Privacy Preferred, NCPosts: 1,059Member
    By nature, MMORPGs are time intensive grinders. They all have some form of farming to keep you playing or working toward some goal that takes forever to reach. GW2 is pretty casual if you just want to play at it from time to time. But if PVP is your main intrest  and time will become an issue i would suggest that you consider looking for a good MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) instead like League of Legends for example.
  • NeichelNeichel TychyPosts: 5Member

    Well, im playing now LoL from time to time, but after exams im gonna focus on NORMAL mmo. I played WoW for about 4-5 years, and now i want to start playing in another. I read about Rift which is probably good game, but its many ways very similar to warcraft. I want something new. I also know that in every mmo u need to spend hours if u want to achieve something.

    I read about  Guild Wars 2 and some people say that there is nothing to do at max lvl. Is that true for casual player? Is it really so fast to get best items etc? As i said im mostly interested in pvp so it ll be good i dont care about new content in PvE.

  • FromHellFromHell NY, NYPosts: 1,311Member
    Age of Conan on a Blood&Glory server, best PvP you will ever have in your life

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  • Crazy_StickCrazy_Stick Privacy Preferred, NCPosts: 1,059Member
    Originally posted by Neichel

    Well, im playing now LoL from time to time, but after exams im gonna focus on NORMAL mmo. I played WoW for about 4-5 years, and now i want to start playing in another. I read about Rift which is probably good game, but its many ways very similar to warcraft. I want something new. I also know that in every mmo u need to spend hours if u want to achieve something.

    I read about  Guild Wars 2 and some people say that there is nothing to do at max lvl. Is that true for casual player? Is it really so fast to get best items etc? As i said im mostly interested in pvp so it ll be good i dont care about new content in PvE.

    End game... As a casual player interested in PvP you can have a lot of fun running WvW PvP (world vs. world.) It's an always available option you can hop into anytime you want, level capped or not. Structured Team PVP requires more dedication and I have trouble suggesting it for some one with little time to practice with a team. There are other things to do at max level like grind out a legendary weapon but I am not sure I would call that fun or rewarding outside of vanity. I am not a fan of the dungeons. Craftiung is a money sink and not so useful.

  • bcbullybcbully Westland, MIPosts: 8,267Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Neichel

    Hey,

    In a month, after my final exams, im going to start playing new mmorpg game. I still havent chosen yet which one, but 

    mostly im interested in Aion and Guild Wars 2, waiting for Archeage and Elder Scrolls Online.

     

    So heres my question. I will have some time to play but later my amount of time will be less and less. I heard Aion is a pretty good game, but to achieve something there you need to spend much time on farming etc. When Guild Wars 2 is more casual game and reputedly you dont need to spend so much time on it. Aion is also kind old game, it was released in 2008 so population is probably not that high as in Guild Wars 2 now. Im mostly intereded in PvP mode.

     

    What guys do you suggest more, or maybe any other game ?  I got my last moth of hard-working and then im gonna play for whole days :D

    If your looking for meaningfull pvp it doesnt get any better than Age of Wushu.

    Alignment system

    Bounties

    Constables 

    Criminals

    All Wpvp

    School wars

    Guild Wars, Guild Keeps (bigger than most mmo cities)

    the list can go on.

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