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  • Tryn2behave2Tryn2behave2 Philadelphia, PAPosts: 22Member
    If you have played any other games from PWE, you will see that this game will be Pay To Win.  Aerowyn, you should know that. ;o)
  • furbansfurbans Tinbucktwo, IAPosts: 965Member
    Originally posted by Silax
    Originally posted by Draemos
    Originally posted by Ikeda

    Why are you people defending $30-$40 mounts?

    Why do you immediately reply "this isn't easy like WoW"?

    I swear, some people just troll to troll.

    Sorry Jero, it's disappointing to hear as I was considering giving this badboy a good free throw and see...

    Because we don't care,  don't buy the damn mount.  Apparently people are buying the mount, and the people buying the mount are the ones funding your ability to play a game for free.

    i get it, you want to play free and have quick access to the games fluff items too.  I want a buy a house on the beach in the Bahamas for $10 ... Life's a bitch, that's not how it works.

    is the zen store overpriced?  Damn right it is.  But people obviously pay those prices, and that's how the game funds itself so you and me can play for absolutely free... So what exactly are you complaining about?  If you really want to piss and moan, do so to the players that pay $40 for a mount, they are the ones that keep the prices high.  Just realize the massive amount of money they are dumping into the game is going towards new content, classes, etc.... So you are basically slapping the hand that feeds you your free game.

     

    Pay attention everyone... this man's got it!

    Where did you think the money for this game was going to come from?  Ad revenue?

    Or paying overinflated salaries?  Did SWTOR's profit go to new content, classes, ect  and fix what needed to be fixed?  New content has never really been a big sales pitch by Cryptic, and even if it was call me unenthused as I really see their "content" highly lackluster and way too generic.  Classes is the big thing they need to deliver on as the selection is really crap atm.

    I can understand a revenue system  is needed while I don't agree with how its implement what I don't stand for is a lack lusted and mediocere MMO which is what Neverwinter is.  It's a damn shame that they took a much loved IP and turned it into some cheesey themepark attraction park and less than have the features one would expect.  But I guess they HAD to go F2P as no one would pay a dime besides die hard fans with what the end product is, severely disappointed in what came out in the end.  Had such high hopes for Neverwinter.

  • JeroKaneJeroKane OsloPosts: 5,353Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by furbans
    Originally posted by Silax
    Originally posted by Draemos
    Originally posted by Ikeda

    Why are you people defending $30-$40 mounts?

    Why do you immediately reply "this isn't easy like WoW"?

    I swear, some people just troll to troll.

    Sorry Jero, it's disappointing to hear as I was considering giving this badboy a good free throw and see...

    Because we don't care,  don't buy the damn mount.  Apparently people are buying the mount, and the people buying the mount are the ones funding your ability to play a game for free.

    i get it, you want to play free and have quick access to the games fluff items too.  I want a buy a house on the beach in the Bahamas for $10 ... Life's a bitch, that's not how it works.

    is the zen store overpriced?  Damn right it is.  But people obviously pay those prices, and that's how the game funds itself so you and me can play for absolutely free... So what exactly are you complaining about?  If you really want to piss and moan, do so to the players that pay $40 for a mount, they are the ones that keep the prices high.  Just realize the massive amount of money they are dumping into the game is going towards new content, classes, etc.... So you are basically slapping the hand that feeds you your free game.

     

    Pay attention everyone... this man's got it!

    Where did you think the money for this game was going to come from?  Ad revenue?

    Or paying overinflated salaries?  Did SWTOR's profit go to new content, classes, ect  and fix what needed to be fixed?  New content has never really been a big sales pitch by Cryptic, and even if it was call me unenthused as I really see their "content" highly lackluster and way too generic.  Classes is the big thing they need to deliver on as the selection is really crap atm.

    I can understand a revenue system  is needed while I don't agree with how its implement what I don't stand for is a lack lusted and mediocere MMO which is what Neverwinter is.  It's a damn shame that they took a much loved IP and turned it into some cheesey themepark attraction park and less than have the features one would expect.  But I guess they HAD to go F2P as no one would pay a dime besides die hard fans with what the end product is, severely disappointed in what came out in the end.  Had such high hopes for Neverwinter.

     When it comes to stay true to D&D ruleset, then Turbine's DDO blows this game straight out of the water.

    DDO allows a lot more customization with character creation, then Neverwinter does.

    I think overall sadly.... DDO is the better game here. All Neverwinter has going for over DDO is The Foundry system. That's it!

  • DraemosDraemos Antartica, AKPosts: 1,469Member
    Originally posted by rastapastor

     

    If They cut the prices a half, they would have better revenue. Ask me why? It's the same with the taxes. If the taxes are high, ppl can't afford certain stuff, so they don't buy, so there is no additional money to the national budget. Wanna example? Poland, our goverment rised VAT from 22% to 23%, they expected 1 billion more income, but guess what...IN THE LAST YEAR THERE WAS 600mln LESS MONEY IN THE BUDGET THAN THE YEAR BEFORE WHEN THE VAT WAS 22% CUZ PPL BOUGHT LESS STUFF. 

     

     

    Actually, no... they wouldn't.  Ask me why?  Because they've already run a ton of metrics on it(which should be obvious, of course they've run metrics, their multi-million dollar companies) . Believe it or not, they aren't just pulling shit out of their ass on a forum, they actually do the math and use the method that gets the maximum profit.

    There is a presentation that was put out a couple years ago by a prominent f2p gaming executive(or marketing analyst, or something of that nature) from South Korea to an investors group in NA.  I don't remember the name or the company, but I do remember it was a female that was giving the presentation.  I'm sure if you dug hard enough you could probably find it.

    Anyway, she explains how to generate the most money from the F2P model, and despite your opinions, you are actually completely wrong.  F2P games make the most money by whale hunting, not casting a bigger net trying to pull in guppies.   The metrics showed that they make far more money by overpricing things and targeting the people willing to spend thousands of dollars, instead of pricing for volume.

     She also explains how there is a fallout point with minimum pricing where there is no volume increase in sales.  That's why almost nothing in a cash shop costs less than $5.  That's the point where maximimum volume of sales can be attained, and reducing it to less than that does nothing to increase sales for that service/item.

     

  • LogicLesterLogicLester Claremont, CAPosts: 68Member
    Originally posted by furbans
    Had such high hopes for Neverwinter.

     

    I'm cherrypicking out this quote since it seems to me that a lot of the complaints about Neverwinter boil down to hoping/expecting the game to be something it's pretty obvious it was never going to be.

     

    It's a F2P game at launch, we should all know what this means by now, very limited development resources.  So expecting some AAA title to magically appear at launch anyway is ridiculous.  I'm not saying a F2P game can't be good, I'm saying that expecting it to be as good in every way as a game with a budget 10x higher is....  well, crazy.

     

    And being that's it's F2P of course they're going to make it easier if, or desirable for you to spend money on things in the game.  Frankly, even if it does REQUIRE you to spend money in order to play past some point, which SWTOR does but I have yet to see anything that makes it seem as though this game does, expecting that a F2P game wouldn't have that on some level is.... well, crazy.

     

    It's also a game developed by Cryptic, who have previously made 3 MMOs all of which are fairly similar in basic design.  So expecting things completely different from everything else they've done is.... well, crazy.

     

    I mean, don't get me wrong, I'm not saying this game won't disappoint people with realistic expectations, it can, it does, and it will no doubt continue to.  But those kinds of complaints would have some merit to them at least, and could hopefully create thoughtful discussions (probably not as this is the internet), and likely Cryptic at least COULD do something to improve the situation (again, probably not, it's F2P so any major improvements won't happen or will take a LONG time).  Complaints like those in this thread and most of the others I've seen lately won't, because.... again, unrealistic expectations that fly in the face of reality.

     

  • akiira69akiira69 San Diego, CAPosts: 590Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by JeroKane

     

    I don't mind to work a little to get decent items in a game.

    I don't mind the studio's need to make some cash via the Item Shop.

    But with the current ingame prices on vendors (currency / AD). Wow! It puts the average Asian grinder to shame.

    But with the current prices on the Zen shop for a T3 mount / T3 companion.  35 - 40 dollars/euro PER character (not even account wide)!! Sorry you used to buy an entire MMO expansion for those prices.

    The game is fun and gameplay decent done. It's the ingame vendors and Zen Cash Shop that instantly turned me off from this game!

    Even with Cryptic's other games (CO and STO) it's not this bad. And most likely due to those games not been F2P in beginning and so have a different ingame / cash shop balance.

    Sorry.... but for me Cryptic has reached a new low again.

    Shame me once with CO. Shame me twice with STO. Neverwinter is third strike and out!

    THe game is in OPEN BETA. The entire purpose of OPEN BETA is to shove as many players in to the servers to see what makes them CRASH. This way the developers know how to prevent such crashes.  Only SOE is dumb enough to skip this step when it comes to testing MMO's.

    Beta testing

    Beta testing comes after alpha testing and can be considered a form of external user acceptance testing. Versions of the software, known as beta versions, are released to a limited audience outside of the programming team. The software is released to groups of people so that further testing can ensure the product has few faults or bugs. Sometimes, beta versions are made available to the open public to increase the feedback field to a maximal number of future users.

    "Possibly we humans can exist without actually having to fight. But many of us have chosen to fight. For what reason? To protect something? Protect what? Ourselves? The future? If we kill people to protect ourselves and this future, then what sort of future is it, and what will we have become? There is no future for those who have died. And what of those who did the killing? Is happiness to be found in a future that is grasped with blood stained hands? Is that the truth?"

  • codejackcodejack Chattanooga, TNPosts: 208Member
    Originally posted by LogicLester
    Originally posted by furbans
    Had such high hopes for Neverwinter.

     

    I'm cherrypicking out this quote since it seems to me that a lot of the complaints about Neverwinter boil down to hoping/expecting the game to be something it's pretty obvious it was never going to be.

     

    They called it "Dungeons & Dragons;" if they weren't going to even attempt to appeal to D&D fans, why on Earth did they call the game that?

    No, the problem isn't just that it isn't what we hoped or expected, the problem is that it is just BAD from any possible perspective, and putting the single most iconic RPG badge on it just made sure that it would be subjected to harsher scrutiny.

    They should have either done a better job (much, MUCH better, so maybe skip that option) or changed the names and called the game something else.

  • Squeak69Squeak69 Colorado Springs, COPosts: 956Member
    Originally posted by codejack
    Originally posted by LogicLester
    Originally posted by furbans
    Had such high hopes for Neverwinter.

     

    I'm cherrypicking out this quote since it seems to me that a lot of the complaints about Neverwinter boil down to hoping/expecting the game to be something it's pretty obvious it was never going to be.

     

    They called it "Dungeons & Dragons;" if they weren't going to even attempt to appeal to D&D fans, why on Earth did they call the game that?

    No, the problem isn't just that it isn't what we hoped or expected, the problem is that it is just BAD from any possible perspective, and putting the single most iconic RPG badge on it just made sure that it would be subjected to harsher scrutiny.

    They should have either done a better job (much, MUCH better, so maybe skip that option) or changed the names and called the game something else.

    oh its simple IP hype, same as with the argument going on with ESO.

    this is why i kinda wish game companies would go bac to makeing new IPs but meh it is what it is.

    so far the best online experence fr D&D fans is still NWN 1 or 2 take your pick,

    everything else comes up short.

    F2P may be the way of the future, but ya know they dont make them like they used toimage
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  • Allacore69Allacore69 Casselberry, FLPosts: 839Member


    Originally posted by stayontarget
    Are those items even needed? 
    No they are not needed. Nobody needs mounts and special companion to play the game or progress easier. Hell, you get free companions anyway.

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  • codejackcodejack Chattanooga, TNPosts: 208Member
    Originally posted by Squeak69

    so far the best online experence fr D&D fans is still NWN 1 or 2 take your pick,

    everything else comes up short.

     

    Oh, if you can overlook it being in Eberron (and a few system... tweaks), DDO is excellent, although I still have NWN2 installed... which is more than I can say for Neverwinter.

  • JeroKaneJeroKane OsloPosts: 5,353Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by akiira69
    Originally posted by JeroKane

     

    I don't mind to work a little to get decent items in a game.

    I don't mind the studio's need to make some cash via the Item Shop.

    But with the current ingame prices on vendors (currency / AD). Wow! It puts the average Asian grinder to shame.

    But with the current prices on the Zen shop for a T3 mount / T3 companion.  35 - 40 dollars/euro PER character (not even account wide)!! Sorry you used to buy an entire MMO expansion for those prices.

    The game is fun and gameplay decent done. It's the ingame vendors and Zen Cash Shop that instantly turned me off from this game!

    Even with Cryptic's other games (CO and STO) it's not this bad. And most likely due to those games not been F2P in beginning and so have a different ingame / cash shop balance.

    Sorry.... but for me Cryptic has reached a new low again.

    Shame me once with CO. Shame me twice with STO. Neverwinter is third strike and out!

    THe game is in OPEN BETA. The entire purpose of OPEN BETA is to shove as many players in to the servers to see what makes them CRASH. This way the developers know how to prevent such crashes.  Only SOE is dumb enough to skip this step when it comes to testing MMO's.

    Beta testing

    Beta testing comes after alpha testing and can be considered a form of external user acceptance testing. Versions of the software, known as beta versions, are released to a limited audience outside of the programming team. The software is released to groups of people so that further testing can ensure the product has few faults or bugs. Sometimes, beta versions are made available to the open public to increase the feedback field to a maximal number of future users.

     It's a classic F2P game with classic F2P tactics. The cash shop is live! They accept REAL money and character's wont' be wiped!

    F2P games launch as Open Beta and stay that way! Period!  A clever tactic to practically get away with everything!

    And seeing how people like you are falling for it with open arms. They are already succeeding.

  • FelixMajorFelixMajor London, ONPosts: 576Member
    Originally posted by JeroKane
    Originally posted by Emeraq
    Wait... You're requesting a refund because you don't want to pay the listed prices for other items in the cash shop???  I truly hope you are declined, as you clearly state the game is fun and decently designed, so you clearly aren't unhappy with the product you received.. it's the other products that you haven't even paid for that you are pissed about... Some people amaze me.

     No. It's a shame a could be great game is being ruined by UTTER COMPANY GREED!

    The whole point in this game is to collect and level up Tier 3 companions and eventually get T3 gear and mounts.

    The companion system is one of the MAIN features of this game.

    That's why I play MMORPG's. To progress my characters.

    I don't care about the Foundry. I don't have the time for it.

    Rofl, That is why he plays MMORPGs.  To progress his character.  xD

    Originally posted by Arskaaa
    "when players learned tacticks in dungeon/raids, its bread".

  • akiira69akiira69 San Diego, CAPosts: 590Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by JeroKane
    Originally posted by akiira69
    Originally posted by JeroKane

     

    I don't mind to work a little to get decent items in a game.

    I don't mind the studio's need to make some cash via the Item Shop.

    But with the current ingame prices on vendors (currency / AD). Wow! It puts the average Asian grinder to shame.

    But with the current prices on the Zen shop for a T3 mount / T3 companion.  35 - 40 dollars/euro PER character (not even account wide)!! Sorry you used to buy an entire MMO expansion for those prices.

    The game is fun and gameplay decent done. It's the ingame vendors and Zen Cash Shop that instantly turned me off from this game!

    Even with Cryptic's other games (CO and STO) it's not this bad. And most likely due to those games not been F2P in beginning and so have a different ingame / cash shop balance.

    Sorry.... but for me Cryptic has reached a new low again.

    Shame me once with CO. Shame me twice with STO. Neverwinter is third strike and out!

    THe game is in OPEN BETA. The entire purpose of OPEN BETA is to shove as many players in to the servers to see what makes them CRASH. This way the developers know how to prevent such crashes.  Only SOE is dumb enough to skip this step when it comes to testing MMO's.

    Beta testing

    Beta testing comes after alpha testing and can be considered a form of external user acceptance testing. Versions of the software, known as beta versions, are released to a limited audience outside of the programming team. The software is released to groups of people so that further testing can ensure the product has few faults or bugs. Sometimes, beta versions are made available to the open public to increase the feedback field to a maximal number of future users.

     It's a classic F2P game with classic F2P tactics. The cash shop is live! They accept REAL money and character's wont' be wiped!

    F2P games launch as Open Beta and stay that way! Period!  A clever tactic to practically get away with everything!

    And seeing how people like you are falling for it with open arms. They are already succeeding.

    Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.

    "Possibly we humans can exist without actually having to fight. But many of us have chosen to fight. For what reason? To protect something? Protect what? Ourselves? The future? If we kill people to protect ourselves and this future, then what sort of future is it, and what will we have become? There is no future for those who have died. And what of those who did the killing? Is happiness to be found in a future that is grasped with blood stained hands? Is that the truth?"

  • chaintmchaintm Chicago, ILPosts: 972Member
    Originally posted by akiira69

    Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.

    Dude, just stop hurting yourself attempting to say open beta is an excuse for a possible crappy game in peoples eyes. If someone doesn't like it they don't like it , period. Saying it's beta doesn't change that fact. Let it go.

    "The monster created isn't by the company that makes the game, it's by the fans that make it something it never was"

  • kompleksakikompleksaki ThessalonikiPosts: 81Member
    Originally posted by akiira69
    Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.

     

    That's only true for F2P games. F2P games always hard launch during open betas. Cash shop up and running,characters not getting wiped = launch.

    When the game officialy launches there will be way less new players slamming the servers than today.

  • Allacore69Allacore69 Casselberry, FLPosts: 839Member


    Originally posted by kompleksaki
    Originally posted by akiira69 Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.
     

    That's only true for F2P games. F2P games always hard launch during open betas. Cash shop up and running,characters not getting wiped = launch.

    When the game officialy launches there will be way less new players slamming the servers than today.



    SWTOR and DC Universe did not have wipes between beta and launch.

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  • akiira69akiira69 San Diego, CAPosts: 590Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by chaintm
    Originally posted by akiira69

    Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.

    Dude, just stop hurting yourself attempting to say open beta is an excuse for a possible crappy game in peoples eyes. If someone doesn't like it they don't like it , period. Saying it's beta doesn't change that fact. Let it go.

    Tell me a game in BETA TESTING(whether its stage 1, 2 , 3 or Open Beta Testng) that has had ZERO issues. Ill give you untill the end of the year(though I doubt youll need at as there is no such game).

    "Possibly we humans can exist without actually having to fight. But many of us have chosen to fight. For what reason? To protect something? Protect what? Ourselves? The future? If we kill people to protect ourselves and this future, then what sort of future is it, and what will we have become? There is no future for those who have died. And what of those who did the killing? Is happiness to be found in a future that is grasped with blood stained hands? Is that the truth?"

  • codejackcodejack Chattanooga, TNPosts: 208Member
    Originally posted by akiira69
    Originally posted by chaintm
    Originally posted by akiira69

    Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.

    Dude, just stop hurting yourself attempting to say open beta is an excuse for a possible crappy game in peoples eyes. If someone doesn't like it they don't like it , period. Saying it's beta doesn't change that fact. Let it go.

    Tell me a game in BETA TESTING(whether its stage 1, 2 , 3 or Open Beta Testng) that has had ZERO issues. Ill give you untill the end of the year(though I doubt youll need at as there is no such game).

    Are they going to completely overhaul the interface, combat mechanics, and class selection and progression? 

    Bugs we understand; just making a crappy game is something else.

  • furbansfurbans Tinbucktwo, IAPosts: 965Member
    Originally posted by Allacore69

     


    Originally posted by kompleksaki

    Originally posted by akiira69 Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.
     

     

    That's only true for F2P games. F2P games always hard launch during open betas. Cash shop up and running,characters not getting wiped = launch.

    When the game officialy launches there will be way less new players slamming the servers than today.


    SWTOR and DC Universe did not have wipes between beta and launch.

     

    Total and utter BS,  SWTOR DID have whipes if memory is correct.  Now there was an early access phase but they did have char wipes between beta and launch.

  • furbansfurbans Tinbucktwo, IAPosts: 965Member
    Originally posted by Allacore69

     


    Originally posted by stayontarget
    Are those items even needed?

     

     


    No they are not needed. Nobody needs mounts and special companion to play the game or progress easier. Hell, you get free companions anyway.

     

    Except you will have to spend 2 mill for training otherwise for the mount.  A car is not neccessary in life technically yet everyone pretty much views it as a mandatory asset.

  • JDogg126JDogg126 Southeast, MIPosts: 44Member

    lol.  just stop playing free to play games if you don't like the reality that these games are in no way, shape, or form actually free to play.  you'll either spend real money for cash currency (zen) or you'll need to play alot to build up the time currency (astral diamonds) in the game in order to convert it to cash currency.  either way it is not free and what you want to buy will determine if you need the zen or the astral diamonds.  whether you pay with your time or your money is completely up to you and your situation.  if you go into this game expecting to pay $15 a month like a sub game you'll be much happier as a player in any free to play game not just this one.

    one last thing.. you cannot go into a free to play game with pay to play expectations.  of course you're going to see convenience and vanity items you want and covet.  of course.  it's how they pay the bills and feed their kids.  they completely eliminated the barrier to entry for everyone but the community that plays this game does need to support it financially.  everyone should spend at least a little bit of money if you like the game.  the end.

  • JasonJJasonJ New Port Richey, FLPosts: 395Member
    Originally posted by JeroKane

    But with the current prices on the Zen shop for a T3 mount / T3 companion.  35 - 40 dollars/euro PER character (not even account wide)!! Sorry you used to buy an entire MMO expansion for those prices.

    Thankfully I have no need at all for any of the mounts or companions in their shop.

    If I did, I would just wait for the game to be released in Asia, get the Asian client and pay 1/4th the price because like all PWI games, they charge far far more in the west.

    I will not support any one of their games with money in the west as long as they do that, and sooner or later, they will learn and lower their prices. There is no reason at all for a virtual item to have one price in one country, and a different price someplace else. There is no production, shipping, importing or taxes to pay for.

  • kompleksakikompleksaki ThessalonikiPosts: 81Member
    Originally posted by Allacore69

     


    Originally posted by kompleksaki

    Originally posted by akiira69 Open Beta Characters are never whiped if you did Beta Testing before you would know this. Beta stages 1 - 3 have character whipes at the start of each new testing cycle. Open Beta Testing never does. THis is has been the standard for all beta testing.
     

     

    That's only true for F2P games. F2P games always hard launch during open betas. Cash shop up and running,characters not getting wiped = launch.

    When the game officialy launches there will be way less new players slamming the servers than today.


    SWTOR and DC Universe did not have wipes between beta and launch.

     

    You obviously confuse early access with open beta.

  • SulaaSulaa nPosts: 1,151Member Common
    Originally posted by JeroKane

     

    I don't mind to work a little to get decent items in a game.

    I don't mind the studio's need to make some cash via the Item Shop.

    But with the current ingame prices on vendors (currency / AD). Wow! It puts the average Asian grinder to shame.

    But with the current prices on the Zen shop for a T3 mount / T3 companion.  35 - 40 dollars/euro PER character (not even account wide)!! Sorry you used to buy an entire MMO expansion for those prices.

    The game is fun and gameplay decent done. It's the ingame vendors and Zen Cash Shop that instantly turned me off from this game!

    Even with Cryptic's other games (CO and STO) it's not this bad. And most likely due to those games not been F2P in beginning and so have a different ingame / cash shop balance.

    Sorry.... but for me Cryptic has reached a new low again.

    Shame me once with CO. Shame me twice with STO. Neverwinter is third strike and out!

    If you don't like microtransaction mmorpg's and from your various forum posts I assumed - then man up finally and stop playing them !    Seriously...

  • Mtibbs1989Mtibbs1989 Fredericksburg, VAPosts: 2,920Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by stayontarget

    Are those items even needed?

     

     No they're not needed, OP is complaining because he doesn't understand.

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