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Vanguard and Shadowbane.
Almost forgot Freaking Dark and light.
"Negaholics are people who become addicted to negativity and self-doubt, they find fault in most things and never seem to be satisfied."^MMORPG.com
Originally posted by Betaguy Tabula Rasa for me as well.
Originally posted by PAL-18 Age of Conan,maan i thought that its going to be Anarchy Online meets Hyboria,i was wrong.
anarchy online was a nice game
but only b4 shadowlands
after shadowlands never touched funcom games
and it will stay so
Originally posted by SavageHorizon The vets will remember this http://www.darkandlight.com/en/
Hell yeah... I was so hyped for this game.... and so much fail...........
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Originally posted by ThaneUlfgar I'd say Vanguard or Warhammer Online.
Vanguard is alive and going strong.
SO many to list,..but top 3
Tabula Rasa !
Originally posted by Punk999 Vanguard and Shadowbane. Almost forgot Freaking Dark and light.
Agree on all counts. Oh, and Wish by Mutable Realms.
Tabletop RPG gaming since Chainmail and D&D was a blue book with some cheap plastic dice and a crayon. MMORPGing since MOOS/MUDS, when forums were just bulletin boards and players actually roleplayed their characters.
Ill say it....
Great ideas, terrible execution and bugs that were persistent until the day they pulled the plug. This game is one half of the reason why there has not been a true AAA western Themepark in almost 10 years. The other reason, of course, is the WOW factor.
Raptr link because it's the cool new trend:
Originally posted by Mystais Originally posted by Punk999 Vanguard and Shadowbane. Almost forgot Freaking Dark and light.
Oh god forgot about wish!
Originally posted by stevebombsquad Originally posted by SavageHorizon The vets will remember this http://www.darkandlight.com/en/
My forum name is the future and the resurrection.
This was 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUWr20nxq3Q
It didn't turn out how the developers originally said it would turn out.
Tabula Rasa for sure. Playing that game was a heart break because all the pieces where there to make a great game.
I didn't mind leveling in SWTOR at all and think it's well done. End game on the other hand is a completely different story.
Originally posted by Esorono This is the thread of the MMOs that could have been. Some MMOs out on the market had great potentials, they promised great mechanics, fluid combat, great graphics, ect. But then you log in and just notice the game fell flat on their face and never recover years later because the developers just don't seem to care. The games that make you say "This game could have been a lot of fun if the developers decided to save it." What MMO do you believe had the most potential but failed in execution?
In no particular order, my three are:
TCoS (The Chronicles of Spellborn)
Vanguard , AoC, Gods & Heroes( x 2 ) :P
It's a sad day indeed when a family is too afraid of reprisals to publicly thank somebody for saving their lives.
You know Funcom should be paid to come up for concepts for competent people to develop not develop themselves.
WAR ,it could have been a great mmo if it launched more polished,3 factions, better crafting and pve,a world not zones linked by portals
Originally posted by Rthuth434 besides WAR, every single Funcom MMO. i can understand GW2 for its potential, but the execution is head and shoulers above TSW, AoC and AO. It's worse than it should be, but not close to a failure of those proportions. It actually has great execution on many of its ideas and when you look at the fact that despite the attitude of most of this forum(which is identical for every MMO that's well liked, yes even SWG and DAoC and EQ a decade ago, i was here) it's not a failure at all.
None of the games you mention even come close to D&L, if you were really here you would know this. Most here were not about when D&L was being made so they wouldn't know what a real failure is.
Remember this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVPfslIId2Y