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hyutei said:disappointed in both the game and Daum as company,the game is badly optimized,and the cash shop made the game pay2win,i expected much from this game,but truth is,its same as with every other game,they can call it NEW,EPIC or what ever,but truth is,its same crap with different name,i dont see people playing this game for too long,it will be like archeage,1st month or two there will be fair amount of players,then it will go down and it will go down fast
this game is archeage 2.0 however,its not even close to being better then archeage,the only thing that is better is graphics,and the skills looking cool,but in my opinion,archeage is better in every other aspect,but they do have 1 thing in common tho,both games will be/are destroyed by their publishers.
What's with the masks?
Is it to de-humanize the characters, so you don't feel so bad about beating the snot out of them?
Then again, that never stopped the majority of millennials/generation Z before. The future will be a violent place indeed.
So they can sell custom masks in the cash shop.
Cool looking class and like most in the game completely ruined by gender locks.
What I feel every time another AAA game with a generic male lead is announced. Which happens all the time.
Not even comparable. Class choice is about class choice, not gender choice.
Playing a story.. well, that's a narrative and there's no choice involved. I had no problems playing Lara Croft or Bayonetta. Just like women shouldn't have a problem playing Nathan Drake or Kratos.
I'll tell you what my main problem with the gender locks in eastern MMOs is... they sexualise the hell out of female choices with pervy design and outfits. They also make them look far too young and almost lolly-like. That's something I don't want to play.
Gender locks are designed for the men so they can drool over attractive virtual females. It's not about equality or anything like that. If you want to support that kind of thing though.. please, go ahead... pretend it's a positive thing for female representation.