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I don't think it's much of a stretch..scorpex-x said:I know the MMO market is devoid of new titles and as such, so is this future of this website but you're really stretching the term MMO here
Try it before you buy it. tape the monitor to your face.SBFord said:I dunno. VR just doesn't do anything for me at all. I don't want to have some clunky thing strapped to my face that divorces me from the sights and sounds of my "real life".
And I still maintain that having something that close to your eyes for extended periods of time is a bad, bad idea. I wear glasses normally so the thought of a face mask is highly unappealing. I also have a proclivity to vertigo that is generally "righted" by visual reorientation in the room. Lastly, I want to see longitudinal studies on the effects of VR headsets on a person's health before I'll even consider it.
I think I'll just stick to desktop monitor tyvm.
Goes to re-read "Ready, Player One".
They follow the lead rather well
Nah, the turn based combat was good. Some people just don't like it, or want easy mode. D:OS2 actually has easy mode. Games like this are more tactical in nature instead of run and gun. OS2 also has a lot of really great storylines to follow, and it's well voiced, well acted, and very well put together.Gorwe said:The first one played like a crap if you didn't do what they wanted you to do(use elemental crap 24 / 7 / 365). It also looked like crap and had a crappy cartoon like story with one of most irritating cast ever. Idk, maybe manga guys can bear it. Me? Fuck off. Ugh, what a dreadful game!cheyane said:I am so very happy reading this. I absolutely loved the first game with all its flaws. The cheese seller and that guy who tries to trick you into having sex with him, their voices still occasionally still run through my head. My son who did not play the game was singing one of the vendor chants without realising it.
If you cannot get into the turn based combat or the way the game plays and looks I must say you're missing something really good and that's a pity.
Will be playing this as soon as I finish with my current stuff or else they will all be shoved aside in favour of this gorgeous game.
Well, 5 mounts, but yeah I like how they add to the game. I was kind of against the idea of mounts at first, but now I really love running around with my griffon.Lord.Bachus said:Sure there are only 4 mounts..
but they are full part of the progression system
they are part of the game..
and i love how they are a part of it.
this has become by far the best mmo for me
playing really casuall these days
i allways loved the combat
there is atleast some challenge to it
and the world feel
and with the new expansions class and build diversity is huge
the stories have hugely improved
Making the world lore quite immersive..
this is by far the best themepark mmo out there
and the only ome that makes the whole world part of the endgame