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  • The 10 Greatest MMORPG Heroes of All Time - The List - MMORPG.com

    image This guy has been trying to avenge his people for nearly 20 years.
    Fippy, you're a true hero, you relentless bastard.


    TheHavokangerbeaver
  • I hate loot boxes and so does Francis.

    wesjr said:
    It must really suck when you go ANYWHERE because just about every place you go charges for anything "extra" and yes loot boxes are something extra to the game. 

    There's something similar to loot boxes, in which you didn't want, costs money after the fact, came from complacency in trusting people, and is damn hard to get rid of after you got it. The only difference for most people is that STDs are free and didn't require a $60 initial cost.
    Kyleran
  • Will there ever be another "deep" Star Wars MMORPG?

    Here's what we do.

    Launch a Kickstarter, raise funds to buy a Star Wars license, and then give it to Obsidian.

    Rejoice.

    edit; There is another option.

    Launch a Kickstarter, raise funds to buy EA, and then burn the bitch to ground.

    Rejoice.
    Azaron_NightbladepantaroOctagon7711StjerneoddSteelhelmpsychosiz1
  • New Brad McQuiad Interview "I want to make Worlds. Not games."

    All I can say is that Brad's philosophy to making games is the same as my philosophy of playing them. I want to be immersed. I don't care about min/maxing, I don't care about the virtual hoarding of trinkets, I don't care about logging off feeling that I "progressed" one step further to some imaginary finish line. I just want to lose myself for what ever time I have the opportunity to do so.

    Brad is basically making an MMORPG for me. 

    It seems that VR wants to nail the social aspects, and if they can, it will greatly help with Pantheon being self sustaining. If you doubt the impact that socializing can have, look at Facespace. All it takes is a platform that allows people to form their own communities. Once those communities form and they start sharing experiences together, they'll grow stronger. I've re subbed to EQ just to pop in and say hello to people. I would think that VR is on the right track for this type of MMO, and at this point, if anyone can pull it off, it's them.

    @Kilsin
    Any plans to make chat channels accessible to inactive accounts via web?
    Gdemamidragonlee66Kayo83
  • World of Warcraft - Five Things Blizzard Needs to Leave Behind in Legion - MMORPG.com

    I'm sure they'll do just fine. They have the very best business school graduates working on it.
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