It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
If I have to watch something non-dynamic, I watch a movie or a series. At least I have much better actors and a better storyMadFrenchie said:I don't actively antagonize folks who watch them. Just don't understand the appeal.
Then again, aside from sports and watching things with the girlfriend, I don't watch TV in general, either.
I prefer actively participating in my entertainment.
Let's fix DjDriVer's drivel:Enigma7337 said:This is an incredibly bad explanation.DjDriVer said:Consider this if you will...an example being WoW. You pat $19 for World of Warcraft, then spend $15/month say for 4 yrs. Let's not forget the expansion every 2 yrs, which usually costs $50. BAMM! you have just paid $820.00 for a game. go on, drive on down to Walmart and fork out $820.00 for a game, the wife will divorce you, not to mention having to take out a 2nd mortgage on the house to buy the game at that price. F2p may try to gank you with an item mall, but that is by choice.
4 years of being entertained for thousands of hours for only $820 is a steal.
You pay $40 just to see a movie that lasts measly a hour and half.
I can pay my $20 for a game and get 8 hours of entertainment in the first day, and then 20+ hours of entertainment for $15 for the rest of the month.
Unfortunately, Elder Scrolls Online is a good example of "real bad technology".
- Mega server- Broken replica of dungeons where people don't see each other (did they fix this garbage yet?)
- Half hour speed runs
- No name tag above player, this sure makes it immersive
The story line is quite "guided" if you follow it. You'll get new quests regularly for it.Gorwe said:I should give ESO another go. Sure, it's much too loose for me(I prefer guided approach of SWTOR), but I haven't got anything better to play as is. Should I?
KnightFalz said:No game has mandatory daily logins. Many reward those that opt to login daily.