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We were complaining about the the long wait between turns, not about turns themselves.Gdemami said:Turn based combat taking place in turns....*shocking*
You can also avoid PvP by playing only with character creation screen and never proceeding further. Considering the experience you'll get if you never leave Eternal Kingdoms the character creation screen might even be more fun.genaknosc said:Of course it is consensual PvP, by logging into a campaign you are consenting to PvP. You could always just stay in an Eternal Kingdom with PvP disabled though if you want.Gobstopper3D said:
Not sure what to make of this game yet. It is a PvP game but there will be seperate servers so there is the possibility of a PvE server? I'm sure this was all fleshed out in some interview but I haven't kept up with all the info out on the game.
I used to follow the game until I learned it was going to go pvp centric. It think it will have pve, but only to provide fodder for pvp players. It's not consensual pvp either. I don't think there will be pve only servers.
I hope the game is successful, but doubt it will ever be more than a niche game with a small population. Which is fine, as long as it makes enough to keep it going. If I'm off on any of this i'm sure someone will correct me.
That belief isn't always true.Horusra said:For me has less to to with political bias and more to do with economic belief. I believe free market capitalism is the driver of innovation. When someone can make some cash people will compete for it.
Most customers don't have the time required to do research on whether they should reject a game. They've got to do their job, their household chores, and take care of their kids. What little free time they've got after all their obligations is too precious to be wasted on research about game monetization practices.Horusra said:I would rather the government butt in as little as ever possible and I personally believe jumping first to government banning for this should be the last step not the first. Customers should reject games with it. If they do not then they accept the practice.