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Yeah, maps like this certainly made exploring worthless:Gdemami said:The exploration was ruined the moment homo sapiens figured out maps.
Sure, you can go even further and blame the ability to use tools or even articulate what one would call language...
3D TVs problem really is that it has too little effect so it isn't worth wearing the silly glasses.Elidien said:I think it will be "how does VR do?". Right now, VR gaming reminds me of the discussion around 3D tv. 3D tv while interesting and kinda cool in some ways, never "tipped" and went big.
I am curious what will happen with the technology behind VR. Will it be big and therefore appeal to the consumer? If so, how will the price change?
I think a lot of the market is waiting to see if VR will "trend" or not.
Dragonlance is a pretty hard IP to do right, to get a similar mode to Weiss and Hickmans books is hard enough as a DM, to do it in a MMO takes a very talented crew.Nilden said:I want to say Dragon Lance but if it's being developed by crytic and perfect world with a cash shop it's better off not existing.
In fact pretty much any IP mentioned would probably never be done right and just injected with cash shop cancer.
...but hey, if done right...
Yes, some FPS games can be called MMOFPS (like Planetside to mention one) but so what? Mobas are not massive and therefor not MMOs. We can all continue to discuss if a massive FPS games with many players are a MMOFPS or not (yeah, probably is) but that has zero to do with the topic.Tamanous said:Definitely an issue with the thread title vs the body.
You use MMO in title and MMORPG in the body. There are many MMOs but not all are MMORPGs. RPG denotes a type of MMO.
Multiplayer in MOBA is different than Massively Multiplayer in MMO or it would be called MMOBA. You people overthink the shit out of everything when the answer is right in front of your faces. MMO suggests some significant ability to interact within the main portion of the game with a massive amount of players.
What keeps MMORPGs an actual MMO is entirely another matter as discussed in another recent thread.
This website also admittedly discusses many types of online and RPG-like games despite their name.