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Tera really deserve more hype than this.

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  • AkumawraithAkumawraith Member UncommonPosts: 370
    Originally posted by observer
    Originally posted by gamishi

    Just look at how awesome the pvp is ,

    freakin breathtaking zones and dungeons ,

    Amazing graphics ,

    Good crafting system ,

    Free to play game thats pretty much not a pay to win 

    and alot more seriously also shouldnt eu server be more crowded its not like gameforge is that bad >.>

     

    There's also so many negatives to counter this.

    • Quest hubs
    • Time-restricted gathering/crafting/mounts/ etc
    • Combat is animation locked
    • BGs & PvP are terrible
    • Dungeons are terrible
    • Silly Lore and bad stories
    • Gender-locked classes
    • Immersion-breaking  (police and school uniforms etc)
    • RNG loot boxes
    • Campfires/Charms/Buffs/ etc
    • UI/popups are cumbersome and annoying
    • One weapon per class
    • Loot management is atrocious
    • etc..

    These are my opinions, and i could go on, but there are better MMOs that deserve more hype than Tera.

    I do like their f2p model though.  It's not restrictive and their cash shop is optional, but they need to work on their subscription perks.

    Tera is one of the best MMOS out right now.

     

    1. Great story

    2. Amazing combat

    3. Respectable player base

    4. No gold spammers

    5. Fun dungeons

    6. 4.5 million players and growing.

     

    Sure its a F2P game with a cash shop... The good news is its not P2W.

     

    PVP/BGs arent good? well too bad.. MMORPGs are Lore based multiplayer games. I find Tera to focus on PVE more than PVP and that makes Tera Unique.

     

    I have played numerous MMORPGs over the last 12 years and have seen the developers in most focus so hard on PVP content that they end up screwing over or short sighting the PVE side of the game.

     

    Take World of Warcraft for example. It had a wonderful lore based system for several years.. then the developers started focusing too heavily on the pvp side of the game.. now more with Warlord of Draenor you see all of the games starting CC and  armor is nerfed due to pvp player complaints.... Now take a look at the armor .. PVP gear looks sweet.. then look at the PVE gear and we have spandex....

     

    I quit WoW because of the PVE nerfs and over focused efforts towards PVP content... screw Blizzard...

     

    I joined into Tera and love it because they havent taken this step. They stayed along the traditional track of following the PVE route.. PVP is secondary as it should be. I know many PVP loving players will contest this but In defense of Tera I will say this:

     

    Want better PVP go to a PVP server and gank each other.. leave the PVE content at a higher level and you see a successful game.. and there is no doubt Tera is successful.. it has a growing population.. enough of a population that they have had to add new servers. 

     

     

    Played: UO, LotR, WoW, SWG, DDO, AoC, EVE, Warhammer, TF2, EQ2, SWTOR, TSW, CSS, KF, L4D, AoW, WoT

    Playing: The Secret World until Citadel of Sorcery goes into Alpha testing.

    Tired of: Linear quest games, dailies, and dumbed down games

    Anticipating:Citadel of Sorcery

  • gamishigamishi Member UncommonPosts: 31
    Originally posted by Akumawraith
    Originally posted by observer
    Originally posted by gamishi

    Just look at how awesome the pvp is ,

    freakin breathtaking zones and dungeons ,

    Amazing graphics ,

    Good crafting system ,

    Free to play game thats pretty much not a pay to win 

    and alot more seriously also shouldnt eu server be more crowded its not like gameforge is that bad >.>

     

    There's also so many negatives to counter this.

    • Quest hubs
    • Time-restricted gathering/crafting/mounts/ etc
    • Combat is animation locked
    • BGs & PvP are terrible
    • Dungeons are terrible
    • Silly Lore and bad stories
    • Gender-locked classes
    • Immersion-breaking  (police and school uniforms etc)
    • RNG loot boxes
    • Campfires/Charms/Buffs/ etc
    • UI/popups are cumbersome and annoying
    • One weapon per class
    • Loot management is atrocious
    • etc..

    These are my opinions, and i could go on, but there are better MMOs that deserve more hype than Tera.

    I do like their f2p model though.  It's not restrictive and their cash shop is optional, but they need to work on their subscription perks.

    Tera is one of the best MMOS out right now.

     

    1. Great story

    2. Amazing combat

    3. Respectable player base

    4. No gold spammers

    5. Fun dungeons

    6. 4.5 million players and growing.

     

    Sure its a F2P game with a cash shop... The good news is its not P2W.

     

    PVP/BGs arent good? well too bad.. MMORPGs are Lore based multiplayer games. I find Tera to focus on PVE more than PVP and that makes Tera Unique.

     

    I have played numerous MMORPGs over the last 12 years and have seen the developers in most focus so hard on PVP content that they end up screwing over or short sighting the PVE side of the game.

     

    Take World of Warcraft for example. It had a wonderful lore based system for several years.. then the developers started focusing too heavily on the pvp side of the game.. now more with Warlord of Draenor you see all of the games starting CC and  armor is nerfed due to pvp player complaints.... Now take a look at the armor .. PVP gear looks sweet.. then look at the PVE gear and we have spandex....

     

    I quit WoW because of the PVE nerfs and over focused efforts towards PVP content... screw Blizzard...

     

    I joined into Tera and love it because they havent taken this step. They stayed along the traditional track of following the PVE route.. PVP is secondary as it should be. I know many PVP loving players will contest this but In defense of Tera I will say this:

     

    Want better PVP go to a PVP server and gank each other.. leave the PVE content at a higher level and you see a successful game.. and there is no doubt Tera is successful.. it has a growing population.. enough of a population that they have had to add new servers. 

     

     

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  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441
    Originally posted by LacedOpium

    The questing is bad, but it gives you a reason to fight, which is really the highlight of this game, its combat.  People are stuck on this quest-hating thing but its only purpose is an excuse to allow you to enjoy its combat.  In a sandbox there are no quests.  If that is what you prefer, then ignore the quest and go out into the world and fight BAMs, random mobs, do a few dungeons, or PvP to your hearts content.  Again, the combat, in and of itself, is good enough to keep you entertained.  No one is forcing anyone to play this game in any particular fashion.  Treat it like a sandbox, create your own story and just have fun with it.  Truth be told, after the initial go-round, that is what most people do with alts anyway, and I've heard of some people having as many as 18, level 65 alts.  Crazy I know, but i guess the combat can be just that entertaining.

    You are right, but I still wish they had fewer better written quests, preferably longer. Or GW2 styled DEs would have worked just as well.

    TERA is a pretty good game but I am not sure whey they bothered making so many rat killing quests, they could have just done like Lineage (well, when I played it 2001 at least) and had some bounty collectors instead, that is actually more fun and feels less railroaded. The extra resources could have been put on making a few more epic styled quests or some new kinds of mobs instead.

    You can of course play it and ignore the quests but it is still annoying that they bothered to put resources on them. They just don't add much to the game in their current state.

    The graphics and combat system are good though.

  • syriinxsyriinx Member UncommonPosts: 1,383
    Originally posted by LacedOpium
    Originally posted by grimal
    Originally posted by LacedOpium

    The questing is bad, but it gives you a reason to fight, which is really the highlight of this game, its combat.  People are stuck on this quest-hating thing but its only purpose is an excuse to allow you to enjoy its combat.  In a sandbox there are no quests.  If that is what you prefer, then ignore the quest and go out into the world and fight BAMs, random mobs, do a few dungeons, or PvP to your hearts content.  Again, the combat, in and of itself, is good enough to keep you entertained.  No one is forcing anyone to play this game in any particular fashion.  Treat it like a sandbox, create your own story and just have fun with it.  Truth be told, after the initial go-round, that is what most people do with alts anyway, and I've heard of some people having as many as 18, level 65 alts.  Crazy I know, but i guess the combat can be just that entertaining.

    I agree the combat is the highlight.  But its combat is not interesting enough to carry me all the way to max level.  In an MMO, I need more than just flashy combat to keep me interested.  If that's all I wanted, I could just play Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat.

     

    Fair enough,  Though I'd be interested to know which MMORPG does it better.  It is always a give and take with MMOs.  No one MMO has it all.  And if one does, I sure don't know about it.  Now, if your stance is that you just don't like MMORPGs, then that would be a whole different story.  That said, we are all entitled to our different preferences in gaming.

    I personally feel twitch combat doesnt fit well for long play times.  If I want a twitch combat fix, single player games work well.  TERA really has nothing about its MMORPGness that makes it stand out as an MMORPG.  

  • Shoko_LiedShoko_Lied Member UncommonPosts: 2,191

    I started playing TERA a few days ago and I just got to level 51. One thing I can say for sure is the combat is pretty fun. But I think it's true what alot of people say about  the world design. If you pick up the free elite status or sub to elite, you essentially make the world of TERA 100% pointless. For starters you can port anywhere on the spot for free almost like a GM (I haven't used flight paths since day 1). And just to think flight paths used to be an innovative corner cutting way of getting around, now even that's too much work..

    Once you reach the level you can do your first dungeon, you literally never have to step outside of a town ever again and you can just ride the dungeon queue all the way from around level ~23-65. In fact, that's optimal to level up since running dungeons gives a ton of XP. It's kinda of sad because my best memories (for themepark mmo's) was actually questing in zones until I had to actually physically go up to the level specific dungeon to get into it. Now you just do the next dungeon in your level range without ever going there, and when you finish the dungeon it ports you to the dungeon where you can ask yourself (where the hell am I?) This aspect of the game certainly kills a lot of the sense of adventure that COULD be there, but isn't.

  • BanyoHDBanyoHD Member UncommonPosts: 32
    Tera is a great game in the NA region. However in the EU it's run by Gameforge. A developer whom I would compare with cancer in the MMO world. Pay to win items as far as the eyes can see. The publishers have no idea what the game is all about and make sure to update the cash shop primarily before the game to get more revenue. It's a completely different game over here. Hence why I personally rated it so low. Because it's the version I can play with a respectable ping. That is one reason I can see why the game has received a lower rating than some other titles.
  • gamishigamishi Member UncommonPosts: 31
    Originally posted by Shoko_Lied

    I started playing TERA a few days ago and I just got to level 51. One thing I can say for sure is the combat is pretty fun. But I think it's true what alot of people say about  the world design. If you pick up the free elite status or sub to elite, you essentially make the world of TERA 100% pointless. For starters you can port anywhere on the spot for free almost like a GM (I haven't used flight paths since day 1). And just to think flight paths used to be an innovative corner cutting way of getting around, now even that's too much work..

    Once you reach the level you can do your first dungeon, you literally never have to step outside of a town ever again and you can just ride the dungeon queue all the way from around level ~23-65. In fact, that's optimal to level up since running dungeons gives a ton of XP. It's kinda of sad because my best memories (for themepark mmo's) was actually questing in zones until I had to actually physically go up to the level specific dungeon to get into it. Now you just do the next dungeon in your level range without ever going there, and when you finish the dungeon it ports you to the dungeon where you can ask yourself (where the hell am I?) This aspect of the game certainly kills a lot of the sense of adventure that COULD be there, but isn't.

    Yea it kills the sense of adventure , But if u ve already seen it before it would be helpful imo and will save lots of time .

  • KajidourdenKajidourden Member EpicPosts: 2,940
    I wanted to like it....but being mentally-challenged level easy turned me off big time.  I could sit there and let a mob smack me around for minutes on end as a ranged dps and not die.  I went on youtube to look up endgame content...and pretty much confirmed that there was very little challenge to be had.  It was then that I uninstalled.
  • LacedOpiumLacedOpium Member EpicPosts: 2,327
    Originally posted by Kajidourden
    I wanted to like it....but being mentally-challenged level easy turned me off big time.  I could sit there and let a mob smack me around for minutes on end as a ranged dps and not die.  I went on youtube to look up endgame content...and pretty much confirmed that there was very little challenge to be had.  It was then that I uninstalled.

     

    That can be said of most MMORPGs as very few MMORPGs now days offer any challenge.  Matter of fact, I can't think of any.

  • SharkladySharklady Member UncommonPosts: 15
    Originally posted by Kajidourden
    I wanted to like it....but being mentally-challenged level easy turned me off big time.  I could sit there and let a mob smack me around for minutes on end as a ranged dps and not die.  I went on youtube to look up endgame content...and pretty much confirmed that there was very little challenge to be had.  It was then that I uninstalled.

    You could have tried playing something else than gunner though, its a mindless ezy mode class meant to attract those who cant handle anything more complex. I am sure it will get nerf bat pretty soon too.

     

  • BrianDanielBrianDaniel Member Posts: 1
    I think it is quite good game to play once in a while. My small brother likes to play this game. He is the only one to recommend me this game. I am going to purchase acheter black ops 3 .
  • moonboundmoonbound Member UncommonPosts: 396
    Originally posted by Mivi

     


    Originally posted by Jean-Luc_Picard

    Originally posted by Mivi  

    [   It's amusing that this sentence implies that you(others) know what the "truth" is and they(them) do not.  
      no, it implies: is easier to claim to be right rather than try to understand the truth.  
    Yes, my young friend... which means, you say they aren't right (aka not knowing the truth), meaning you imply that you know what truth is (or isn't).

     

    Meaning, you actually do exactly the same thing they are doing.

     


     

    meaning,

    is easier to claim to be right rather than try to understand the truth.

    you'll get eventually

    And you'll eventually get, when you grow older, that when you pretend others don't understand the truth, you are actually claiming to know the truth yourself... which is the pot calling the kettle black.

    It's easier to claim others are wrong than to actually argue to prove them wrong. And "you claim to be right because you don't understand the truth" is hardly an argument... it's something we can hear in the news spoken by some extremists though, be they religious or political.

    Sorry, but you made a totally out of topic attack on all posters here, you put yourself into this. Realizing that "you" aren't better than "them" is a hard "truth" to accept, since you are so eager of knowing "truth".


    Do not listen to this guy jean luc is always around giving patrick stewart a bad name bashing almost every mmorpg out there that isnt eso or eve, he is always trolling and pretends to be older but does not act like it, he loves to pretend he know the truth and always claims to be right when he has been wrong many times.
  • YashaXYashaX Member EpicPosts: 2,415
    I remember when this released in the West and Gamebreaker TV labeled it "Terable" , with Gary (the host) throwing his copy in the bin (or something like that). I could never really understand why they bagged it so much, it was the best looking mmo on the market at the time and the combat system/mechanics and boss fights were groundbreaking for an open world mmo. 
    ....
  • Jean-Luc_PicardJean-Luc_Picard Member LegendaryPosts: 8,075
    moonbound said:

    Do not listen to this guy jean luc is always around giving patrick stewart a bad name bashing almost every mmorpg out there that isnt eso or eve, he is always trolling and pretends to be older but does not act like it, he loves to pretend he know the truth and always claims to be right when he has been wrong many times.
    You're definitely confusing me with someone else. I never defended neither EvE nor ESO.
    That makes your little speech about truth quite amusing actually, thank you for that, I needed a smile after work ;)
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  • winghaven1winghaven1 Member RarePosts: 710
    Originally posted by observer
    Originally posted by gamishi

    Just look at how awesome the pvp is ,

    freakin breathtaking zones and dungeons ,

    Amazing graphics ,

    Good crafting system ,

    Free to play game thats pretty much not a pay to win 

    and alot more seriously also shouldnt eu server be more crowded its not like gameforge is that bad >.>

     

    There's also so many negatives to counter this.

    • Quest hubs
    • Time-restricted gathering/crafting/mounts/ etc
    • Combat is animation locked
    • BGs & PvP are terrible
    • Dungeons are terrible
    • Silly Lore and bad stories
    • Gender-locked classes
    • Immersion-breaking  (police and school uniforms etc)
    • RNG loot boxes
    • Campfires/Charms/Buffs/ etc
    • UI/popups are cumbersome and annoying
    • One weapon per class
    • Loot management is atrocious
    • etc..

    These are my opinions, and i could go on, but there are better MMOs that deserve more hype than Tera.

    I do like their f2p model though.  It's not restrictive and their cash shop is optional, but they need to work on their subscription perks.

    Tera is one of the best MMOS out right now.

     

    1. Great story

    2. Amazing combat

    3. Respectable player base

    4. No gold spammers

    5. Fun dungeons

    6. 4.5 million players and growing.

     

    Sure its a F2P game with a cash shop... The good news is its not P2W.

     

    PVP/BGs arent good? well too bad.. MMORPGs are Lore based multiplayer games. I find Tera to focus on PVE more than PVP and that makes Tera Unique.

     

    I have played numerous MMORPGs over the last 12 years and have seen the developers in most focus so hard on PVP content that they end up screwing over or short sighting the PVE side of the game.

     

    Take World of Warcraft for example. It had a wonderful lore based system for several years.. then the developers started focusing too heavily on the pvp side of the game.. now more with Warlord of Draenor you see all of the games starting CC and  armor is nerfed due to pvp player complaints.... Now take a look at the armor .. PVP gear looks sweet.. then look at the PVE gear and we have spandex....

     

    I quit WoW because of the PVE nerfs and over focused efforts towards PVP content... screw Blizzard...

     

    I joined into Tera and love it because they havent taken this step. They stayed along the traditional track of following the PVE route.. PVP is secondary as it should be. I know many PVP loving players will contest this but In defense of Tera I will say this:

     

    Want better PVP go to a PVP server and gank each other.. leave the PVE content at a higher level and you see a successful game.. and there is no doubt Tera is successful.. it has a growing population.. enough of a population that they have had to add new servers. 

     

     


    I thought you were an intelligent enough person until your statement derived any sense from the point you were trying to make. "PvP is secondary as it should be." That's your opinion and your taste in gameplay in a MMORPG and that's perfectly fine for you to do and it is irrefutable to say that PVE isn't a major factor in any MMORPG but, here's what you are blind to from your own ignorance, is the fact that so is PVP for a lot of players. If it weren't, how come so many MMORPGS have tried to cater to that preference as much as you described?

    That short-sightedness on your own account after having written a good deal about an mmorpg that went down this path and then forget about it is mind boggling. I'm genuinely surprised because you make it sound like you have a good head on your shoulder before you smash together your personal taste and pose it as a living fact as to what an MMORPG 'should be' and not what you want it to be.

    There's no 1 solution or 1 gameplay aspect of an MMORPG that completes it. Several MMORPGs have tried to imitate WoW and failed despite having its core elements or failed trying to be innovative with action orienated combat as opposed to tab targeting much like Tera, which has done an excellent job in its combat imo. What my point here is to just say you're completely wrong when you mark a good MMORPG from just its PVE content because players are as many as they are diverse and many, like myself, find PVP a big feature in an game that shouldn't be shoved aside just because there are people that want to fight AI. I like the competitiveness of battling a real living person!

    But hey. That's just me and that's why this MMORPG isn't my cup of tea. Besides beyond this fact I'm not into most Asian themed video games with their laughable characteristics and races much like that baby cat you are able to play. It's sooo out of place from my point of view, but again, if you're into that, that's your choice.
  • Shoko_LiedShoko_Lied Member UncommonPosts: 2,191
    I wanted to like it....but being mentally-challenged level easy turned me off big time.  I could sit there and let a mob smack me around for minutes on end as a ranged dps and not die.  I went on youtube to look up endgame content...and pretty much confirmed that there was very little challenge to be had.  It was then that I uninstalled.
    There are plenty of boss mobs, or mini-bosses for 3-man dungeons that will 1-shot ANYONE for twice to three times their total HP if you don't get out of the way.
  • YashaXYashaX Member EpicPosts: 2,415
    I wanted to like it....but being mentally-challenged level easy turned me off big time.  I could sit there and let a mob smack me around for minutes on end as a ranged dps and not die.  I went on youtube to look up endgame content...and pretty much confirmed that there was very little challenge to be had.  It was then that I uninstalled.
    There are plenty of boss mobs, or mini-bosses for 3-man dungeons that will 1-shot ANYONE for twice to three times their total HP if you don't get out of the way.
    When I played even normal mobs provided some challenge unless I totally outgeared/leveled them. BAMs were extremely hard (and fun- good opportunity to group), and I had teams wipe numerous times in certain dungeons. This was before it went free to play though so maybe the difficulty has been turned way down?

    I actually had to scroll up and make sure I was in the right thread and that we were talking about Tera when I saw Kajidourden's comment, its almost the complete opposite of my experience with the game.
    ....
  • moonboundmoonbound Member UncommonPosts: 396
    moonbound said:

    Do not listen to this guy jean luc is always around giving patrick stewart a bad name bashing almost every mmorpg out there that isnt eso or eve, he is always trolling and pretends to be older but does not act like it, he loves to pretend he know the truth and always claims to be right when he has been wrong many times.
    You're definitely confusing me with someone else. I never defended neither EvE nor ESO.
    That makes your little speech about truth quite amusing actually, thank you for that, I needed a smile after work ;)
    I have a great bs meter:)
  • rojoArcueidrojoArcueid Member EpicPosts: 10,213
    Viper482 said:

    It gets what it deserves. You are just one of the few who think the game is great, that's okay, but you need to realize it is you and a few others. There is nothing wrong with us.

    If the game had more immersive questing instead of the "kill/collect x of these" grind it would have done much better.

     I totally agree.
    I give credit to Bluehole and EnMasse for adding new classes and the occasional dungeon, but that doesnt make the game more fun to play. I started the new gunner class and i just couldnt go over the boring questing paths the game offers. I was looking forward to the upcoming brawler class and i wont even bother for the same reason.

    They need to add new ways to level up. Grinding bams is boring, after the third one i cant take it anymore. Gameplay is just not fun for me. A good looking game that is way too generic to go back to. IMO that is their main weakness. Too generically uninteresting.




  • iixviiiixiixviiiix Member RarePosts: 2,053
    Only If they make Tera more "action game" than RPG *sigh* . It would be nice if the game have better gamepad support .
    Tera have nice combat system minus the lock target skills of archer and mage.



  • HarikenHariken Member RarePosts: 2,407
    What i don't like about the game will seem odd. But i can't stand the small type against the dark blue menus. It is such a turn off for me. And you have no options to change anything. The inventory is the worse i've ever seen.
  • LacedOpiumLacedOpium Member EpicPosts: 2,327
    What TERA needs most at this time IMHO is alternate leveling areas.  They have a fun combat system and I would love nothing more than to log on and enjoy its combat.  I just have a hard time doing so in the same ol' starting areas and zones.  TERA needs to release expansions with new starting areas and alternate leveling zones for each level.  I am certain that if they did so it would expand their player base exponentially and extend the life of the game for many more years going forward.
  • Shoko_LiedShoko_Lied Member UncommonPosts: 2,191
    YashaX said:
    I wanted to like it....but being mentally-challenged level easy turned me off big time.  I could sit there and let a mob smack me around for minutes on end as a ranged dps and not die.  I went on youtube to look up endgame content...and pretty much confirmed that there was very little challenge to be had.  It was then that I uninstalled.
    There are plenty of boss mobs, or mini-bosses for 3-man dungeons that will 1-shot ANYONE for twice to three times their total HP if you don't get out of the way.
    When I played even normal mobs provided some challenge unless I totally outgeared/leveled them. BAMs were extremely hard (and fun- good opportunity to group), and I had teams wipe numerous times in certain dungeons. This was before it went free to play though so maybe the difficulty has been turned way down?

    I actually had to scroll up and make sure I was in the right thread and that we were talking about Tera when I saw Kajidourden's comment, its almost the complete opposite of my experience with the game.
    I don't think so. I started playing this June well after it went F2P and it's still HIGHLY recommended to gear up in the proper order for end game dungeons otherwise you will get your face chewed off at every boss.
  • rodingorodingo Member RarePosts: 2,869
    edited August 2015
    gamishi said:

    Just look at how awesome the pvp is ,

    freakin breathtaking zones and dungeons ,

    Amazing graphics ,

    Good crafting system ,

    Free to play game thats pretty much not a pay to win 

    and alot more seriously also shouldnt eu server be more crowded its not like gameforge is that bad >.>

     

    Hey @gamishi

    You can do like what a small handful of ESO fans do on these forums regularly and make several posts about sales/revenue or whatever you can to drum up interest for the game.  Maybe if you do that enough it will get more people interested?  Most likely not, but some of the guys over at ESO seem to think it works for whatever reason.  /shrug

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  • SoraksisSoraksis Member UncommonPosts: 294
    Tera was a bad attempt at a good idea.
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