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  • Pantheon about todays live stream

    Lol, so let me get this straight a bunch of people who have been against this game and it’s designe for a while from what I have seen.When we all know that the core stuff the devs are making aren’t changing at this point. Come here Talking about how they hate how the games being designed for the upthteen time and when some body says don’t like it don’t play it. There like how dare you we are just trying to have a discussion? ... The core game isn’t changing and if I didn’t like I wouldn’t stick around trying to convince the fans of it that I know what entertains them.
  • Pre-Alpha 2 Gameplay - Take a Trip Through Halnir Cave - Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen Videos - MMORP

    mmrv said:

    Literally everything they are doing is simply EQ lol. Honestly if that does appeal to you just go play eq1 or eq2 and have immense polished content to play for years as well. The animations are horrible, the effects are horrible, the character models bad, the combat god awful, standing their watching paint dry as your character repeated the same animation over and over again boring. Its just fail at so many levels because like i said if you want that EQ1 is there for you. I don;t see the point of recreating eq1 literally exactly if you are not going to modernize the game.

    Each to their own but sorry spending 45 minutes killing trash humans with no shirts and spiders to get my self a piece of studded armor simply is about as uncreative and lazy retreading as it gets.

    Love the concepts but you goto make it fun, its a visual medium and game first.

    I think that is my biggest concern...TO people who never played EQ it would be a brand new experience but for many of us its a been there done that feeling......Also playing a new game that looks 20 years old is a hard sell in 2018 (or whatever year it releases.)

    Looks 20 years old? Um no maybe 8 or 10 sure but saying it looks pre 1999 is over the top. :/
  • Project Gorgon has launched on Steam for $40 ($30 on sale)

    Scorchien said:
               So , for all those wanting a Trial .. it is coming ... from the dev

    "We do plan on having a free trial, but I'm afraid I don't have a solid ETA for you on when that might be available."

      I dont think it would be to far out

    Who would be waiting for a trial... I mean it was literally free to download and play for years until a few days ago wasn't it?

    True but now that it hit steam you would be surprised how many people that haven't seen it.
  • Project Gorgon - Should You Buy It Now? - MMORPG.com

    Some things I didnt like about PG:
    1) The animal forms are a pain...They arent any fun and dont add to the enjoyment of the game
    2) Fishing is terrible...Click on a crab or fish and thats fishing? really?
    3) Worst game I ahve ever played for selling things...Instead of just putting one merchant in middle of town and letting you sell everything, you have to run to 20 different vendors trying to sell the specialty that only they will buy.
    4) Graphics are subpar no doubt, esp in 2018.
    5) Not enough content...The game has been in development for years and it hasnt added much content....It felt like if I played it hardcore I could get about a months worth of content out of it then Id be about done.
    ^) Overall its just not worth $40.

    I respect your opinion on some of those issue you have. However 1 and 3 are the way PG is and a matter of opinion. 4 and 5 will have a lot fixed in beta as devs have said in the past. 5 I don't agree with at all. Over the past 1 and 1/2 year they added:
    New Website and Forums;
    Multiple new zones;
    A completely new tutorial experience;
    Dozens of new skills;
    Increased skill levels;
    Complete overhaul of the power system;
    Complete overhaul of equipment bonuses;
    New Animal Forms;
    New Animal items;
    Created and implemented an Animal Town;
    Created new quest systems;
    Created New NPCS;
    Added Guilds;
    Added Guild Missions;
    Added Player Vendors;
    Added dispensers;
    Added Work Orders;
    Added the ability to drown;
    Updated many game systems and functions;
    Implemented and Updated the in-game day/night cycle.
    New UI and more
    There is well over a thousand hours to play in this game especially with no class system to hold you from learning new fighting skills.
  • Project Gorgon has launched on Steam for $40 ($30 on sale)

    Kyleran said:
    Lol, some people here would probably swoon if they new how much I already have put into this game. The reason being is that is there is no game out there that is being made with similar  game design concepts of AC. For me this is the closest thing to that yet also has new ideas and the Devs are very passionate . Last night there were tons of people on coming through the starter island and the devs were on helping and answering questions of new comers. Also every night the amount of people on goes up, at any given time yesterday there between 300 and 400 people on.  
    Thank you for well illustrating my point.   You and others are seeking an AC like experience, and outside of badly run emus this game comes the closest.

    Which means you are willing to pay for it, and while you may have spent more, $30 or $40 isn't a lot of money for most here to cover.

    Of course folks may have to cut back on buying any ole game out there just for the heck of it, at least if really interested in this game and its features.

    I here you on that point and honestly I think they are trying to build a loyal player base with this price tag. If they made it free(or low price) you would have all sorts of people coming in trying to change the vision of the game or not testing it and giving feed back as it just went in to beta. With the price tag there they will get mostly people that really looked into the game and honestly want to play and test. Thats how I see it but I could be wrong of course.