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Well, we had it in Lineage 2. And as I mentioned, it was the Hindemith server. Elder Scrolls Online? Guild wars 2? Sorry I don't think they make the grade there. Can't comment on Dark Age of Camelot but when you have a game that isn't realm vs realm, where there are clans/guilds who are all fighting each other and plotting then the power is more fluid. And eventually those larger groups break up and start fighting each other.TheScavenger said:When has that ever worked? In DAOC, there was a side that won the vast majority of time. Lots of people moved to the faction that won the majority of the time. That made the other two factions far less populated, even when they both allied together they were too outnumbered (most of the time).get people together to make it the winning side?delete5230 said:Say you pick the loosing side, will the game suck for you ?
In GW2, people choose the "winning" server and win the majority of the time
In ESO, same thing
The vast majority of people are going to choose the side that wins. Or the side that is most populated (as seen in WoW, most people choose the popular faction of whatever is popular on that server)
No one is going to join a game and go "I wonder what side is losing, I LOVE to lose" no, they are going to go and search what side wins the most and choose that side.
I really don't mean to be that guy but there are a lot of errors in this review.
Otherwise thanks for the review, great information and I'm looking forward to trying the game!
Factual or typos? Because if it’s the latter I like to keep Bill on his toes.
I think that's where I'm the opposite, I love long "time to kill" games (I am assuming that's what that means?).DMKano said:I didnt like it much.
Was bored to tears, but I dont like long TTK games at all, so not a good fit for me.
The game is technically done well, it plays well it looks good, but just not a good fit fot me where it counts - gameplay.
Oh well, differrent strokes and all that
Slaves were kept in Buddhist countries though eventually it was outlawed. There is mention of slavery in Buddhist texts. So it was known and practiced by some.Flyte27 said:I may be mistaken, but they appear to be mimicking Buddhism. To my knowledge, the men couldn't have sex and the women remained separate from the men. They certainly didn't keep slaves.No offense that doesn't make any sense except looking at at it through a 20th/21st century lens.Flyte27 said:
One final note is that the head Guru has two women with him that appears to be slaves. That seems a bit stupid for a group that is supposed to be spiritual.
At any rate, I don't really care that much. I'm just saying I prefer to take the side of the group that doesn't pretend to be anything else but sleazy. This is a bunch of prisoners after all. It's obviously not meant to be taken seriously. I'm just justifying my alignment in my mind heh.