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Jean-Luc_Picard

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Jean-Luc_Picard
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  • Why do people hate isometric?

    Isometric was nice in the 90s, because 3D wasn't really a possible choice.
    That's no longer true, and to get the best immersion in a 3D world you of course need a real 3D rendering of that world.
    AlBQuirky
  • The new ESO "new player" experience with the skill adviser and level-up rewards

    I wonder if the leveling rewards will be retroactive... for the mount and costumes.
    Octagon7711
  • Why i cant play MMORPG more then 1Month?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attention_span

    ??? ;)

    Joke aside, you may have tried the wrong games.
    If you enjoyed L2, you may want to try Black Desert for the PvP. Join a good PvP guild and enjoy.
    Sovrath
  • ESO MMORPG of the Year at MassivelyOP

    Another thing those who talk about "cookie cutter" specs forget is that you don't stick with one skill set in ESO (unless you're very bad or very lazy, usually both). You swap skills depending on the situation.
    Just for questing and normal dungeons, I have 3 different skill sets, tank, dps and thief (stealth).

    So to make it short:
    - Cookie cutter skill sets are rarely the best for you.
    - There's not one best way to make a character for a similar role.
    - You better be ready to swap skills (and also equipment) if you really want to be efficient.

    People who didn't get that have just barely touched the complexity and the power of ESO's character development system/
    Phrypokrakaliven
  • Anybody skip the recent gen of mmos?

    sgel said:
    I play what I feel is good regardless of time period or generational standard. Right now Black Desert isthe best mmo I've ever played. it literally is what Vanguard SOH could've been.
    As a fan of Vanguard I don't agree with your comparison.
    BDO is a very pretty grindfest with lots of AFK gameplay in a strange eastern-perceived pseudo-medieval setting.

    It's nothing like what Vanguard was.

    open world sandbox. non instanced.

    Has a mini game system like diplomacy / has an amazing crafting system / Amazing Role playing components / Almost identical resource gathering with the added plus of the node and worker system /

    Maybe you and I played a different version of vanguard ...... or we just played vanguard completely different which is another thing BDO has in common, no two players will play it the samw way.


    I love BDO, but the game still has some anti-RP elements. Like the gender locked classes, or the weapon limitations.
    Give me BDO with ESO's character classes and development and you'll have a winner.
    KyleranConstantineMerusMaurgrim