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Nyctelios said:I had a blast with ESO when it was remade (and they got rid of the bots), but I solo'ed the whole thing - even group content. Also don't like they scatter locked content behind paywall on base game maps and base game progression. Finding a box I can't open because I don't own a dlc after exploring a hidden spot is a slap in the face instead of a reward. I guess they tried to pull the "oh, ok, I'll buy it then" type of feeling on players but it works the opposite direction for me: I see something like that and it's an instant turn off.
Also, not great experiences on dungeon runs.
unclemo said:It is a Trove thread, which is developed and published by Trion, whose CEO is Scott Hartsman, who promotes Leftist politics in addition to what many consider to be unethical business practices, all of which are subject to scrutiny by this community.DMKano said:unclemo said:
It's Trion tho' - Enough said.
Yup. Trion is permabanned for me along with EA.
I am surprised Mr. Hartsman isn't the first to reply. He must be busy spaming his advocacy for Leftism elsewhere this morning.
Name a single Californian based game studio where majority of the devs are not heavily leaning left.
Hartsman is pretty outspoken about his political views on his personal Twitter account - but again this has diddly squat to do with Trove, as Hartsman didn't write a single line of code for Trove.
This is a Trove thread, right?
GeezerGamer said:When I compare my game play from older WoW vs GW2, I preferred the older methods.Kajidourden said:GeezerGamer said:I've never been a fan of level scaling.
Seriously, why even level?
That's because you don't understand how it works.
No game with level scaling leaves you at the exact same power level at endgame as you are at the beginning.
In ESO for example if you are dying to starter area mobs at CP 160 you are an idiot, period.
That's all there is to it.