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You are the one twisting the truth.Brugas said:Your truth is not truth and your constant twisting is propaganda for anything anti-SotA. Anyone can easily see that, be it in this thread or view your other posts.Aragon100 said:Nothing to say about how developers tried to influence the Steam reviews?
Interesting how you call the truth propaganda.
You avoid all discussions that can be negative which is seen in this reply that is almost only personal attacks.
Negative information is important for developers if they want the game to succeed.
Lol, I see them when I'm playing. Did I hit a nerve?
Thank you, you're proving my point.
Your point being that you have an abnormal hatred for a video game and are trying to turn my opinion post about a game into a debate over numbers? That's all I took from your post.
You're still don't have anything proving your comments. When everyone else knows how empty the game is. The devs are doing the same as you ,they don't answer any questions about the population. Cheers!
And YOU don't have any proof either, and do you know everyone btw lol
Very funny that he is using anecdotal evidence then insisting everyone else prove their assertions/opinions with facts. Good catch.
I’m searching for a multiplayer online game with fantasy lore, and I mean really multiplayer, but not a massive solo online game. I’ve tried many like AA, GW2, BDO, Darkensang, and etc. And I have an issue with all of them. They are too focused on the solo grind, but multiplayer part is very limited like raid bosses or meaningless PvP. L2 before GoD was cool, but it is very outdated now. I would like a game where the PvP and the PvE are linked, and both lead to progression trough multiplayer gameplay. Game where the guilds matter and people really play and socialize with other players. Is there such a game among the vast number of MSOs, called MMOs?
Hachlath said:The game is not ready for launch at all. Needs a lot of improvements imo.
BillMurphy said:“In no particular order, here are our 10 Best MMOs of 2017. Note, not all of these are MMORPG’s, but rather prime examples of the changing landscape of persistent online games.”