http://www.swtor.com/community/showt...59120&page=109Hello there, folks! Normally we restart threads when the reach the 1,000 post mark, but since this has been confirmed at New York Comic-Con, we are going to go ahead and close this discussion. If you'd like to share your thoughts on this announcement, we do have an active thread for talking about Pureblood Inquisitors. You can find it below. Thank you!
Last edited by Sargerus; 2011-10-24 at 04:49 PM.
says the PBs "i can be 1 kind of sith but not the other cuz of my race >< RACISIM im taking BW to court lol"
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No competitive PvP at launch can be good or bad. On the bad side it will be a deal breaker for many players. But on the good side there wont be any kneejerk reactions to class balance within the first month of launch that render pve unplayable. WoW didnt have it at launch and what was added has become very successful. Rift had it at launch and several classes become unplayable in PvE for months due to nerfs for PvP.
Oh cool. The way SR said it in the panel, it sounded like it could still go either way. But that dev quote is nice to see.
But let's not get too off topic with PB Is and Cyborgs. =)
OHH and OT i am quite fine with the way the game is shaped up right now only thing i want is more UI customization as almost EVERY poster here stated
At this point
- UI customization
- No Target of Target
- No Dual Spec
- Lack of info on end game
This will all change of course as time goes on
Only part of the game I really don't favor is the space combat on rails. Other than that the rest of the game looks good to me.
I would enjoy it more if I could play more alien-like races ex. Rodians, Ithorians, Trandoshans, etc. But I understand where they're coming from considering no one wants to see a Trandoshan get it on... unless you're into that kind of thing.
The thing I fear is burnout, so to speak. It's a brand new game, but I have a feeling avid fans will play it as much as possible and as long as possible. From what I've seen and read, most classes share quests save for your specific class story. I could see it being a bit of a grind if it's your fourth or fifth time through the republic or empire stories. I've also read that most people that played at conventions or got hands-on time at the embargo drop thing felt like they didn't really care what level they were because it felt fun. So...hrm. All I know is that I can't wait for this game to come out. All I have to say to Bioware is:
Edit: if the picture is too big, then my apologies.
Shut up and take my money is exactly what I feel atm.
No competitive pvp at launch seems to be the only thing that bothers me.
Ot; Reading the picture with Fry's voice doesn't sound too healthy, too much Futurama I guess.
Last edited by Nev12; 2011-10-24 at 06:21 PM.
The thing i dislike the most about SWTOR right now is that I'm not playing it.
Other than that, its all good.
Actually right now my biggest issue is no target of target and the lack of modifiable UI. I'm fine with the UI but I'm sure lot of people aren't so in order for me not to hear any bitching, I hope they make it more moddable.
Other than that, I'm dying to play the game.
Of lips of splendor and tongues of deceit