would love some in-depth info from the testers, it's not like they can pinpoint your account if you break the NDA on these forums.
Lol, I know that my $150 was well worth it, just from the weekend testing that just passed
I'd save my money for Guild Wars 2. No sub fees, more unique features.
This is a warning, I really should just infract for trolling.
Last edited by Trollsbane; 2011-11-17 at 02:29 AM.
Not to me. The game feels too choppy and buggy and the quests are so boring. It's literally kill 'x' so and so amount of times or collect such and such. There are some things I do enjoy, but so far it's not worth shelling out 15 bucks a month.
I guess by that logic I should divorce my wife, seems I'm addicted to her. I should kick this terrible water and oxygen addiction too.
Also, I can do some cocaine for a few years, then change to meth, I'm not an addict because I changed my drug!
Yes, SWTOR will be worth it. However this really is the game where you won't really learn that until you play it. I judged the game off of a few leaks, or the god awful information that the official site gives us (bad idea, by the way). After having SOMETHING (Cough, NDA, cough) come up, I can say that I am now really looking forward to this game.
"Don't try this hamburger, it only has like 4 ingreedients and it's so boring. It's litterally chew 'x" so and so amount of times and digest such and such."
That is how I read this argument.
Just played ToR and I really liked it. Chat system is decent, much better then for example DC:UO.
Furthermore it has a bit of the feeling that you dont need the online part to enjoy the game. But meeting people to do a dungeon is nice to do aswell.
Granted I am only level 10 but can't wait to continue tomorrow. Last time I felt like this was in 05 when I noticed rogues could wear Defias Masks. Good 'ol times.
The quests are personal taste, but 99% of MMO's have those same quests. The only difference is the presentation. TORs presentation beats out any other in my opinion.
You're argument reminds me of a review of a JRPG I read once, where the guy complained, "It's just a bunch of random battles strung together by a series of story cutscenes." Congratulations, you just described every JRPG ever. Similarly, you're describing every MMO ever. It's the style and presentation that matter. You don't like it? Fine, but don't blame the quests that are literally the same ones every other MMO uses, and pretty much needs to use.