Screw all of you, i will be rolling a yahg.
As for who you would play? Why would anyone play something other then the Geth? You can get away with botting because you are a bot! Though that didn't stop Galaxy of Fantasy from trying to ban a geth.
"Man is his own star. His acts are his angels, good or ill, While his fatal shadows walk silently beside him."-Rhyme of the Primeval Paradine AFC 54
You know a community is bad when moderators lock a thread because "...this isnt the place to talk about it either seeing as it will get trolled..."
The Mars Soundtrack is a variation on the Galaxy Map sound track.
There's a definite similarity between the two . . . or am I crazy?
Even if BW recouped the expenses, I would expect them to think long and hard before starting development on another MMO.
Regarding TOR - great story and possibilities, not so great endgame and multiplayer content.
Verdict: Stick to singleplayer games.
Tanking was dreadful...
True. TOR got the RPG elements down, but none of the MMO ones were really good.
He shat his pants continuesly for 5 minutes from i arrived to his demise.
I think Bioware should stick to single-player RPGs. KOTOR, JE, ME, DA any universe is very good.
Witcher utilises biowares proprietary Aurora Engine.
The Aurora Engine was the 3D successor to BioWare's earlier, 2D game engine, called the Infinity Engine. The engine allows for real-time lighting and shadows, as well as surround sound.
I guess Bioware have some great talents outside of scripting.
I'm a bit hesitant about an ME MMO myself. Not because of SWTOR, but because of the genre in general. Frankly, WoW has been the only truly successful MMO since it's release. Every other MMO either fails, or sustains itself without living up to expectations. We've seen this with Warhammer, LOTRO, Rift, SWTOR, AoC, Aeon, and so on and so forth. An ME MMO might make BioWare money perhaps but I'll be highly skeptical if it can even hope to give WoW competition.
I don't even like WoW anymore, yet I do see it as being the king of the genre because no one has even come close to touching it since it stole the crown from Everquest.
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And practically every MMO has mentioned going F2P at some point. They need to weigh their options. And, contrary to popular belief, making your MMO F2P is not a last-ditch effort to save a dying game, it's just a good business model if done right. Hell, even WoW is partially F2P.
SW:TOR really didn't do that badly. In fact, I would go so far as to say it did a lot better than a good chunk of new MMORPGs do right out of the gates.