Last edited by Zdrasti; 2012-08-28 at 03:10 PM.
installing now. real excited
I dont know what i will do when i get to 80, but taking at least two chars to 80 (which i will do) will give me more than enough content for what i paid.
I dont like much PVP, but that's just me, i still like the game more than enough to justify its price.
I think i will give this game a whirl, its seems to be worthy of the price tag and any more is a bonus, probably wont replace wow for me but who knows, i was kinda hoping to play one or the other, but they i guess that wont happen at least for now.
Monk, I need a monk!!!
I always laugh about the "no sub, no updates" argument.
Going by GW1, our updates will consist of new expansions every 6-12 months for $60, instead of every 2 years for $180 for very little content + the $60 for the actual expansion.
Also considering how much content there actually is in every zone, most casuals wont be hitting 80 for months.
Last edited by woodydave44; 2012-08-28 at 03:44 PM.
I'll post it again, apart from the already great things in the game itself, is it just me or this game is just too damn beautiful O.o
2- I'm not much a PVP lover but it didnt seem sklow to me, but you would do well getting other points of view.
3- Overflow system had HUGE flaws the first couple of days, but day after day they are fixing it. There are still some problems with grouping, some maps since they have several layers make your team mates dissapear from the mini map even if they are not that far away and you are all in the same overflow. They need to fix the system a little more, but i'm confident they will.
4- Again, not very fond of PVP so i wouldnt know exactly.
5- Rewards for competitive players are there, but they are cosmetic, top of the line players wont have a huge difference in power from very casuals, actually they would have less power difference than someone raiding normal to someone doing LFR in WoW.
Sir Robin, the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Sir-Lancelot.
Who had nearly fought the Dragon of Angnor.
Who had almost stood up to the vicious Chicken of Bristol.
And who had personally wet himself, at the Battle of Badon Hill.