But I am sure it will require MAJOR system requirments and plus I kind of gave up on MMORPG's but if I were to play any MMORPG that would be it sense there is actually things too "do" around in that game... UO is good but I do not like the fact you can loose your best friend at any timing... I just hope it isn't going to become a Wo W clone or anything... I been drawing something everyday to try to regain my skill back... I used to be actually REALLY good in art but then I tossed that ALL to the side instead of drawing and now I can hardly draw at all... SWG they screwed that up and it was unbalanced to start with... (all my opinion so if I say something that upsets it was not intentional) But the content looks really neat! I am part of the Drunken beggar clan on thier forums. The game looks great, however, people are worried about Wow causing addiction, this game looks like it promotes that type of behavior, lol. It feels like they're trying to convince me to play this game instead of living a real life. The game looks great, however, people are worried about Wow causing addiction, this game looks like it promotes that type of behavior, lol. It feels like they're trying to convince me to play this game instead of living a real life. I used to be actually REALLY good in art but then I tossed that ALL to the side instead of drawing and now I can hardly draw at all... that is why I no longer play MMORPG's of any sort...
The final and minor side note is how AV handles their community.
The most toxic members are left unchecked, especially in-game, where global chat will drive away anyone who has evolved beyond 8 grade gym humor and the lowest of internet meme trash.
On the forums the moderation team is all over the place, at times deleting an entire and often valuable thread due to one post, while at other times leaving a cesspool up no matter how low it gets.
When members of the community would try to work with moderators in a productive manner, the end-result was as likely a temp-ban for the one making the effort as it might be for those destroying it, depending on which moderator you happen to get.
Imagine if CCP, in the name of ‘player freedom’, allowed any ship to fit a doomsday on it, and the balance explanation provided was that since everyone can use it, it’s balanced. At least in DF1, which had the same ‘everyone can be everything’ system, balance was attempted with that in mind since day one. The result is not just the expected FOTM lameness that happens in every MMO with such a system that has poor checks and balances, but that combat overall is a cheesefest of who can come up with the cheapest Ao E/CC combo to drop people with because nothing was designed with this system in mind.