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Alleji

Member Since 19 Aug 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 13 2014 06:04 PM

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In Topic: GW2 has a content, not a feature problem.

13 July 2014 - 05:24 PM

GW2 will always have a content issue because of the way it is designed.

Game has no replayability, so whatever content they put out is going to be played through quickly and left behind and it's impossible to produce content faster than players will go through it if there's no replayability. The worst part is that the content they already produced in the past isn't even there anymore for new players or players who took a break.

I don't think it's even possible to create content with high replayability value ("endless grind" doesn't qualify) in GW2 without overhauling the core of the game. It just wasn't designed that way and changing it now seems way too late. It needed to happen in 2012.

In Topic: What is to come of Cantha?

29 April 2013 - 11:39 AM

Wow, I was sure this was a joke... scrolling down halfway through page 1 and wondering why OP hasn't been flamed for trolling yet.

But then I looked at the links. Mind = blown. They're really doing it. Just wow.

In Topic: Is it even possible to get a Legendary without playing the Trading Post?

10 April 2013 - 01:01 PM

Of course it is - you can get it as a drop.

Hurr durr.

In Topic: Survey: Guild Wars 2, the revolutionary MMO?

08 April 2013 - 11:28 AM

Thread title should've been "Survey: are you still brainwashed by the pre-release hype and marketing?"

There isn't much revolutionary about GW2. It took some things from other MMOs, such as Warhammer's PQs --> events and upgraded them. (I wouldn't even say "perfected" because there's so much untapped potential in the event system.) It added a few nice quality-of-life features such as shared gathering nodes and giving res to everyone. But in other respects, GW2 is not just a step, but a giant leap backwards from GW1. Anet butchered the brilliant skill system and PvP combat of GW1 in favour of 10-minute casualness... which is the opposite of a revolution. It's been the trend in MMOs since about 2008.

In Topic: When people say Berserker

29 March 2013 - 12:26 PM

View PostZshinobi, on 26 March 2013 - 12:26 PM, said:

After reading through this thread I went onto gw2lfg.com and look what I saw
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Wow, how the game has changed in just 3 months...

And why do all these people want to do multiple runs of cof p1? Don't you get the reward only once per day? And cof p1 is faceroll easy anyway?