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Guild Wars 2 Password Attacks

Ars Technica has an unconfirmed report that ArenaNet has been experiencing attempts at unauthorized access to Guild Wars 2 accounts. These differ from the typical such attacks as they are reportedly the result of a breach at an unnamed Guild Wars fan-site, and that the perpetrators are now trying the username and password combinations from the site to take advantage of users who also use them for their game account. They include the obvious warning that this is not a good idea.

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23. Re: Guild Wars 2 Password Attacks Sep 8, 2012, 06:54 OpticNerve
 
WyldKat wrote on Sep 8, 2012, 04:47:
Frijoles wrote on Sep 7, 2012, 23:22:
Divinity's Reach is a good example of mind-blowing graphics. Absolutely stunning how alive they made that city feel. If you lower the graphics all the way to the bottom, it does look meh. But on full, there's no MMO that compares to it IMO. It'd do well even in a single-player contest of graphics.

It needs to be said that it's not just the graphics that are spectacular, it's the animation too. For example, look at how your feet and legs adjust to various types of terrain. You can even prop one leg up on a barrel if you want to. There's also cloth and hair animation which you rarely see in an MMO. My norn shield maiden with flowing crimson hair is a sight to behold on the battlefield!

I have to second this. I'm trying to think of other MMOs with better animations but I'm drawing a blank. There's just so many great subtle nuances in the various animations in GW2.

Asurans are the most obvious ones with them looking like they'll topple over from the weight of their heads (ironic really). But even the plain humans have nice details such as how greatswords wobble when you strafe left and right and how their idle animation is weapon-context sensitive such as a greatsword idle animation having your character check the edge of their blade. I especially like how grass and vegetation gets pushed back from the force of certain skills or when you move through them.

There's a lot of really neat stuff if you slow down and take your time to look around.
 
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