BitWraith wrote on May 9, 2014, 20:27:
I played the game tonight. This comment is officially bullshit. I can confirm that the game is indeed WoW with (a very shitty I might add) sci-fi paint job. The music sucks. The interface is AWFUL (it keeps putting up windows in front of what you need to be looking at). The graphics suck. It certainly doesn't perform as well as it should with graphics that suck this badly. AND, it's still hotbar based combat.
Why are people excited for this?
nin wrote on Nov 4, 2013, 09:25:Probably the hideous F2P monstrosity that they recently released for PS3.
Huh...wonder which one??? Always enjoyed them and Soul Calibur.
NKD wrote on Aug 28, 2013, 21:42:Right now, EQN is nothing but hot air and a few minutes of pre-alpha footage. They're making the game sound like an amalgamation of Minecraft and Guild Wars, which is not exactly what people were expecting from a new EverQuest game.
EQN is more of a sandbox thing. "EQ + SWG + Minecraft" would be the most succinct way to describe it at the moment from what little info we have. More in common with things like UO, SWG, EVE, than the WoW model. In fact the main whines are from people who think it's going too far from the WoW model. Which is ironic considering the pile of dead WoW-clone corpses rotting in the corner.
Gojo wrote on Aug 23, 2013, 10:12:
So? WoW has done this since day one, but it wasn't called micro transactions. You had to pay to change servers, change your name, you can now buy mounts and pets.
This sounds like the same thing to me.
Mr. Tact wrote on Aug 22, 2013, 17:42:They're an outdated remnant of the Cold War. They're exactly the bumbling and crumbling bureaucracy that this dying empire deserves.
I'm not happy with the seemingly over the top data collection the NSA appears to have been engaged in (nor was I particularly surprised by it). However, going from there to an assumption that we don't need them at all is naive, at best.
Beelzebud wrote on Aug 21, 2013, 23:38:
They need to make another game in same style as Symphony of the Night. That is still one of the best side-scroller games ever made.
Julio wrote on Aug 22, 2013, 05:51:
Any reason they're going to give him parole? They're making an example out of him after all...
Kajetan wrote on Aug 21, 2013, 08:55:]
Good! I like games where i know how much money i will spend. Upfront.
InBlack wrote on Aug 13, 2013, 10:30:
You mean the part where they were caught spying on their own citizens?
JohnBirshire wrote on Aug 13, 2013, 00:06:
I've put 350 hours into this game so far, I am slightly addicted based on the fact that I've deleted it 4 times and keep managing to reinstall it again. I spend the majority of my time dueling, I enjoy the fact that this game requires a perfect combination of twitch skills and strategy. In my opinion this game has the best 1 vs 1 combat since early Ultima Online.
jdreyer wrote on Aug 12, 2013, 23:00:
It will be interesting to see how this does. KOF has never been really popular in the west, always behind other games in the genre like Street Fighter, Mortal Combat, Tekken, and Soul Caliber.
What sets KOF apart is that it's characters are still completely hand drawn 2D sprites? I think that's still the case for the most modern iteration, although I haven't played this in a decade.