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Avalon's musings

A blog about Lord of the Rings Online and other MMORPG's and life...

Author: avalon1000

Perfect World and an almost perfect world

Posted by avalon1000 Wednesday March 25 2009 at 1:01AM
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The Game

I have tried a few "free" online games and Perfect World is a really enjoyable game for the first 40 levels.  After that you will have to spend more money than a subscription game to advance your character.  As an example someone I know in LOTRO played the Vietnam version of the game and spent almost $2k to get to hero.  The female characters in the game look kinda like hookers unless you spring for a cash shop outfit that is less revealing.  By the way if a girl in the game is big chested it's probably not played by a girl. But I had a good time with this game...although it cost me much more to play than the far superior LOTRO when using the cash shop.  Why do these "cash shop" games feel like such a rip off.  If your looking for a fun and dynamic game up to level 40 or so I recommend PW.  Just be aware that higher levels could cost a bit to achieve.

 

Sound

 

How many gamers play with their sound off?  I do...I get so tired of hearing the same phrase over and over "Prepare for the Warbrand Manouver" ...hey it's great at first but after a few times through it's just annoying.  Speaking of a few times through...look developers quit making fellowship/party instances that give the games best armour...it gets very old having to run Kin/Guild mates through time after time and soon you just dread it.  Instead  create good solo quests that are difficult but not over the top. 

 

 

 

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