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We can just file this under generic wow argument #18696596485905.


Originally posted by Zeppelin4
Its a feature that is waste of resources.

First phasing is all over the place now in the 1-60 game. Half the time my wife and I couldn't even see each other as we level because of phasing.

Two : The content is so mind numbing easy now what is the point? 

Three: Just what wow needs more content that lets players be asses with zero accountability.

Blizzard really needs to get their new mmo out or bring back the A Team for Wow has been going down hill since they left. 


I don't support phasing but i do believe in this.

How would you hold another player accountable on a 'classic server'? you would track them down if they did you wrong? Then what? its either going to escalate or he/she will get a name change.

So are we really talking about revenge here?

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The old days are gone. This is the way they are going forward.

I dont know what to say...Im sure there are alot of developers out there that would like to do something like this but their parent company wont have a bar of it in fear of a bad investment.

Likewise there is a reason mmorpgs cost so much money to make along with large staffs, So doing it yourself on the scale you desire would be very difficult or near impossible.

Maybe if you really believe in your idea you could sell the idea to a small company and they could get community backing?


Originally posted by ForumPvP
Like i said that you dont understand that and im not going to be you RPG mentor ,you need to ask someone else but i give you one example,not more , for example guilds ,yes theres guilds in MMOs ,when someone ganks for example me,i will hunt everybody on that persons guild down,no matter what level they are or what is their name or what they are doing,they are dead.But in your solo game vision its  not possible because those people comes from places where warrior cant follow.

Whatever man, If your content with these disputes consisting of '5 people in zone'


Originally posted by Kuinn

Originally posted by Nitth  

Originally posted by Kuinn What's the purpose of high player density if there's no group content? All it achieves is giving you a lot of competition in PvE, farming the same mobs and nodes from under your nose just to annoy the hell out of you. Awesome mmorpg logic you have there. Tberes used to be group content specificity but no longer. But your above post is flawed because it doest matter if there is group content,   Get out there find some friends and have fun doing some quests. That's what its all about. Nobody likes wandering around in an empty zone, Might aswel play a single player game and be done with it.   

If you group up for solo content with other-dimensional visitors that you cant even consistently hang out with, you're in a small minority. You just dont see random people grouping just to "hang out" in WoW even before this feature was implemented. It would be different story if Blizzard would not have removed all the group content from the open world, but now, what's the point? It's funny they should think that group content is not valid for a MMORPG to begin with.


Originally posted by ForumPvP

Originally posted by Nitth  

Originally posted by ForumPvP Originally posted by Nitth   Originally posted by Wicoa Originally posted by Nitth Get over it. or are we not on the same page anymore? High player density+lag less+Seamless world - that is basic and true mmorpg components.
You don't know what you are talking about, lag should never be a component of mmorpgs, wow has been relatively lag free till now, rift is relatively lag free, heck when I played tera for the box month and a high population guess what... that was lag free to. 
  Maybe i wasnt clear. Mmorpgs should strive for a: 1: high density player presence 2: Be lagless in the face of high player density. 3.Be a seamless open world Get all those working together and you are on your way to the holy grail of mmorpgs. This implementation is getting closer to that goal. (read positive addition)
This implemention is getting closer to that goal RPG simulator v3.7   DM  - Hobgoblin is starting to attack PlayerA -Starts casting a spell -> *interrupted*playerY spawned from other dimension and killed playerA,player Y left the game. playerB - wtf? playerA -im gonna hunt him down,fusk he is from 3rd dimension,well maybe he comes back soon.    
  What difference does it make if the player is spawned just because they are logging on?
To you role playing means lots of unknown players from other servers around you,more unknown people around you means better role playing,i cant tell to you what is the difference because you cannot understand that because the way you think.

 


How can it possibly be better to have empty zones, with the few potential players that could fill them can only come from your server?

ForumPvP: Massively multiplayer online role playing game - solo roleplaying games should be left to single player games. the reason mmorpgs are different is the potential to interact with 100's or 1000's of players globally.



Originally posted by ForumPvP

Originally posted by Nitth  

Originally posted by Wicoa

Originally posted by Nitth Get over it. or are we not on the same page anymore? High player density+lag less+Seamless world - that is basic and true mmorpg components.
You don't know what you are talking about, lag should never be a component of mmorpgs, wow has been relatively lag free till now, rift is relatively lag free, heck when I played tera for the box month and a high population guess what... that was lag free to. 
  Maybe i wasnt clear. Mmorpgs should strive for a: 1: high density player presence 2: Be lagless in the face of high player density. 3.Be a seamless open world Get all those working together and you are on your way to the holy grail of mmorpgs. This implementation is getting closer to that goal. (read positive addition)
This implemention is getting closer to that goal RPG simulator v3.7

DM  - Hobgoblin is starting to attack

PlayerA -Starts casting a spell -> *interrupted*playerY spawned from other dimension and killed playerA,player Y left the game.

playerB - wtf?

playerA -im gonna hunt him down,fusk he is from 3rd dimension,well maybe he comes back soon.

 

 


What difference does it make if the player is spawned just because they are logging on?


Originally posted by Kuinn
What's the purpose of high player density if there's no group content? All it achieves is giving you a lot of competition in PvE, farming the same mobs and nodes from under your nose just to annoy the hell out of you. Awesome mmorpg logic you have there.
Tberes used to be group content specificity but no longer. But your above post is flawed because it doest matter if there is group content,

Get out there find some friends and have fun doing some quests. That's what its all about. Nobody likes wandering around in an empty zone, Might aswel play a single player game and be done with it.

 


This implementation gives nothing but faceless nobodies against you in PvE from other servers. It's actually not even an open world anymore since the quest zones are now shared with a bunch of servers but your cities are instanced only to your servers population, fracturing the world into weird cross-dimensional pockets.

There's no problem with multiple servers helping 'drive' one 'home server'. face facts here the architecture has changed, but is still representative of an open world.

Through battle.net you can locate,play and keep in touch with any character you come accross in any component of the game. Im sure there is a few new technical issues with the new technology at hand but for the most part community can be maintained.


Originally posted by Wicoa

Originally posted by Nitth Get over it. or are we not on the same page anymore? High player density+lag less+Seamless world - that is basic and true mmorpg components.
You don't know what you are talking about, lag should never be a component of mmorpgs, wow has been relatively lag free till now, rift is relatively lag free, heck when I played tera for the box month and a high population guess what... that was lag free to. 

Maybe i wasnt clear.

Mmorpgs should strive for a:

1: high density player presence
2: Be lagless in the face of high player density.
3.Be a seamless open world

Get all those working together and you are on your way to the holy grail of mmorpgs.

This implementation is getting closer to that goal. (read positive addition)


Originally posted by Wicoa
Releasing this feature now right before a major expansion is horrendous anyway, this needed more testing and discussion in a normal time frame.

I don't believe that.

Is there major technical issues or you just don't like it?

Get over it.

or are we not on the same page anymore? High player density+lag less+Seamless world - that is basic and true mmorpg components.

Never had a que for anything. Jade Quarry.


Originally posted by evolver1972
Yes.  I get that.  You can make an ass out of yourself on this website if you want.  You can also write reasoned, thoughtful posts as well.  As long as you follow the rules.

 

Yet, no one has answered my question:  Why do you feel the need to talk about a game you don't like and never will unless it becomes it's own opposite?  Sure you CAN talk about it all you want.  Buy why would you WANT to.


Because people like to converse?

Its not black and white all the time, its not 'us against them' if someone says they don't like x y z aspects of a game it does not mean they 'don't like game'.

If they came on here saying 'gw2 is a POS' then i could see how you could be annoyed but listing a whole area of your concerns is not the same thing if they are truthful thoughts and experiences.

Likewise people like to vent their frustrations, its a healthy thing.

Finally, and possibly something you might not want to hear: They believe that change is needed and are looking to see if it resonates with people.


Originally posted by evolver1972

Originally posted by Nitth  

Originally posted by evolver1972

Originally posted by GeezerGamer  

Originally posted by Aerowyn

Originally posted by GeezerGamer  

 
  Because he paid as much for the game as you. These are MMOs, they are on going and they evolve. In light of recent developments, it's obvious that the game experience you have one day will always be the same going forward. So he has as much right to let the developers (or anyone else who is openly discussing the game) know what he's pleased and displeased about in hopes of getting it changed.
true but don't be surprised if people don't want the changes you are asking for and are happy with how the game turned out. Forums have always been a very vocal minority so if most people are ingame having fun who are you going to listen to as a developer? Who knows what's best and not? I thought NGE destroyed SWG but sure many wanted those changes. Point is you can't really judge the state of any game and what should or shouldn't be changed by a group of angry people roaming the forums.  This is the sort of vision I like in a dev http://www.arena.net/blog/is-it-fun-colin-johanson-on-how-arenanet-measures-success and believe this game is a product of this vision and the future looking forward looks good for this game imho.
  So then we are only allowed to voice ourselves when it lines up with public opinion? Otherwise we are told to go away and shut up. Well, if that's the case, someone should make a forum site and call it PositivelyMMORPG.com and then they can dictate the nature of the content
That hasn't been my point and I don't think it's Aerowyn's either.  My point has been, if you like a game but have some critiques of it.  By all means let yourself be heard.  But keep in mind that the best place to voice your opinion is on the official forums, especially if you follow the rules of those forums.  On the other hand, if you try a game, and you find you don't like the most basic aspects of that game (lore, gameplay, graphic design, PvP, etc.), why the hell would you bother going on an unofficial site and complain about it?  Write that $60 off as a loss and move on to a game you do like. 
  Does that not defeat the whole premise of this website to voice your video game experiences?
Not in my opinion.  I use this site to talk about topics that interest me, such as games I like.  I don't play WoW because of the sub fee.  So, I don't go on WoW's thread and talk about them changing their business model to suit me.  I didn't like Mytheon.  I stopped playing the game and didn't even bother with commenting on it because it was the gameplay itself that was the problem for me.  I like GW2 and LotRO so I've talked about them.  I'll critique them on this site when things are done I don't like and if I feel it's necessary to talk about it.  (I'm not going to cry that I didn't get enough gold from a boss or something like that unless it's a bug in the game)

 

Each game on this site has a review (or hype) area.  These are the areas you can state your opinion, good or bad, about a particular game.  You can also state those opinions in a game thread if you want.  What I'm getting at is:  If you don't like the game and there really isn't a way you're going to like the game without fundamental changes in how it plays or looks or whatever, why bother creating threads about it?  What purpose does it serve other than to call attention to yourself?  I just don't understand the thinking behind not liking a game and yet continuing to talk about it. 


Good opinion.

Now lets talk facts: this website can facilitate a way to voice your video game experiences and opinions. You can do this if you abide by the rules of the website


Originally posted by Aerowyn

Originally posted by Nitth


Originally posted by evolver1972
Which is exactly what they do on the official forums.  And, it also depends on what those features are.  If they say from the beginning they aren't going to have gearpower progression, but then implement it because the vocal minority demanded it, would they not then be hypocrites?  Would they not also alienate their fanbase?

They could increase their player base (read profits) greatly if they made compromises to their original design. they wouldn't be the first company to do it either.

The key thing here is to be open minded with changes and compromise. but it appears the 'real fans' bang their drums hard in fear of change.
 
Besides, what's the problem with voicing those concerns here?



 think about what happened to games that strayed so far from their original design... take swg or daoc or many others.. once the change happened people left in droves. Many people got this game for what it is and are happy with it..when you try to cater to a small vocal % of the population you get things like what happened to swg.

And yet games like wow flourished both in profits and population.

Now you might say, WoW gets a bad wrap for its community but that cant be universally equated to design change.

Fact is millions of people seem to enjoy it and pay monthly instalments (sometimes for years) to play it.

Btw: Im not staying turn gw2 into world of Warcraft. im saying community requested features or alterations may be profitable and good.

I would really like to see ripperx's take on this game.

Is it actually good for kids? or just a cash cow?


Originally posted by evolver1972

Originally posted by GeezerGamer  

Originally posted by Aerowyn

Originally posted by GeezerGamer  

 
  Because he paid as much for the game as you. These are MMOs, they are on going and they evolve. In light of recent developments, it's obvious that the game experience you have one day will always be the same going forward. So he has as much right to let the developers (or anyone else who is openly discussing the game) know what he's pleased and displeased about in hopes of getting it changed.
true but don't be surprised if people don't want the changes you are asking for and are happy with how the game turned out. Forums have always been a very vocal minority so if most people are ingame having fun who are you going to listen to as a developer? Who knows what's best and not? I thought NGE destroyed SWG but sure many wanted those changes. Point is you can't really judge the state of any game and what should or shouldn't be changed by a group of angry people roaming the forums.  This is the sort of vision I like in a dev http://www.arena.net/blog/is-it-fun-colin-johanson-on-how-arenanet-measures-success and believe this game is a product of this vision and the future looking forward looks good for this game imho.
  So then we are only allowed to voice ourselves when it lines up with public opinion? Otherwise we are told to go away and shut up. Well, if that's the case, someone should make a forum site and call it PositivelyMMORPG.com and then they can dictate the nature of the content
That hasn't been my point and I don't think it's Aerowyn's either.  My point has been, if you like a game but have some critiques of it.  By all means let yourself be heard.  But keep in mind that the best place to voice your opinion is on the official forums, especially if you follow the rules of those forums.  On the other hand, if you try a game, and you find you don't like the most basic aspects of that game (lore, gameplay, graphic design, PvP, etc.), why the hell would you bother going on an unofficial site and complain about it?  Write that $60 off as a loss and move on to a game you do like. 

Does that not defeat the whole premise of this website to voice your video game experiences?

Go sign up for repop testing man.

I did not start playing mmorpgs to be locked into a region. I Did so to play with players around the world.

There was abit of 'buzz' the other day with threads poping up pretty frequently.

I think most of the players 'know the story' and are just ready to start playing rather than discussing.


Originally posted by Rahl87
Hello I've been in a very nostalgic mood recently looking for a game that will bring back some of the memories I had play a game called voyage century, a pirate game that I played religiously years back but one that eventually become very greedy and the game died to a ver imba item mall. I'm looking for a similar game with a very important guild background, with a very strong siege system. I want a game that plays a bit like wow without the grindy always the same quests. One that relies heavily on crafters that make the best item not one of the farming raids crap you see in wow games. I want a political system with a pvp heavy system where you can fight anyone anywhere (I know this is getting rather specific). I don't mind item mall as long as its balance (actually I do like IM in some games and use it), graphics are not a huge issue, but I do want a system where if you die in pvp you do loose everything and it is looted by others. I know of games like darfall and mortal online but they just weren't for me. And guild wars 2 is still a bit too much like wow for me. 

Whats that other pirate game?

Pirates of the burning sea...? or uncharted waters online? i played one and it had much of what you describe.

Anyways, hopefully i was some help.


Nith.

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