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Originally posted by Arklith
I read the first line then stopped I don't need to know the ideas of someone that thinks WoT is a realistic military shooter.

Was thinking the same thing, though I read the article and wondered why Orcs Must Die is mentioned in a military shooter column.

 

Wasn't interested in the game, just wanted to say to pretty impressive review by Mr. Swain.
Originally posted by rojoArcueid

- Marvel Heroes (Brevik already said in an interview he wants to port it because it makes sense) so i hope it happens sooner than later.

- Blade & Soul, obviously.

- TSW since it already has a reticle control option so its easy to handle on a gamepad.

- AoC, the way the combat works would make it feel great on console but it needs either auto aiming or no tab target.

 

All 4 would work well on console but i mainly want Marvel Heroes, and possibly B&S.

 

Path of Exile would be nice too.

AoC has autotargeting and autofacing under the Interface Options-Basic tab.

TSW, Age of Conan, LoTRO and Champions Online.

Champions Online already has controller support.

No thanks, back to Windows Minesweeper.
Originally posted by SquireX

I started playing TSW a few weeks ago on the 3 day trial and then purchased the Base game on the Steam sale. I've enjoyed it so much, I purchased Ultimate edition.

Frankly, I find the quest design very refreshing. It just seems to flow more organically (if that makes sense). I also don't understand why so much hate about combat. Frankly, I don't see it any better or worse than your typical number pressing skill MMORPG. The skill wheel is interesting but I'm an altoholic so I'm not sure yet how I feel about being able to play any skill.

The community has been fantastic and the atmosphere is great.

Did you get more than 3 toon slots with the Ultimate Edition?

Originally posted by Baitness
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by justmemyselfandi
Originally posted by MMOGamer71

Honest answer?

Because it's hard and makes you use your brain.

What's hard about Google? Considering the entire game is built around Google. Surprised they don't have "GOOGLE" splattered on the tanks of all the new bikes and an entire wardrobe ensemble.

See OP, too hard.  Easier to run to Google than making attempt(s) and die figuring out the puzzles(s).

 

My initial post stands.

I mean you remember the game literally requires you to use a web browser right?  That is what he is talking about.  Acknowledging that your favorite game can still improve is not exactly a big deal, do not make it into a personal issue.

I know, TSW is the ONLY game that people can use a web browser for.  I mean during my raiding days in WOTLK, Rift etc. the raid Leader NEVER did an ALT TAB out using a Google search a Youtube video for help.

BTW TSW isn't my favorite game, try again.

 

Originally posted by strawhat0981
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by justmemyselfandi
Originally posted by MMOGamer71

Honest answer?

Because it's hard and makes you use your brain.

What's hard about Google? Considering the entire game is built around Google. Surprised they don't have "GOOGLE" splattered on the tanks of all the new bikes and an entire wardrobe ensemble.

See OP, too hard.  Easier to run to Google than making attempt(s) and die figuring out the puzzles(s).

 

My initial post stands.

I am guessing you were one of the ones who paid a lifetime sub.

You would be guessing wrong kid.

Originally posted by justmemyselfandi
Originally posted by MMOGamer71

Honest answer?

Because it's hard and makes you use your brain.

What's hard about Google? Considering the entire game is built around Google. Surprised they don't have "GOOGLE" splattered on the tanks of all the new bikes and an entire wardrobe ensemble.

See OP, too hard.  Easier to run to Google than making attempt(s) and die figuring out the puzzles(s).

 

My initial post stands.

Originally posted by strawhat0981
Originally posted by MMOGamer71

Honest answer?

Because it's hard and makes you use your brain.

If you were honest, you would say it is because of the horrible animations and the shit combat.

See OP?

Honest answer?

Because it's hard and makes you use your brain.

Originally posted by Theely

I would advise to check out the rating on their first game that they burned us all on, Legends of Dawn. Very Negative Steam rating and 29/100 Metacritic, for what it is worth it is still mostly unplayable to this day. Be careful.

 

http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/legends-of-dawn

http://store.steampowered.com/app/234980/

I could care less about Metacrtic and the Steam reviews if the game is in a genre, era, scope etc etc, that I  like.

Originally posted by Sovrath

For an indy game it looks "good enough".

 

I'll give it a try. Downloading now.

Yeap had this on my wishlist........ditto.

Cool game, free stuff is cool also.  Now if the could just put some development time into the game.
Does this mean I can suck worse at a game and STILL win?
Originally posted by laserit
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by laserit
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by laserit
Originally posted by MMOGamer71

Pure comedy gold, a class on finance management while talking about paying for the same content twice so others (new players) can have a free ride through the base game, meanwhile "veteran" players expecting you know a free character slot to compensate is TRUE entitlement.

Oh, you forgot to mention GW2 has a cash shop just like GW1 did.

Love the math skills....

 

How did you come up with paying for the same content twice? I'll wait while you try to figure that one out.

Simple economics, the price of the "new" players is absorbed via the "older" players paying twice, it's called high/low in sales and marketing.  Google it.

High-Low Pricing

 


High-low pricing is the practice of setting the price of most products higher than the market rate, while offering a small number of products at below-market prices. By doing so, a retail or web store location hopes to attract customers with its low-price offerings, at which point they will also buy some of the high-price items. The seller hopes that the net effect of this strategy is to increase overall profitability, despite incurring losses on the few low-priced items.

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The low-price items are not usually set permanently at a lower price. Instead, coupons and other promotions are used to reduce prices to low levels for short periods of time. By doing so, management can shift low pricing among different products, which may attract different customers or attract the same customers to shop at the store multiple times. Thus, the use of low prices is an ongoing marketing technique that should be in continual use.

Example of High-Low Pricing

Grocery stores routinely issue a continuing stream of advertisements that feature low prices for specific items. The advertised items are usually located far back in the stores, so that shoppers must pass an array of other products before finding the low-priced items that are on sale. Since most grocery shoppers need to buy a large number of items every time they enter the store, the business is nearly guaranteed to sell a number of high-priced items along with the low-priced item(s).

Advantages of High-Low Pricing

The following are advantages of using the high-low pricing method:

  • Profit increase. When properly implemented, the high-low technique can yield substantial profits; but only if customers buy multiple additional items that are fully priced.
  • Marketing. The high-low method essentially becomes the marketing method for the business, since it must constantly advertise a selection of low-price items.

Disadvantages of High-Low Pricing

The following are disadvantages of using the high-low pricing method:

  • Risk of loss. If a business does not place its low-price items properly, or is dealing with price-sensitive shoppers, it may find that it loses money on its low-price promotions.
  • Customer loyalty. If customers become aware that the bulk of the products offered by a business are higher than the market rate, they will be more likely to shift their spending loyalties elsewhere.
  • Marketing cost. It can be expensive to run a perpetual series of marketing campaigns to tout the latest low prices.

Evaluation of High-Low Pricing

The high-low pricing method is widely used, but discerning shoppers in the Internet era are more capable of spotting lower-priced items elsewhere, and so will only buy the low-price items and will avoid the high-price items. Also, a business that persistently offers high prices on the bulk of its products will not garner much customer loyalty. Competitors that use everyday low pricing for all of their products can compete effectively against this strategy.

 

 

Kind of reaching aren't we?

 

You think a base game (GW2) going from $40(ish) in value to FREE in a week is reaching?

Free? Arenanet does not even sell it anymore period. I did find it on Amazon though but it sure ain't free.

 

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=guild+wars+2

 

Anyways I still don't know what this has to do with paying for the same content twice. Whether you think HoT is a rip job or not, has nothing to do with it.

No it's FREE, as in FREE FREE.

Originally posted by Amjoco
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by Amjoco
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by StoneRoses
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by eyelolled
Originally posted by observer
Originally posted by eyelolled
Originally posted by observer
Originally posted by eyelolled

nothing like a boatload of entitlement floating through a river of tears over the most insignificant thing, A.K.A. someone else getting a deal.  Sounds like spoiled children whining away about someone else getting the toy even though it doesn't stop them from playing with what they already have.

 

Don't buy the expansion, Dont' play the game.  Take your precious entitlement and go elsewhere. Let me and the rest of the people that appreciate what Anet has provided, pay the wages of the people that are working to create our entertainment.   Go as far away as you can from this game, and may you always get the same appreciation for your efforts as you give to others.

Be specific and show where people are being entitled.  People like you keep throwing this word around.  

 

I own the game already but don't get as much as someone that doesn't own the game = I own the game already and therefore am entitled to a better deal.

 

There might be some people who see it that way, but that's not how i, and others, see it.  I see people upset over the price tag, due to the sparse content within the expansion, which doesn't justify the price.  It's not being entitled when you expect better quality and more quantity out of an expansion, especially when you compare it to the competition.

 So after 3 years of substantial content updates from a B2P title with NO subscription, paying $50 is too much for a few new zones, a new class, a completely new mode of travel? Seriously?  Do you actually have any concept at all of what $50 is actually worth nowadays? Maybe you should fuel up a vehicle, or buy groceries once. It might open your eyes to how little $50 actually is. 

Pure comedy gold, a class on finance management while talking about paying for the same content twice so others (new players) can have a free ride through the base game, meanwhile "veteran" players expecting you know a free character slot to compensate is TRUE entitlement.

Oh, you forgot to mention GW2 has a cash shop just like GW1 did.

Anet is not the only company to do this. Why are you crying about it now?

Yes it's "crying."

 

Edit:

Name 5 MMO's games that bundled the NEW expansion with the base game...............ready...............set..................go.

I will start. WoW

Nope, you have to buy the Battlechest AND THEN the NEW expansion, you fell into:

 

https://sp.yimg.com/ib/th?id=JN.blmMdfGM5ExDVCAIC4%2btog&pid=15.1&P=0

haha, I like your image. Actually I posted earlier in the thread you do have to buy the basic game and then if you bought WoD the expansions up to MoP were free. In a way it's the same thing, you buy and expansion and get about $200 worth of expansions free. When someone new comes to play WoW (are there any left?) they will be entitled to stuff I had to pay for along the way. It's the same situation here with GW2. Am I sad about some new kid playing WoD and not having to pay for the MoP expansion? nope.

Thanks, I just suck at attaching imagines as pictures instead of links.  The important part is the last expansion is ALWAYS  separate from the bundled (Warchest IIRC) base game and PREVIOUS expansions.

Originally posted by Amjoco
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by StoneRoses
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by eyelolled
Originally posted by observer
Originally posted by eyelolled
Originally posted by observer
Originally posted by eyelolled

nothing like a boatload of entitlement floating through a river of tears over the most insignificant thing, A.K.A. someone else getting a deal.  Sounds like spoiled children whining away about someone else getting the toy even though it doesn't stop them from playing with what they already have.

 

Don't buy the expansion, Dont' play the game.  Take your precious entitlement and go elsewhere. Let me and the rest of the people that appreciate what Anet has provided, pay the wages of the people that are working to create our entertainment.   Go as far away as you can from this game, and may you always get the same appreciation for your efforts as you give to others.

Be specific and show where people are being entitled.  People like you keep throwing this word around.  

 

I own the game already but don't get as much as someone that doesn't own the game = I own the game already and therefore am entitled to a better deal.

 

There might be some people who see it that way, but that's not how i, and others, see it.  I see people upset over the price tag, due to the sparse content within the expansion, which doesn't justify the price.  It's not being entitled when you expect better quality and more quantity out of an expansion, especially when you compare it to the competition.

 So after 3 years of substantial content updates from a B2P title with NO subscription, paying $50 is too much for a few new zones, a new class, a completely new mode of travel? Seriously?  Do you actually have any concept at all of what $50 is actually worth nowadays? Maybe you should fuel up a vehicle, or buy groceries once. It might open your eyes to how little $50 actually is. 

Pure comedy gold, a class on finance management while talking about paying for the same content twice so others (new players) can have a free ride through the base game, meanwhile "veteran" players expecting you know a free character slot to compensate is TRUE entitlement.

Oh, you forgot to mention GW2 has a cash shop just like GW1 did.

Anet is not the only company to do this. Why are you crying about it now?

Yes it's "crying."

 

Edit:

Name 5 MMO's games that bundled the NEW expansion with the base game...............ready...............set..................go.

I will start. WoW

Nope, you have to buy the Battlechest AND THEN the NEW expansion, you fell into:

http://drinksleepbekerri.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/star_wars_its_a_trap.jpg?w=584
Originally posted by laserit
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by laserit
Originally posted by MMOGamer71
Originally posted by eyelolled
Originally posted by observer
Originally posted by eyelolled
Originally posted by observer
Originally posted by eyelolled

nothing like a boatload of entitlement floating through a river of tears over the most insignificant thing, A.K.A. someone else getting a deal.  Sounds like spoiled children whining away about someone else getting the toy even though it doesn't stop them from playing with what they already have.

 

Don't buy the expansion, Dont' play the game.  Take your precious entitlement and go elsewhere. Let me and the rest of the people that appreciate what Anet has provided, pay the wages of the people that are working to create our entertainment.   Go as far away as you can from this game, and may you always get the same appreciation for your efforts as you give to others.

Be specific and show where people are being entitled.  People like you keep throwing this word around.  

 

I own the game already but don't get as much as someone that doesn't own the game = I own the game already and therefore am entitled to a better deal.

 

There might be some people who see it that way, but that's not how i, and others, see it.  I see people upset over the price tag, due to the sparse content within the expansion, which doesn't justify the price.  It's not being entitled when you expect better quality and more quantity out of an expansion, especially when you compare it to the competition.

 So after 3 years of substantial content updates from a B2P title with NO subscription, paying $50 is too much for a few new zones, a new class, a completely new mode of travel? Seriously?  Do you actually have any concept at all of what $50 is actually worth nowadays? Maybe you should fuel up a vehicle, or buy groceries once. It might open your eyes to how little $50 actually is. 

Pure comedy gold, a class on finance management while talking about paying for the same content twice so others (new players) can have a free ride through the base game, meanwhile "veteran" players expecting you know a free character slot to compensate is TRUE entitlement.

Oh, you forgot to mention GW2 has a cash shop just like GW1 did.

Love the math skills....

 

How did you come up with paying for the same content twice? I'll wait while you try to figure that one out.

Simple economics, the price of the "new" players is absorbed via the "older" players paying twice, it's called high/low in sales and marketing.  Google it.

High-Low Pricing

 


High-low pricing is the practice of setting the price of most products higher than the market rate, while offering a small number of products at below-market prices. By doing so, a retail or web store location hopes to attract customers with its low-price offerings, at which point they will also buy some of the high-price items. The seller hopes that the net effect of this strategy is to increase overall profitability, despite incurring losses on the few low-priced items.

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The low-price items are not usually set permanently at a lower price. Instead, coupons and other promotions are used to reduce prices to low levels for short periods of time. By doing so, management can shift low pricing among different products, which may attract different customers or attract the same customers to shop at the store multiple times. Thus, the use of low prices is an ongoing marketing technique that should be in continual use.

Example of High-Low Pricing

Grocery stores routinely issue a continuing stream of advertisements that feature low prices for specific items. The advertised items are usually located far back in the stores, so that shoppers must pass an array of other products before finding the low-priced items that are on sale. Since most grocery shoppers need to buy a large number of items every time they enter the store, the business is nearly guaranteed to sell a number of high-priced items along with the low-priced item(s).

Advantages of High-Low Pricing

The following are advantages of using the high-low pricing method:

  • Profit increase. When properly implemented, the high-low technique can yield substantial profits; but only if customers buy multiple additional items that are fully priced.
  • Marketing. The high-low method essentially becomes the marketing method for the business, since it must constantly advertise a selection of low-price items.

Disadvantages of High-Low Pricing

The following are disadvantages of using the high-low pricing method:

  • Risk of loss. If a business does not place its low-price items properly, or is dealing with price-sensitive shoppers, it may find that it loses money on its low-price promotions.
  • Customer loyalty. If customers become aware that the bulk of the products offered by a business are higher than the market rate, they will be more likely to shift their spending loyalties elsewhere.
  • Marketing cost. It can be expensive to run a perpetual series of marketing campaigns to tout the latest low prices.

Evaluation of High-Low Pricing

The high-low pricing method is widely used, but discerning shoppers in the Internet era are more capable of spotting lower-priced items elsewhere, and so will only buy the low-price items and will avoid the high-price items. Also, a business that persistently offers high prices on the bulk of its products will not garner much customer loyalty. Competitors that use everyday low pricing for all of their products can compete effectively against this strategy.

 

 

Kind of reaching aren't we?

 

You think a base game (GW2) going from $40(ish) in value to FREE in a week is reaching?  Wonder how a business in going to recoup the expense of all those boxed editions sitting at retailers that are now FREE.

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nothing like a boatload of entitlement floating through a river of tears over the most insignificant thing, A.K.A. someone else getting a deal.  Sounds like spoiled children whining away about someone else getting the toy even though it doesn't stop them from playing with what they already have.

 

Don't buy the expansion, Dont' play the game.  Take your precious entitlement and go elsewhere. Let me and the rest of the people that appreciate what Anet has provided, pay the wages of the people that are working to create our entertainment.   Go as far away as you can from this game, and may you always get the same appreciation for your efforts as you give to others.

Be specific and show where people are being entitled.  People like you keep throwing this word around.  

 

I own the game already but don't get as much as someone that doesn't own the game = I own the game already and therefore am entitled to a better deal.

 

There might be some people who see it that way, but that's not how i, and others, see it.  I see people upset over the price tag, due to the sparse content within the expansion, which doesn't justify the price.  It's not being entitled when you expect better quality and more quantity out of an expansion, especially when you compare it to the competition.

 So after 3 years of substantial content updates from a B2P title with NO subscription, paying $50 is too much for a few new zones, a new class, a completely new mode of travel? Seriously?  Do you actually have any concept at all of what $50 is actually worth nowadays? Maybe you should fuel up a vehicle, or buy groceries once. It might open your eyes to how little $50 actually is. 

Pure comedy gold, a class on finance management while talking about paying for the same content twice so others (new players) can have a free ride through the base game, meanwhile "veteran" players expecting you know a free character slot to compensate is TRUE entitlement.

Oh, you forgot to mention GW2 has a cash shop just like GW1 did.

Anet is not the only company to do this. Why are you crying about it now?

Yes it's "crying."

 

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Name 5 MMO's games that bundled the NEW expansion with the base game...............ready...............set..................go.

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