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Age of Conan: Unchained Videos: Hyborian Insider #3 (4:34)

This time around Erling Ellingsen takes us into the core of Age of Conan. Focusing on crafting and city building.

This time around Erling Ellingsen takes us into the core of Age of Conan. Focusing on crafting and city building.
Duration: 4:34
Views: 8,413  25 comments
Game: Age of Conan: Unchained
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thefreshflow writes: Another Hyborian Insider where they reveal no actual useful information about anything. I'm begining to think that AoC has no real innovations or originality whatsoever. I had such high hopes for this game, think I'll pass though. Fri May 09 2008 9:10PM Report
cpnharlock writes: Hmm. What I saw wasn't ground breaking by any means, but I fail to see how you can claim there was no information. The crafting and city-building looks serviceable, but not spectacular. I don't see how you can say any more than that about it at this point. Fri May 09 2008 10:34PM Report
Fion writes: thefreshblow your just trolling and you know it. Fri May 09 2008 11:59PM Report
leowyatt writes: Im sorry but this looks friggin amazing! The city building is awesome and the idea of crafting revolving around quests is great as well. Sat May 10 2008 2:09AM Report
chryses writes: mmm...plenty of information on city building and I don't remember many MMO's that have it on this scale. Decent video but I think thefreshblow watched something different Sat May 10 2008 2:14AM Report
balle68 writes: looks alot of fun Sat May 10 2008 7:10AM Report
woe_masa writes: Nice information! Sat May 10 2008 9:31AM Report
tazarconan writes: thefreshflow..unless u r a blizzard agent,u really seem to need brain tranfusion. Have u even watched the whole video? Unless u have seen again things like these ofc like building a guild's city or more complex crafting system in Wow which is si far the best mmo in market or eq ofc..And since your so called high hopes for AOC are so ruined why dont u feel free to share with the ppl here your ideas? In any case dont try to manipulate the minds of ppl that just trying to read the comments without watching the video =] Sat May 10 2008 9:48AM Report
Gajari writes: AoC is looking better and better every day. Sat May 10 2008 10:09AM Report
RudedawgCDN writes: To thefreshflow... you should change your name to "thetroll" based on this video I just bought the preorder. This game looks so sweet! The recent improvements have really blown me away. Sat May 10 2008 1:52PM Report
Jacobeli writes: this is simply incredible, im getting me pre-order in ASAP Sat May 10 2008 2:22PM Report
Daish writes: horrible game will fail at launch might be ok in a year or 2 Sat May 10 2008 5:18PM Report
Qayne writes: Lol Daish I'm not surprised to see you here. you should get a troll award Sun May 11 2008 11:07AM Report
Grozfox writes: Hey Baggs aparently you must be from another country or some your fresh out of highschool kid because getting a job and buying a new pc isn't as easy as you think. some of us are in debt in the U.S. and dont have 8,000$ to freely throw around on new stuff we want. The game looks good tho I'm still waiting to get in the beta. Sun May 11 2008 11:21AM Report
ToyDoll writes: Really impressed with the state of things in the FP beta now, I think they've really pulled it together. Sun May 11 2008 11:52AM Report
Jupsto writes: awesome video. acording to devs crafting is going to very simple and easy in this game, which is kind of a shame. but I still think combat is more important and fun than grinding crafting. Sun May 11 2008 4:09PM Report
Jeehao writes: it will be fun to see how many players that can't play this game without lag:) it needs a pretty good computer if you want to pvp and have some fps and a screen that does not freeze some sec sometimes. Sun May 11 2008 6:45PM Report
Jeehao writes: I Meant: it will be fun to see how many players that 'can' play this game without lag:) I have a decent playing computer and the PvP was a horror for me cause of all the lag when many people came alround Mon May 12 2008 8:45AM Report
weg886 writes: Well you got a nice crafting system , But will crafting be a part of liveing in the game to make money? Or can i get the same stuff from a npc? If i can get the same stuff off a npc then crafting is a wast of time for this game. Does stuff wear out and break in the game? Stuff that wears out keeps everyone makeing stuff and keeps there job in the game going. If npc sells anything a player makes then its a wast of time to do crafting makeing the game less fun! Mon May 12 2008 3:50PM Report
Wakygreek writes: There is a difference between Lag and FPS. If you lag too much you want to try changing a few options on your router or stop downloading while playing the game. As far as the FPS some people have been complaining with good computers. Most of the problems have been while they were running vista. However even my friend that runs vista seems to be playing without any serious problems. As far as the pvp goes, well turn off alot of the extra settings if your computer cant handle it. Mon May 12 2008 4:28PM Report
Fion writes: Wegg crafting will add unique items to the game. Crafted gear is the only gear you can socket with gemstones. Gemstones you can get via a variety of sources. But ONLY crafted gear can be socketed. This means crafted gear will be very useful to those looking for a custom set of gear. Especially for PvP where you'll be able to slot the gear with gems with PvP oriented bonuses. So yea, unlike WoW where 80% of crafting benefits only the crafter. In AoC, even though the crafting will be relatively simplistic, it should be very useful to everyone. I'd rather see a complex crafting system, but I'm more then happy with the way things have turned out and that crafters will be important to the game. Mon May 12 2008 5:56PM Report
Fion writes: Gear, at the moment, does not degrade. There is no repairing to the game. While yes gear that eventually falls apart does increase the need for crafters. It shouldn't be much a problem, and removes the pain in the ass money sink that is repairing broken gear. Mon May 12 2008 5:57PM Report
Sinistrad writes: Most of peoples' problems stem from too little RAM. Vista uses more RAM, so if you have a Vista system you just need a bunch more RAM. You really need the 64-bit version, because 32-bit can't recognize more than 4 gigs (including video RAM). Tue May 13 2008 12:57AM Report
Lynneh writes: ehm..grozfox? you dont need an 8,000$ computer to run this game without lag, you retard Wed May 14 2008 3:48PM Report
alphaJR writes: Is this guy terrible at his job as PR or what? Wed May 14 2008 8:05PM Report