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WildStar Videos: Housing Teaser Trailer (1:48)

The WildStar team is ready to reveal new information about housing in the game. According to the video, players can create houses on Nexus with a great deal of customization and freedom.

The WildStar team is ready to reveal new information about housing in the game. According to the video, players can create houses on Nexus with a great deal of customization and freedom.
Duration: 1:48
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Game: WildStar
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Ingvar writes:

housing is the most useless feature a game could possebly have

Thu Aug 02 2012 9:52AM Report
Vesavius writes:

I value housing and it would be both a draw for me to play this game and retainer once I did.


So... useless? A feathure that brings in certain players and then  helps retain them for longer?




I think what you meant is 'I personally do not like housing'.

Thu Aug 02 2012 10:37AM Report
huskie77 writes:

ok. Let me in now. please.

Thu Aug 02 2012 10:47AM Report
zevni78 writes:

WINDMILL! So this is what the delay was about, and the teaser about the green guy, interesting...


Starting to like this as much as GW2


... for money

Thu Aug 02 2012 10:54AM Report
Istavaan writes:

what an awesome feture the gives the game more staying power

Thu Aug 02 2012 10:59AM Report
Effin_Rabbit writes:


Thu Aug 02 2012 11:23AM Report
spinesplit writes:

looks brilliant!!!!

Thu Aug 02 2012 3:47PM Report
Nilden writes:

At first I was like, "hey houses are good" then you can rip the land up and build an island in the sky happened, and it went to "that's  awesome!"

Thu Aug 02 2012 4:27PM Report
azmundai writes:

I would consider paying to be able to work on this game :) unfortunately, I can't afford to do that :(


wtb sponsor

Thu Aug 02 2012 6:58PM Report
Po_gg writes:

I like the housing aspect in games. But even if I wouldn't like it, this trailer would turn me over :) Awesome

These kinda trailers get much more attention than the fully rendered, 'great-looking but empty' ones...

"where did it come from? no idea. but thanks to Protostar, you can put a house on it" LOL

Fri Aug 03 2012 12:41AM Report
Dopplerman writes: This is my actual most waited game by very very far, is like join wow and starcraft with a bit of borderlands. Brilliant Fri Aug 03 2012 9:46AM Report
BartDaCat writes: If the rest of the game is being developed with this kind of fun spirit in mind, then I might just have to give it a look-see. Sat Aug 04 2012 12:29AM Report
aspekx writes: i'm with BartDaCat on this one. just have to wait and see... same'ol stuff? or innovation? ... for money! Sat Aug 04 2012 8:50AM Report
rtbbvr writes: At the very least, its breathing some fresh air into MMOs. I'm sure this kind of AAA MMO will find its player base, even if its just young teens. Sat Aug 04 2012 3:57PM Report
Comaf writes:

@Ingvar The point of housing, other than socialization aspects, is that originally it was thought that mmorpgs were to be immersive games where we could escape from the toil of real life and engage in something that seems very real to us - albeit in a different universe. 


Secondly, what developers have long forgotten, is that if you can figure out a way to get players to INVEST a bit of THEMSELVES into an mmorpg, it is that much harder to just quit and move on.  Housing, therefore, offers a chance for a sense of escapism, gives us a place to put a bit of ourselves in, and adds to something else long lost in the genre - creativity.


I hope this helps ;)

Thu Aug 09 2012 7:08PM Report