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Age of Wushu Forum » General Discussion » Is Age of Wushu really as good as its hyped to be?

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  Drakynn

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Joined: 3/02/08
Posts: 2051

4/20/13 1:46:37 PM#61

The game sux balls for the first day or so but when you play enough it finally opens gameplay wise and becomes a lot better.I don't think most people will be able to overcome "The Hump" though and it's not the perfect game some people evangelise it to be.

It has some unique ideas not all of which are implemented well and a lot outisde of those ideas is merely mediocre at best.However if you really dig soem of those unique ideas you will enjoy this game because those ideas can overcoem the mediocrity of the rest of the game.

I don't think it's gonna be a massive hit as soem of it's idead are quite niche as is it's setting outside of China where Wuxia is the most popular setting for well all media.But it should do well enough unless Snail games screw it up with an overly agressive microtransaction system....which given it's past is not promising but we'll see.

  PAL-18

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4/20/13 1:50:11 PM#62
i dont mean you OP but those people who say "i cant play computer game x,y,z because graphics suck" i can tell you, AoW is your dream come true,those graphics does not suck :>

So, did ESO have a successful launch? Yes, yes it did.
By Ryan Getchell on April 02, 2014.
**On the radar:http://cyberpunk.net/**

  Shadowguy64

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Joined: 4/11/13
Posts: 880

4/20/13 1:50:32 PM#63

No game ever made lives up to the hype. In fact, I think that is true about most things. 

 

Like, is "The Most Interesting Man in the World" REALLY that interesting?

 

  A1D3N

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Joined: 2/17/03
Posts: 196

4/21/13 5:42:49 AM#64

everyone likes different things,

and the game is what u make it,

and i love it

Currently Playing:
Guild Wars 2 And Heroes Of Newearth
Mizzy Mooz

  SaunZ

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Joined: 8/26/12
Posts: 129

1-800-ASK-SAUN

4/21/13 9:13:28 PM#65

I think Age Of Wushu is the best MMORPG I have seen in a LONG time.  The concepts are fresh and I agree with the poster that not having tons of documentation and explanation has kept it VERY 'discovery' interesting.

I didn't think I would like the Asian/Karate type theme and was scared of the 'sandbox' label but, it has just the right amount of complexity that I am hooked and still don't understand even the tip of the iceberg of the whole thing yet.

I LOVE the fact that my toon keeps going 24/7 and becomes an NPC while I am logged.  I am so scared I am going to log-in and find out that I am pregnant or something!

Come have a great time with Legacy (our guild) as we ROCK the White Tiger server!!

 

Sz

:o)

  Jjix

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Joined: 2/16/12
Posts: 143

4/22/13 9:47:11 AM#66

I think Age of Wushu is probably one of the best MMORPGs ever made. Period. (But I thought that of SWG, so . . . ) It is a far deeper and intelligent game than anything to come out in years. But it is a bit like that homely girl who doesn't wear any makeup or wear alluring outfits, but then you ask her out and she is practicing tantric sex and shit on you and can barely keep up and your heart becomes completely obsessed and enthralled by her . . . and, yeah, you get the point. It is a game for gamers.

Look, AoW is like Mr. Miyagi in the Karate Kid. First of all, one look at the guy and no one thinks this is a martial arts master. Then when you are even crazy enough to ask him for instructions you have to go through months of washing his dishes. By design or not, you essentially aren't allowed in unless you prove yourself. Yet, when you do, you discover that all that dish washing was preparing you . . .

The developers spent a tremendous amount of time making the game amazing the deeper you go, but all they did with the run down entrance was put a sign there and an Asian greeter who barely speaks any english. Of course everyone is thinking "eh, I've played Asian games, they are grind", I thought that too. I was lucky to even try the game. Countless people -- as evidenced by this forum -- just see the beat up old looking front entrance and say "meh, generic" or get only insofar as the lobby and think "ah, well, I tried it, I gave it a fair shot, nothing to see here." What they don't know is that if you get past the lobby, onto that shiney elevator in the back, it takes you down into a world of wonder, a chocolate factory so huge you can barely figure out what the hell is going on, how can it be so awesome!  But most people aren't going to get through the lobby.

Like people who say, "this game isn't pure sandbox, most of the time I was running extremely poorly done quests" . . . they didn't get past the lobby. People who say, "it is just another generic asian grindfest with poor graphics and clunky combat" . . . they didn't get past the entrance. People who say, "it is pay2win" . . . they peeked through the main entrance, past the lobby, and noticed a shiney elevator door.

The ONLY reason there is hype around Age of Wushu is because some gamers have gotten through the lobby, down the elevator, and are reporting back to their fellow gamers. This game is worthy of hype, but it is an Indie game from China -- and when most gamers think of China, they think of scammers and gold farmers, not brilliant game designers. So, yeah, the hype isn't coming from anywhere that isn't genuine, the fact that there is hype at all should make one pause, given the kind of prejudice that exists against a game like this right from the start. Of course the voices of those who have been down the elevator will be drowned out by the masses who just see the entrance and the skiney old Korean dude in front who can't speak English and derive all of their conclusions from there. But those aren't the people you should be listening to, at least if you think you might have what it takes to belong to Wushu.

  bcbully

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4/22/13 10:12:26 AM#67

  Biskop

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Posts: 731

4/25/13 10:21:02 AM#68

Well, the game has several strong points. It's easily one of the most innovative titles during the last years, but there are several downsides as well. Most of these has to with Snail as a company and how they handle things.

Personally I haven't logged in for quite some time now, mostly due to Snail's inability to understand how their business tactics alienate huge parts of their playerbase. I really love the game, but I just can't bring myself to play and have fun when

* The game is flooded with gold spammers. This has been an issue for quite some time but after launch it reached ridiculous proportions. The second you log in your screen is covered in chat bubble spam, all channels are constantly spammed, you even get PMs from gold spammers ffs. Sure you can blacklist (although your blacklist is limited for some reason), sure you can uncheck all but school and guild chat, but why the hell should you as a player be punished and have to go out of your way because this company lacks the skills or will to tackle this major issue? There are constant pleas on the forums, and constant replies that they're working on it, but a solution is yet to appear. This tells me they don't really care, since there are several easy fixes to this that wouldn't cost them much and not tamper with the game mechanics either.

* VIP status is server bound. Stupid and cheap nickle-and-dime move that leaves a bitter aftertaste. Why can't a subscription be account-wide, as is the standard in almost every other MMO? The answer is of course: they want to make money. But they will lose money instead, because a lot of people don't want to play on one server only and don't want to pay for multiple VIPs either (which would be necessary since VIP is basically a must if you want to play AoW seriously).

* Cosmetic items are rentable, not permanent. First I didn't really care about this, but combined with the overall "greedy bastard" image that Snail seems to be working hard at, it just comes off as yet another way to nickle and dime people. I'm not really a CS type of guy, but sometimes I like to spend some extra money on an outfit or a mount. To have this paid-for virtual item disappear after 30 days feels like robbery to me, and apparently to many other people as well. I think Snail really missed out on how Western consumers feel about this, and they will lose money because of it. I mean it would have been different if the cosmetic stuff and mounts were attainable in-game but that's not the case here.

* Events are timed. This is actually one of the main reasons I've stopped playing. It just doesn't feel worth it to spend time and money on a game where you miss out on major content due to your time zone. I know this is an NA release but I still think timed events suck - especially in a "sandbox" game. Why should people be forced to log in at certain times just to particiapte in activities that are mandatory if you want to advance in the game? I would have hated this system even if I lived in the US, because I play at very irregular times and can't adjust my RL schedule to what the devs deem appropriate.

* Bug fixing and localization is too slow. The game was in beta for a long time, and yet it took forever to fix basic translation so that it became at least readable. It's still nowhere near acceptable for an NA release though, especially not in a game as complex as this. Difficulty and depth is one thing, but having to guess and draw conclusions from trial and error gets old pretty fast, and battling with horrendous UI design when doing such basic  stuff as buying and selling is beyond annoying.

 

I hope this post doesn't come off as overly negative, lol. As I said I still love the game. I just wish it was run by someone who understand how the Western market works. As it stands, Snail's CR guys are just obvious sock puppets spouting polite nonsense à la "we are determined to bring the best possible experience to out players" on the boards, while the game has some really pressing issues that players keep bringing up - issue that remains and keep getting worse in some cases (like the spammers).

This "smile and keep a straight face" strategy might work in a culture were politeness is more important than honesty, but most Western gamers don't buy into it. We prefer brutal honesty and at least the illusion of actual commitment. 

  Aerowyn

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Joined: 2/20/12
Posts: 7969

4/25/13 10:37:54 AM#69
Originally posted by Biskop

Well, the game has several strong points. It's easily one of the most innovative titles during the last years, but there are several downsides as well. Most of these has to with Snail as a company and how they handle things.

Personally I haven't logged in for quite some time now, mostly due to Snail's inability to understand how their business tactics alienate huge parts of their playerbase. I really love the game, but I just can't bring myself to play and have fun when

* The game is flooded with gold spammers. This has been an issue for quite some time but after launch it reached ridiculous proportions. The second you log in your screen is covered in chat bubble spam, all channels are constantly spammed, you even get PMs from gold spammers ffs. Sure you can blacklist (although your blacklist is limited for some reason), sure you can uncheck all but school and guild chat, but why the hell should you as a player be punished and have to go out of your way because this company lacks the skills or will to tackle this major issue? There are constant pleas on the forums, and constant replies that they're working on it, but a solution is yet to appear. This tells me they don't really care, since there are several easy fixes to this that wouldn't cost them much and not tamper with the game mechanics either.

* VIP status is server bound. Stupid and cheap nickle-and-dime move that leaves a bitter aftertaste. Why can't a subscription be account-wide, as is the standard in almost every other MMO? The answer is of course: they want to make money. But they will lose money instead, because a lot of people don't want to play on one server only and don't want to pay for multiple VIPs either (which would be necessary since VIP is basically a must if you want to play AoW seriously).

* Cosmetic items are rentable, not permanent. First I didn't really care about this, but combined with the overall "greedy bastard" image that Snail seems to be working hard at, it just comes off as yet another way to nickle and dime people. I'm not really a CS type of guy, but sometimes I like to spend some extra money on an outfit or a mount. To have this paid-for virtual item disappear after 30 days feels like robbery to me, and apparently to many other people as well. I think Snail really missed out on how Western consumers feel about this, and they will lose money because of it. I mean it would have been different if the cosmetic stuff and mounts were attainable in-game but that's not the case here.

* Events are timed. This is actually one of the main reasons I've stopped playing. It just doesn't feel worth it to spend time and money on a game where you miss out on major content due to your time zone. I know this is an NA release but I still think timed events suck - especially in a "sandbox" game. Why should people be forced to log in at certain times just to particiapte in activities that are mandatory if you want to advance in the game? I would have hated this system even if I lived in the US, because I play at very irregular times and can't adjust my RL schedule to what the devs deem appropriate.

* Bug fixing and localization is too slow. The game was in beta for a long time, and yet it took forever to fix basic translation so that it became at least readable. It's still nowhere near acceptable for an NA release though, especially not in a game as complex as this. Difficulty and depth is one thing, but having to guess and draw conclusions from trial and error gets old pretty fast, and battling with horrendous UI design when doing such basic  stuff as buying and selling is beyond annoying.

 

I hope this post doesn't come off as overly negative, lol. As I said I still love the game. I just wish it was run by someone who understand how the Western market works. As it stands, Snail's CR guys are just obvious sock puppets spouting polite nonsense à la "we are determined to bring the best possible experience to out players" on the boards, while the game has some really pressing issues that players keep bringing up - issue that remains and keep getting worse in some cases (like the spammers).

This "smile and keep a straight face" strategy might work in a culture were politeness is more important than honesty, but most Western gamers don't buy into it. We prefer brutal honesty and at least the illusion of actual commitment. 

Timed event thing was huge for me also.. it just completely takes away from any sort of "living" sandbox type feel for me.. i also agree with your other points and those are actually all the key reasons I'm not playing anymore.. the VIP bound to server was a huge one as I wanted to try starting over on a new server when the game launched and still had almost 2 months of vip from the deluxe purchase.. then come to find out I can't even transfer my VIP even after deleting my blue dragon character... oh well...:(

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  bcbully

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Joined: 3/03/12
Posts: 7476

4/25/13 2:31:55 PM#70

I didn't know what an event was for my first month of play.... I mean there are always things to bitch about anything.  AoW has created TRUE dynamic events while others sold playes hype. Yet some will still complain.

 

You do not have to buy anything even cosmetics from the cash shop. People sell those cosmetics for 500 silver.  If you don't have 500 silver you are a new player, and shouldn't be worry about cosmetics anyways. If you just MUST have it, go ahead and buy it from the cash shop. 

 

EVERYTHING that is in the cash shop is sold INGAME.

  MadDemon64

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Joined: 4/19/08
Posts: 1091

Why is it that fantasy trolls are vulnerable to fire, but internet trolls thrive on flame wars?

4/25/13 2:39:08 PM#71

The problem with hype is that it is as vulnerable to opinions (and trolling) as everything else on the internet.

I personally got to play it and found that while it has a lot of good things going for it, it is not for me, just like The Secret World.  Plenty of people will find stuff to enjoy in it, and plenty of people will find stuff to hate in it.  Similarly, plenty of people will blow the good (and bad) parts out of proportion, and there will obviously be some people who think "this game isn't for them" translates to "this game is sh*t and anyone who plays it is an idiot*.

Don't believe any of the hype, good or bad.  Read the features listed by the hype, but save all judgements for during and after you play it.  For example, I personally liked the training sessions where you join in a group of other players to practice martial arts, and I could hype it up, but others could dislike it and produce negative hype.  You should just take it as "there is the option of training martial arts in large groups", try it out, and judge for yourself.

Since when is Tuesday a direction?

  bcbully

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Joined: 3/03/12
Posts: 7476

4/25/13 2:48:17 PM#72

"I think Age of Wushu is probably one of the best MMORPGs ever made. Period. (But I thought that of SWG, so . . . ) It is a far deeper and intelligent game than anything to come out in years. But it is a bit like that homely girl who doesn't wear any makeup or wear alluring outfits, but then you ask her out and she is practicing tantric sex and shit on you and can barely keep up and your heart becomes completely obsessed and enthralled by her . . . and, yeah, you get the point. It is a game for gamers.

Look, AoW is like Mr. Miyagi in the Karate Kid. First of all, one look at the guy and no one thinks this is a martial arts master. Then when you are even crazy enough to ask him for instructions you have to go through months of washing his dishes. By design or not, you essentially aren't allowed in unless you prove yourself. Yet, when you do, you discover that all that dish washing was preparing you . . .

The developers spent a tremendous amount of time making the game amazing the deeper you go, but all they did with the run down entrance was put a sign there and an Asian greeter who barely speaks any english. Of course everyone is thinking "eh, I've played Asian games, they are grind", I thought that too. I was lucky to even try the game. Countless people -- as evidenced by this forum -- just see the beat up old looking front entrance and say "meh, generic" or get only insofar as the lobby and think "ah, well, I tried it, I gave it a fair shot, nothing to see here." What they don't know is that if you get past the lobby, onto that shiney elevator in the back, it takes you down into a world of wonder, a chocolate factory so huge you can barely figure out what the hell is going on, how can it be so awesome!  But most people aren't going to get through the lobby.

Like people who say, "this game isn't pure sandbox, most of the time I was running extremely poorly done quests" . . . they didn't get past the lobby. People who say, "it is just another generic asian grindfest with poor graphics and clunky combat" . . . they didn't get past the entrance. People who say, "it is pay2win" . . . they peeked through the main entrance, past the lobby, and noticed a shiney elevator door.

The ONLY reason there is hype around Age of Wushu is because some gamers have gotten through the lobby, down the elevator, and are reporting back to their fellow gamers. This game is worthy of hype, but it is an Indie game from China -- and when most gamers think of China, they think of scammers and gold farmers, not brilliant game designers. So, yeah, the hype isn't coming from anywhere that isn't genuine, the fact that there is hype at all should make one pause, given the kind of prejudice that exists against a game like this right from the start. Of course the voices of those who have been down the elevator will be drowned out by the masses who just see the entrance and the skiney old Korean dude in front who can't speak English and derive all of their conclusions from there. But those aren't the people you should be listening to, at least if you think you might have what it takes to belong to Wushu."

 

Best post I've seen in awhile about any game.

  Burntvet

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Joined: 11/16/07
Posts: 2787

4/25/13 4:02:53 PM#73
Originally posted by bcbully

I didn't know what an event was for my first month of play.... I mean there are always things to bitch about anything.  AoW has created TRUE dynamic events while others sold playes hype. Yet some will still complain.

 

You do not have to buy anything even cosmetics from the cash shop. People sell those cosmetics for 500 silver.  If you don't have 500 silver you are a new player, and shouldn't be worry about cosmetics anyways. If you just MUST have it, go ahead and buy it from the cash shop. 

 

EVERYTHING that is in the cash shop is sold INGAME.

 

That may be so... but it is literally IMPOSSIBLE to generate enough unbound liang to keep up with the mid-high end PvP set without buying gold to convert. Even with a VIP acct, even playing 10-12 hours a day. And that is explicitly by design. Same thing with trying to be a high-end crafter. It is all a big funnel into the cash shop to buy gold to convert. And, this is the WORST game for gold selling spam, in the history of games with gold selling spam. The Worst.
  Alamareth

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Joined: 1/03/06
Posts: 591

4/25/13 5:44:02 PM#74
Originally posted by Burntvet
Originally posted by bcbully

I didn't know what an event was for my first month of play.... I mean there are always things to bitch about anything.  AoW has created TRUE dynamic events while others sold playes hype. Yet some will still complain.

 

You do not have to buy anything even cosmetics from the cash shop. People sell those cosmetics for 500 silver.  If you don't have 500 silver you are a new player, and shouldn't be worry about cosmetics anyways. If you just MUST have it, go ahead and buy it from the cash shop. 

 

EVERYTHING that is in the cash shop is sold INGAME.

 

That may be so... but it is literally IMPOSSIBLE to generate enough unbound liang to keep up with the mid-high end PvP set without buying gold to convert. Even with a VIP acct, even playing 10-12 hours a day. And that is explicitly by design. Same thing with trying to be a high-end crafter. It is all a big funnel into the cash shop to buy gold to convert. And, this is the WORST game for gold selling spam, in the history of games with gold selling spam. The Worst.

Total bull.  I play at a pretty high level (not the best, but competitive) and I've NEVER bought gold.  Pretty much full silver gear with maximum stats in the areas I chose.

There are people with literally hundreds of dings.  You honestly think they spent thousands on dollars getting that?

(Before you answer, I know several of these people and the answer is no.)

  Burntvet

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Joined: 11/16/07
Posts: 2787

4/25/13 8:26:38 PM#75
Originally posted by Alamareth
Originally posted by Burntvet
Originally posted by bcbully

I didn't know what an event was for my first month of play.... I mean there are always things to bitch about anything.  AoW has created TRUE dynamic events while others sold playes hype. Yet some will still complain.

 

You do not have to buy anything even cosmetics from the cash shop. People sell those cosmetics for 500 silver.  If you don't have 500 silver you are a new player, and shouldn't be worry about cosmetics anyways. If you just MUST have it, go ahead and buy it from the cash shop. 

 

EVERYTHING that is in the cash shop is sold INGAME.

 

That may be so... but it is literally IMPOSSIBLE to generate enough unbound liang to keep up with the mid-high end PvP set without buying gold to convert. Even with a VIP acct, even playing 10-12 hours a day. And that is explicitly by design. Same thing with trying to be a high-end crafter. It is all a big funnel into the cash shop to buy gold to convert. And, this is the WORST game for gold selling spam, in the history of games with gold selling spam. The Worst.

Total bull.  I play at a pretty high level (not the best, but competitive) and I've NEVER bought gold.  Pretty much full silver gear with maximum stats in the areas I chose.

There are people with literally hundreds of dings.  You honestly think they spent thousands on dollars getting that?

(Before you answer, I know several of these people and the answer is no.)

 

Sure... it is possible if you farm for months and grind the stupid missions over and over and not spend anything ever, but try to generate a full crafter (esp weapons and armor) or someone that does PvP primarily and you'd see how bloody unlikely it is to keep up or get there without buying gold. You can't, really. Logically, would all the dozens and hundreds of gold spammers be there if there was no need to buy it? Yeah...........
  Gdemami

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Joined: 9/23/08
Posts: 7304

4/25/13 9:19:35 PM#76


Originally posted by Burntvet

Logically, would all the dozens and hundreds of gold spammers be there if there was no need to buy it? Yeah...........

So they can steal your credentials and clear your CC...

You are just bad at making money and not understand the basic economy principles - if prices are high, you can make more money as well.

  G0LDCEO

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Joined: 4/25/13
Posts: 1

4/25/13 9:42:31 PM#77

Some places worth a try.

First of all :Non-hierarchical?Dont have level System in this game?View others only see general introduction?This is

determined by the internal strength level , to what extent what strength?.

The second.Around the scenery is very good , worthy of appreciation ?like Mount Wudang , Emei Mountain , Shaolin 

Temple,they are all the Holy Land in the game,scenery great!

And the third,this game will give you a real wushu-age!

  bcbully

Elite Member

Joined: 3/03/12
Posts: 7476

4/25/13 10:23:24 PM#78
Originally posted by Burntvet
Originally posted by Alamareth
Originally posted by Burntvet
Originally posted by bcbully

I didn't know what an event was for my first month of play.... I mean there are always things to bitch about anything.  AoW has created TRUE dynamic events while others sold playes hype. Yet some will still complain.

 

You do not have to buy anything even cosmetics from the cash shop. People sell those cosmetics for 500 silver.  If you don't have 500 silver you are a new player, and shouldn't be worry about cosmetics anyways. If you just MUST have it, go ahead and buy it from the cash shop. 

 

EVERYTHING that is in the cash shop is sold INGAME.

 

That may be so... but it is literally IMPOSSIBLE to generate enough unbound liang to keep up with the mid-high end PvP set without buying gold to convert. Even with a VIP acct, even playing 10-12 hours a day. And that is explicitly by design. Same thing with trying to be a high-end crafter. It is all a big funnel into the cash shop to buy gold to convert. And, this is the WORST game for gold selling spam, in the history of games with gold selling spam. The Worst.

Total bull.  I play at a pretty high level (not the best, but competitive) and I've NEVER bought gold.  Pretty much full silver gear with maximum stats in the areas I chose.

There are people with literally hundreds of dings.  You honestly think they spent thousands on dollars getting that?

(Before you answer, I know several of these people and the answer is no.)

 

Sure... it is possible if you farm for months and grind the stupid missions over and over and not spend anything ever, but try to generate a full crafter (esp weapons and armor) or someone that does PvP primarily and you'd see how bloody unlikely it is to keep up or get there without buying gold. You can't, really. Logically, would all the dozens and hundreds of gold spammers be there if there was no need to buy it? Yeah...........

Exactly, 5 months ago I was living day to day. I still remember how excited I was when I sold my first script for 400L, that was about 600L under priced, but w/e. Over those 5 months I learned hot to PLAY the game.  

 

Over time I learned, I'm not talking about recipes. I learned to craft, I learned my craft. How to make what and make a profit. How to price a script on the market. What's rare, and what people NEED. AoW is not a game where you level to cap in a week get full geared and kickass. It's just not that. This can't be stressed enough.

 

Now you want that weapon that cost 2D, and those pants that cost 1.5D? Mine some iron, make the intro recipe your shifu gives you when you gain the profession, and break it down. Sell 3 stacks of that a day for a week, then buy your gear. PvPr here, and living proof. 

 

Missions? What the heck are those? Quest? Why would you even do them? Really lol.

 

If you just have to have it now, go ahead and pay snail 100$. I'm sure they will love you for it. Just know you are gonna get your ass kicked just like you did before you payed that 100$ Play the game, or Pay the game it's your choice. 

 

 

  Shoko_Lied

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4/26/13 5:50:41 AM#79
If you only look at the superficial based on a couple days, then no, it would seem terrible.. If you look at the full package and some of the later content and social features, then it is a very deep and good mmorpg that appeals to the croud that likes the freedom to do many, many thing and do them when they want to. I was what you could call a disgrunted SWG vet in the bast. I had gotten over that a long time, but I am enjoying Age of Wushu just about as much as I did SWG vanilla.
  NeoCroX997

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Posts: 27

4/26/13 7:10:54 AM#80

After 5 days I just understood all the activities in that game was not interesting enough to continue. It´s all about doing team practice all day to full fatigue. Most of the activties are build up the same way and some are only limited for a short period of time. I really tried to find something that would encourage me to find what stuff will hook me on. I really liked the landscape and the water, but on the other hand the character looks and npc looks really bad made. And for pve lovers, dont waste time on this, it´s build on open pvp. The crafting is limited each day. So to say the ideas are good but are badly made and not enough to do. You gotta love martial arts or wuxia  to like this game.

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