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What are your thoughts on.......

Posted by Axum Sunday April 27 2008 at 4:49PM
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The possibility of an MMO like "The World" off of .hack?

Do you think games will progress that far?

and if so do you have any worries about it?



For one, i think we need better AI more than anything..........

Gishgeron writes:

ahhhhh, .hack.  The console game which had an MMO grind.  It even personified the very "repetitive" elements we detest. 

Anime was...intersting.  Game was neat though.

As for my thoughts, yeah...we are a long way away from what you are thinking of.  Its not even AI really...its bandwidth.  For all of that information to be running, it would take a monster bandwidth to keep up with the NPC's and a fat budget on the game to maintain it.

Lets just say, never gonna happen.  Best thing we'll get is player run worlds.  But, that requires a ton of players to be a true success.  Hard to get that these days.

Mon Apr 28 2008 12:13AM Report
Axum writes:

Well im pretty sure within the next few decades bandwidth will be taken care of... Especially with the opening of the new "Grid" project which is supposed to be the internet 2.0 ...

Within about 10 years, computers have progressed from Mb's to TB's .....

I believe it is possible, but not a very probable thing.

Especially if they keep working and upgrading AI that can build the MMO by itself.

Mon Apr 28 2008 5:26PM Report
ZANGFEI writes:

TB are need now so we can ALT + Tab to another free game.

Free games are killing anything and everything of value in the gaming world.

Sat Sep 20 2008 11:42AM Report
xeniar writes:

im waiting for the day that this is available it  will be a long way ahead of us but it will come sooner or later im sure of that.

Fri Dec 19 2008 7:34PM Report writes:
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