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The place where I make outrageous claims about games... All games.

Author: Itzcoliuhqui

New year.

Posted by Itzcoliuhqui Tuesday January 1 2008 at 7:07PM
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So, I went to see the responses to my previous post and was kinda disapointed at the lack of responses.

People that did reply(Thank you!), pointed me mostly towards EVE. I got the feeling they sugested this game because I can advance my character without being logged in... Which is a nifty feature, but... I don't want to feel like I'm not "doing" anything. And in some measure, want to feel my character growth.


Since it's a new year, I decided to officialy re-start the discussion of: Which is more Casual-friendly? Subscription-based or the others? Please explain why in your view. Also, if possible, give an example of one game you feel is particularly casual-friendly.


Edit: Oh and... Happy new year guys!

The casual player.

Posted by Itzcoliuhqui Tuesday December 25 2007 at 9:05PM
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This will actually be my first attempt at blogging so, please, take that into account before stating "ZOMG THAT R NOT BLOGGING".


So... What's this all about? Well, nowadays everyone claims that MMORPGs are very "noob" friendly and cater to the casual player... I thought I'd put this to the test. I recently got a job, so I guess I'll be the casual player that the big guys are trying to catch.


That said, I need YOU! Yes, you! To suggest the game to play... And/or, volunteer to acompany me!

I'll check this friday for the suggestions.


Edit: I forgot to add, please don't suggest high end games... Since I probably won't be able to play them on my laptop(AMD Turion 64 X2 1.9GHz | 2GB RAM | GeForce 7150M)