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Camelot Unchained Revealed

Follow my journey in Camelot Unchained.

Author: gylnne

This is Why Camelot Unchained Needs to Be Created.

Posted by gylnne Wednesday April 17 2013 at 5:44PM
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I was scanning the front of MMORPG when this post caught my eye. Guildwars 2 is an amazing game but according to this ex officer of 104 players what it lacked finally dawned on him.


"Now don't get the wrong idea, I don't mean the play style which is drastically different, I mean the inherent need to belong, the need to have a job, the feeling of being a necessary part of a cohort group of individuals. In my opinion this game lacks that feeling despite being such an immensely cooperative game. Everyone is a healer, everyone can do damage, everyone can essentially do everything.... that in turn makes me feel like anything I do has no purpose, no meaning, no real significance. I didn't notice it before but this beautifully crafted game suddenly felt as hollow as a Christmas sphere. The game felt like a shell, and suddenly, my entire perception and experience changed. Everything felt empty. "

"but once I started to really think about the game, once I started to think about my role, my class, my decisions, my choices, I began to realize how little it all mattered. In traditional mmos If I played a healer the entire guild would celebrate (healers are always needed) if I played a Warrior or a Tank I knew that I was responsible for keeping my group alive. It brought about a sense of duty and yes even pride after a successful dungeon run.  All of these things feel missing from Guild Wars 2. What is surprising is that it took me that long to realize it."

Continue reading here: Why CU needs to be created.



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