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vladakov writes:

 Conan looked great, just too bad it isn´t one big open world, i regret that =(

Tue Jan 26 2010 5:18AM Report
Player_420 writes:

exactly, have fun traveling to anything you see in the distance of this pic...cause you can't...

Tue Jan 26 2010 5:20PM Report
joe200 writes:

WTF! are on about Player_420, have you even played AoC? because I have and yes you can travel to like 95% of the things you seen in the distance. Fkn AoC hater...

Tue Jan 26 2010 6:15PM Report
uohaloran writes:

Unless they removed invisible borders after the first three months, no you cannot.

Tue Jan 26 2010 10:39PM Report
nevermore82 writes:

don't know about the first three months... but atm you can definitely travel to everything you see in that pic and more. Haven't seen a province yet, that has those invisible borders of which you speak

Wed Jan 27 2010 7:03AM Report
OptiqueMarquis writes:

i've played aoc, and im no hater, but player_420 is right - particularly at the location you are in this screenshot (khemi). you see a lot of landscape and buildings in the continent (and shown in your minimap as well) when on khemi island but you cannot go there (invisible barrier in the sea somewhere).

Wed Jan 27 2010 6:22PM Report
astrob0y writes:

There is invisible borders in the area that this ss is taken.

Thu Jan 28 2010 2:30AM Report
Aryas writes:

If I can't visit every single piece of land that is visible in this screenshot, then the whole game is totally ruined. Yes that's right, all of it!

I'm going to cancel my sub, delete the game of my hard disk, then smash my PC and kill myself for good measure.


Thu Jan 28 2010 8:51AM Report
Otach writes:

that's surprisingly pitiful considering the mass of exploration that games like SWG were 

Sun Mar 07 2010 10:21PM Report writes:
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