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The Other Side of the Looking Glass

Posted by Jon Wood on Feb 15, 2006  | Comments

The Other Side of the Looking Glass - MMORPG.com

The good folks at The Matrix Online have given us another edition of "The Other Side of the Looking Glass". As usual, we bring you a small piece of the article. If you're interested in reading further, follow the link below.

Happy Valentine's Day
For Valentine's Day this year, I'm giving everyone my article originally slated for last Friday! (Yeah, I'm cheap.) Valentine's Day, I feel, is best observed by spending time with people you care about or thinking about them if you can't be close. Remember, in The Matrix Online, nothing says love like a boot to the head. Just ask anyone from Vector--they're always spreading that kind of love around.

It's A Long, Long Way to Tipperary
Last week was a long one here in the Seattle studio. The team has been jamming on Combat Revision 2.0 and we finally got Update 5 out the door.

We're happy to see the positive feedback about the new combat effects. We also appreciate everyone keeping an open mind to the removal of Tactics numbers and damage absorption text. Our hope is that the combat effects give enough visual feedback for you to make strategic decisions during combat.

Even though we've come a long way in implementation over the past few months, we still have the final stretch ahead. There are still items we feel must be completed before CR2.0 is released and there's all your feedback to take into consideration. The journey has been a long one since the initial proposal last year, but we're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. (No, it's not a subway car.)

To read it all, click here.

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