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5-15-2009 @ 1:09PM
We're going to have to agree to disagree.I didn't work to gain and master my abilities to not use them, and vehicle combat is anything but epic. It feels more like you found a way to fix the I.W.I.N. button. >.>
5-15-2009 @ 1:55PM
I hate vehicles. I hate having my level 80 character that I spent hundreds of dollars on over the past 4 years be stuck in some dumb vehicle and not be able to use any of his own abilities and skills that I spent tons of gold on, including the countless respecs.And gear-scaling is pointless too - I don't get any bonuses from my gear in a vehicle - I get is a Health boost. Yay?All I get in a vehicle is the 4 or 5 buttons that everyone else in the same vehicle has.That's not an MMORPG - that's a GIMMICK.It's sucks and it's a waste of time.MMORPG's are about progression and using your skills and gear to advantage. When Blizzard neuters our accomplishments and gear to make everyone "fit it", the game loses it's focus and it's replay value.
5-15-2009 @ 2:53PM
I think the vehicle combat is actually pretty fun coming from the perspective of a melee main with no high level alt. Having a ranged attack is fun.Although i don't call the vehicles and "equalized content" a success considering you can count all the people who like Occulus on one hand.Although the achievements were a lot more bareable than Less-rabi, which still taunts me. Infact, downing the last boss on 5 Amber Drakes is a tough encounter that gives you the same kind of satisfaction as downing a boss like Vashj or Kael, not as much satisfaction, but the same kind.The "Holy smeg that was hard as hell but we finally did it! Yeah were awesome!" feeling.
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