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10-19-2011 @ 3:01AM
From what I managed to see of it, it's a casual game (but one that takes a much larger time commitment [though, I barely noticed]) with hardcore elements. When it comes to grind, there isn't much of that at all. It is very engaging, easy to get lost in. Altoholics like me, will probably burn out if we make too many characters. Despite the time it takes to get to end game, there is lots of stuff to do there, and plenty of challenge built in. But the game is quite enjoyable solo or in small groups. It feels like the kind of game you can put down for a while and easily pick up again. But only time will tell with that one. Regardless, fans of KOTOR and KOTOR 2 will love this game.
10-19-2011 @ 8:02AM
Many thanks. ^_^ I'm definitely interested in the game, and hearing this about it, I'll definitely give it a try when I can.
10-19-2011 @ 8:47AM
I found the same thing when I played last weekend. It's REALLY hard to switch characters because the story is SOO engrossing. There are things that need to be fixed (chat) and there are plenty of things that I would like to see change but at this stage probably wont (getting dark/light points far to simplistic in that the Darkside seems almost like psychotic killers with no nuance, no manipulation, no playing the subtlety game). BUT that being said I absolutely fell in love with the game and find it hard to play WoW now. I'm pre-ordering SWTOR this weekend and can't wait for it's launch.
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