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1-19-2012 @ 12:50PM
SWTOR needs a lot of work. That's why I'm rather disappointed that their latest patch is a new dungeon and some fixes, rather than major upgrades and additions such as their AH, vendors, PVP, LFG, etc... things that keep me playing the game, rather than think "WoW is so much better this that respect". If the game is fun and not aggravating to play, then I don't care about more content. I made a 2nd char and am at the point where I'm thinking, "Great, now I have to do Coruscant again."Also, I admit SWTOR did good with the full voice missions and cutscenes. But I also don't really care about the game making my character the hero that saves the universe, because he/she isn't. There are no statues of me anywhere. People won't see a plaque in the middle of town that reads "SO-AND-SO, Destroyer of Deathwing!" Nobody knows who I am, so it feels like pandering for the story to make me out as some savior.There are exceptions to this. For example, when someone completes Dragonwrath and you get that whole show in the sky, that's cool, because people WILL know who you are, and what you've accomplished. Those are epic tasks that rightfully should make you feel heroic. But not killing 50 rakghouls and finding 10 spare parts.
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