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1-21-2012 @ 5:10PM
I actually like that feature about SWTOR zones, though. In WoW, it WAS nice that I could start out on one end of the world and walk to the other, but at the same time it made the world of Azeroth feel very small: you can't walk from one end of the Earth to the other in a few hours (or 15 minutes flying). "Mountains" in WoW are hilariously small and hilariously shaped. In TOR the terrain looks a lot more real, even in the KOTOR_style cartoonish graphics, and being able to look off into the distance and see huge mountains (like in Alderaan) makes my character feel appropriately tiny, even if I can't decide to travel to the mountain. It would be nice if TOR could be more like Skyrim, sure, with both great-looking environments AND a completely-open world, but so far I've enjoyed the environments in TOR even though I thought I wouldn't.
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