Apr 17th 2011 5:29PM @Triskelion :endlessly extended free 30 days? Good to see they're copying some ideas from FF XIV, not just WoW!
Apr 16th 2011 7:53PM @Darkmoone : what the hell are you talking about? It's COMPLETELY different - the question mark is BACKWARDS!
Apr 16th 2011 7:46PM @Arkanaloth : the trinity is incredibly tired and I'm incredibly tired of it.
@kalipou134 : can't have an RPG without the trinity? Tell that to the people who played RPGs going from D&D's release in the 1970's all the way up to EverQuest's launch nearly thirty years later.
Apr 9th 2011 7:03PM To be honest, the main thing they could do which would make the newbie experience friendlier, based on my experience with the one dollar trial, is to make the goddamn mobs in the newbie area BIGGER and SLOWER.
Trying to hit those tiny little goblins darting around all over the place, I found it frankly almost impossible. Give us an easier target to get started on, save the faster-moving mobs for later.
Apr 5th 2011 5:25PM I wonder if there is anyone still responding to criticism with "this is just open beta, they'll fix that before launch" ?
Apr 1st 2011 7:27AM @Wensbane I've never even heard of a guild that required voice chat for anything other than raiding or serious organized PvP, so I'm not quite sure what problems you're running into.
Mar 26th 2011 8:11PM @Randy: are you serious? You have to assume that every letter sent to Drama Mamas is offering a one-sided view of the situation intended to cast the writer in the best possible light.
Mar 26th 2011 8:06PM Lisa's reply was stern but fair. If you're not able to raid - whether because vent is malfunctioning, or your internet is up and down like a yoyo, or your addons are all screwed up, or whatever - you need to do the decent thing, bow out of the raid, and sort out your problems. It's not on to waste nine other people's time the way "Vent Troubles" did.
Mar 26th 2011 7:46AM lol, someone got caught buying ISK, got the banhammer right in the face, and is now all butthurt and crying about it. That's why I love CCP so much!
Mar 25th 2011 9:10PM I hate the stereotype (which is extremely popular on your sister site WoW Insider) that anyone who thinks that being good at a game is something worth striving for is automatically a no-life elitist asshole. Sorry guys, some of us have been playing video games for decades, and in the past it was always the case that when you played a game you wanted to get better at it, beat your old high score, etc. Now you'd have us believe that only anti-social assholes want to play a game well.