Apr 4th 2012 3:35PM It's cheesy enough to be hilarious when you watch someone play it. The ragdoll physics of your avatar along with the player's moves amused me. Of course, that'd apply to a number of Kinect games, but still, at least it serves to get some delight out of me.
Apr 4th 2012 8:19AM I just want to play Guild Wars 2, and I'm hoping to call it my new MMO home.
Apr 3rd 2012 10:00PM @hami83
Nice, thanks for explanation. I hadn't heard any of that. Makes me excited for potential new zones. :)
Apr 3rd 2012 7:18PM Try a new game and have a chance at prizes? Don't mind if I do! I don't expect anything from the latter, but the former offers a nice art style.
Apr 3rd 2012 6:52PM Speaking of innovation, if you haven't seen or heard about it, the "What Would Molydeux?" game jam happened this last weekend. Joystiq covered it in a couple of articles. I bring this up because it highlights some interesting twists on game design based on humorous and outlandish tweets.
Yes, this sort of thing wouldn't happen with MMO games at the present, but who knows about the future. Maybe one day there will be software programs that are easily accessible for indie developers to quickly produce MMO ideas, even if they are simple prototypes.
Apr 3rd 2012 1:39PM Before this bit of lore, I didn't realize that the dragons were like WoW's Burning Legion: They invade and conquer worlds. So far I've only seen speculation of entering the planar rift worlds for an expansion of the game's world. But it sounds like there are other undiscovered worlds out there as well for Trion to expand the lore to.
Apr 1st 2012 7:26PM Jokeception eh? I like the tags on this article, such as "we-brought-back-one-shots". I'm glad you're giving One Shots another try. I'll have to submit some screenshots from now on.
Apr 1st 2012 4:01PM I thought you were going for some kind of Geordi La Forge visor bit at first.
Apr 1st 2012 10:04AM *Claps* Jerk. :P
And for anyone that rages: /popcorn
Mar 31st 2012 10:04AM I had friends from an internet forum who got me to play Ragnarok Online and later into WoW. It was fun joking around and playing together in a group. We had the forums to chat on about various games, an MMO to play persistent characters on, and games on Yahoo and the like to play for casual fun.