Mar 30th 2012 3:44PM Oh...
Um, 'scuse me while I go change my pants.
Mar 29th 2012 11:39PM @TortoiseCan
Same here, except instead of LOTRO it was SWTOR I got bored of.
Mar 29th 2012 11:09PM @The Moonshadow
I wouldn't call it raiding heavy anymore. It was at one time, but these days it's got one of the most diverse endgames on the market.
Mar 29th 2012 3:07PM ...Well, crap. :(
Mar 28th 2012 7:38PM Explosives? Building gadgets and fortifications??
Count me in! :D
Mar 28th 2012 1:37AM @Ghostspeaker
And far less shocked at the crazy going on in the comments to this post, but far more entertained. *munches popcorn*
Mar 28th 2012 1:34AM Considering MapleStory's target audience I'm far more shocked that that many people understood the question.
Mar 27th 2012 12:24AM Funny you should post this today, I was just talking about it earlier with a friend of mine.
I've been back in Atreia the past week or so and am finding myself falling in love with it again. The game's improved so much the past year and a half since I last played. It's got my favorite implementation of vanity pets ever, the art design is even more gorgeous than I remember, and combat is pretty fun if not completely revolutionary. Still really dislike RNG-based crafting, but the work order system makes it at least bearable.
But the lack of info about the transition is frustrating as hell and it's frankly making me anxious. I know we'll find out in just 2 weeks either way, but the tight lips about the cash shop makes me wonder what they're hiding. It's probably just baseless paranoia (NCSoft already transitioned Lineage 2 while handily avoiding most of the pitfalls usually associated with these things), but it'd definitely ease my mind if they were a little more forthcoming than they are.
TL;DR version: This is a good post and you should feel good. :D
Mar 24th 2012 4:18PM @(Unverified)
"WoD is about the grittyness of the world, the despair and the UNSEXINESS of the supernatural world"
Not really. While WoD is very gritty, Vampire especially is about maintaining the appearance of style and nobility and humanity in order to conceal the very unsexy ripping out of throats and such from the kine. Which is why it's Vampire The Masquerade and not Vampire The Bloodletting. There's definitely despair and misery and violence, but it's all hidden under the silken mask of decadence.