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My new MMO...


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Delolith
12.14.2011 , 05:44 AM | #21
Quote: Originally Posted by RiteOn View Post
They might just give up and go work on another more succesful launch event...

THIS ONE IS DEAD, GONE, BURRIED...

r.i.p. SWTOR...
Lol....you are this dense to say something like this. Your only redeeming post was the wait to preorder till you tried the game. But this is total *********

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RiteOn
12.14.2011 , 05:48 AM | #22
Quote: Originally Posted by Delolith View Post
Lol....you are this dense to say something like this. Your only redeeming post was the wait to preorder till you tried the game. But this is total *********
I was talking about the LAUNCH EVENT mate, not the game in itself...

I admited I will play the game, that;s why I am still on this God forsaken forum...

But this launch made me go to the crapper more often than usual...

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Zionite
12.14.2011 , 05:48 AM | #23
Quote: Originally Posted by RiteOn View Post
Yes, all people who joined in November should be punished because they were not GULIBLE enough to buy the "YET ANOTHER WOW KILLER"...

They should be barred from accessing the game ever again because of their daring ATTEMPT TO ACTUALLY SEE THE FRREAKING GAME before paying money for "YET ANOTHER WOW KILLER"...
Perhaps the reason people are eager to believe new MMOs can kill WoW is because so many people passionately want WoW to die.

Assuming this, why idolize a game you would love to see fail?

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RiteOn
12.14.2011 , 05:50 AM | #24
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History...r_online_games

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Upcoming MMORPGs

Although no competitor has been able to garner a subscription base to rival World of Warcraft, there are some promising games in development. ArcheAge currently in beta stage for korea player base is developed by XL_Games and looks the most promising yet where Tencent reportedly paid in the neighborhood of 40 million US dollars to publish the game in China. Followed by Aion: The Tower of Eternity, developed by NCsoft, has gathered a respectable subscription base (NCSoft's previous titles include Guild Wars and Lineage II). Upcoming titles also include Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and Warhammer 40,000 Online. Stellar Dawn, an upcoming multiplayer sci-fi game by Jagex - the maker of RuneScape - is supposed to be a rival of WoW: Mark Gerhard, the CEO of Jagex, has stated in an interview with Eurogamer that he suspects that the players of Stellar Dawn are the same players who play WoW.[28] On December 2010, Blizzard confirmed that they're working on Titan, a new MMO.[29][30] Lastly much hype has been surrounding Guild Wars 2 which features many innovative new systems that aim to drastically alter the way people play MMORPGs. It will have the same Buy-to-play purchase model as the original.
HOW MANY OF THOSE ARE ALIVE?

HOW MANY OF THOSE, IF U PO'D ON 1ST DAY, MADE SENSE?

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ageoflove
12.14.2011 , 05:52 AM | #25
Quote: Originally Posted by RiteOn View Post
will be out in 1 year. Give me 200$ now, and I will guarantee:

1. it will not fail
2. servers will work, no lag, enough population
3. you get max lvl 1st
4. you get loads of gold
5. you get to annoy everyone on forums with all the above

All I need now is to make a nice site, serve you with a trailer.

This is a test of how GULIBLE people really are.
Nah. People are putting their trust in the company Bioware. It has made some good space games like KOTOR and Mass Effect and the people who choose to believe their marketing are trusting on the fact that this company will not trow away their good reputation for a 1 time ripp off scheme.

It's almost certain that if it were just EA and Lucasarts producing this game alot more people would have waited to see how the game would turn out by the somewhat "short term commercial succes" reputation of these 2 particular companies.

So , you see, it isnt about being gulible, its about making the choice to give Bioware the benefit of the doubt because they ave been so awesome in the past. If they screw this up, they know they cant pull this stunt again cuz people will be less " gulible"

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Sirenn
12.14.2011 , 05:55 AM | #26
there is a major flaw in your game that says you might and i mean might get to play it within a year of the launch date if you pre pay and pre order today

and dont forget in t he eula to say we can change this to be not the game you thought you were buying at any time we want. that way you can basicaly make the game pacman cause the eula said so.

also dont forget that you need to attach the game to a popular already established name like star wars trek. dont wrry you dont need the game to have anything to do with star wars or star trek just say ist a m illion years in the past.

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RiteOn
12.14.2011 , 05:59 AM | #27
Quote: Originally Posted by ageoflove View Post
Nah. People are putting their trust in the company Bioware. It has made some good space games like KOTOR and Mass Effect and the people who choose to believe their marketing are trusting on the fact that this company will not trow away their good reputation for a 1 time ripp off scheme.

It's almost certain that if it were just EA and Lucasarts producing this game alot more people would have waited to see how the game would turn out by the somewhat "short term commercial succes" reputation of these 2 particular companies.

So , you see, it isnt about being gulible, its about making the choice to give Bioware the benefit of the doubt because they ave been so awesome in the past. If they screw this up, they know they cant pull this stunt again cuz people will be less " gulible"
I put my faith in this whole world and they f..kd me two times over with the crisis.

This launch is just like getting money out of a failing bank. The people who pay more always get more out, the rest will die poor f.kers anyway...

Gogo NWO !

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ageoflove
12.14.2011 , 05:59 AM | #28
Quote: Originally Posted by Sirenn View Post
and dont forget in t he eula to say we can change this to be not the game you thought you were buying at any time we want. that way you can basicaly make the game pacman cause the eula said so.t
Same thing. Sure, they can make it pacman and have you pay for it. Woohoo! Nobody will ever buy another bioware game after that however, so its very unlikely.

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RiteOn
12.14.2011 , 06:03 AM | #29
Quote: Originally Posted by ageoflove View Post
Same thing. Sure, they can make it pacman and have you pay for it. Woohoo! Nobody will ever buy another bioware game after that however, so its very unlikely.
Yes, I forgot to tell you, my new game will feature a lot of new MMO mechanics, like cover and... hmmmm... that's about it... BUT DOES THAT NOT EXCITE YOU AND MAKE YOU PO YET?

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RiteOn
12.14.2011 , 06:11 AM | #30
Quote: Originally Posted by Sirenn View Post
also dont forget that you need to attach the game to a popular already established name like star wars trek. dont wrry you dont need the game to have anything to do with star wars or star trek just say ist a m illion years in the past.
I just wish this launch event was not based on counting that every client's brain is also one million years in the past...