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May 5th, 2005 #1
Hey i heard guild wars came out. Is it any good? I always wanted to get a mmorpg, but i hate how you have to pay monthly. But this game doesn't (which is good). So if anyone bought it, give me your opinions.
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My friend works at EB and got my into the Beta last weekend, and since It released last week or so I doubt much changed.
But it was fucking awesome. The game play is fast yet organized. All the characters and monsters have awesome designs, and the enviorments are quite enjoyable as well.
And no monthly fees is always and added bonus.
May 6th, 2005 #3
dude...we should have a CA guild ....when i get the game we should have CA.org meetups . that'd be soooo uber!
May 6th, 2005 #4Registered User
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yay me is thinking aboot getting the game, too.. it looks great so far, the release is in a few days i think (i live in europe)....
anyways, IF i get the game i am down for sum HAWT ca.org guild action.
but thinking about getting the game reminds me of how much i actually should have been drawing the last days, not gaming...
May 7th, 2005 #5
Lim, we can already buy it.
Ich hatte es heute schon in der Hand...
has anybody an idea about how much the monthly fee for LineageII is?
but maybe its better to pay 39,-€ once for Guild Wars...
i've got to think about it-while i am playing Sacred again.
May 10th, 2005 #6
guild wars got a 92 i believe on gamespot.com, so it must be fairly good.
Last edited by le capitan; May 10th, 2005 at 09:54 AM.
May 10th, 2005 #7
Played both the betas, so I already have my impression of the game. As beautiful as it looks, and kind of cool pvp aspects....the gameplay isn't there.
It doesn't come close to World of Warcraft in my honest opinion. Sure its $15/month. But its also a much better game with more replay value. I should also add that I play quite a bit. So if you play < 10 hours a week, then Guild Wars is a great choice. WoW has more to offer though.
Sketchbook be here...
May 10th, 2005 #8
I'm not big on MMORPGs, but mainly because of the monthly fees. I'm definitely picking this baby up. It's gonna cut into my Battlefield 2 fund, but oh well
UPDATE: I got it and love it. I play as Braco Madar on there W/MO. I'm in the guild Victoria Vel Nex (Victory Or Death). Anyway, for you noobs, don't leave the noobie area until your at least level 5, or 6. With that said, this is a great game. I haven't PVPed yet, but I figure once I get level 20, I'll probably do that for the rest of the time, until the expansions come out. It's well worth the money, for me at least.
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May 11th, 2005 #9Registered User
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I got the game today. I'm still in the training area, it's pretty fun so far. I expected worse of the beginning area, since some people said it was the most boring part of the game - it's supposed to really pick up later.
May 11th, 2005 #10Originally Posted by darkarts
May 22nd, 2005 #11
May 22nd, 2005 #12
Everyone is on the same server, but there's different districts to be on. So if your questing and ended back in town you will have to know the district number of that exact town to see the other player. You'll find the district switch top left of the screen. People should add their characters name so you can add them to their friend's list.
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May 22nd, 2005 #13