July 3, 2012 by Keen The first area in the game where we’re at is full of zombie people attacking a town. Regardless, I look forward to hearing more of your thoughts on the game as you spend more time with it.
Back in the day, Call of Cthulhu had a lovely mechanic for this – Cthulhu mythos knowledge allowed you to understand what was really going on but gave an increasingly high chance for insanity. A little more will be explained in part 9 or 10 of the first story quest, if I remember correctly from a couple nights ago. I don’t expect to spend years playing it, but there should be enough to justify the cost for a few months. I think you can learn a great deal about the direction a game is taking from the first few months of patches post release. If I was a gambling man, I’d wager TSW is in for a fairly bug-free, surprisingly popular launch over the next month.
I remade my char a few times getting better synergies, switching to Blades and realising I could use two finishers made a big difference.


There is a lot of foreshadowing, it’s nice noticing some crap in the world then having it pay off a few hours later.
We debated going to EQ2, DDO, and a handful of other games, but decided to give TSW a shot since it’s new and Graev enjoys the work of Ragnar Tornquist. Combat feels a little clunky and spazzy at times.  Those are some of the apparent negatives for me.
While I appreciate your commentary and insight on games you really must feel desperate for something to play. At 100% knowledge you would be fully versed in the dark secrets underlying our apparently safe universe but would be irretrievably insane and your GM would take your character off you to use as a monster NPC.
If the game had a better pricing model I could see myself coming back to the game over and over again. So I’m hearing that the game is good when your not being constantly chased by silly monsters and forced into crappy combat. If they did one thing right, they chose a very interesting context for players to dink around in, and I’m tempted to play just for that setting.


Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers. Funcom is just one of the worst game devs I have ever seen — I picked up AoC at launch and watched them parley a rough start into actually making the game worse for several months before fixing it. As it stands I’ll probably play until GW2 and then try it again if they go F2P in a few years. In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois). Meanwhle politicians decry lack of morality and fiscal probity, taxi drivers pick up fares and school children grumble about school dinners.
They stabilized the game into something pretty decent and then spent the next few years systematically ruining what they achieved.



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