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In Depth and Informal
Let me start out by saying the majority of gamers are not teenages at least not in the major free to play games. That makes what I'm about to get into all the more easier of a subject. The immaturity that is displayed by some of the masses is enough to almost make you want to quit playing whichever game you have dedicated your time to. I'll give examples so you can understand where i am coming from. I play Runes of Magic as my main game and its a very enjoyable experience, most of the time. This is the one year anniversary of RoM and they are giving out prizes. Not saying that they should even be giving out stuff, just the fact that they are is incredible. Yet every time someone opens up one of the anniversary packages and doesn't get a permanant mount they want to whine and cry and complain for about 20 minutes in either zone chat or world chat.
What's the difference between me and you?
About four bank accounts, three houses, and two vehicles. No....I'm just joking, but what is the real difference? The difference between me and the majority of gamers is that I don't just wait for the best F2P MMO to come out dominate at it a while then move on to the next ok F2P adventure to pop up out of the wood works. I actively seek out betas for P2P games with the intent to see if they are worth my while. I've been burned too many times before with promises that a new pay to play game gives. All the aminities they provide just to have it suck in the end. I have played ever single pay to play game except for Ultima Online. And that is just simply because I started with Everquest. Don't get me wrong now some of them are really good, for a while. But then the developers or the community do something that ruins the game for all who are just trying to have a good time and enjoy themselves. I'll give a perfect example. How many times have you played a class in a pay to play game and it has been nerfed by the developers, just for another class to get a boost. So not only did your class go down in ability, the other class got benificial...
Two FPSMMO's Are Open to the Public
This comes to us strait from Fileplanet.com . The two FPSMMO's I'm talking about are Fallen Earth, and Crimecraft. Fallen Earth is in a post apocalyptic setting and is open globally not just in the united states, while Crimecraft is set in a prison colony where rival gangs vouche for control, and is open to U.S., and Canada only. To join either all you have to do is have a fileplanet.com account, doesn't have to be a membership, just an account with them and you can join in on the fun. Lets go into the specifics of each game so that you get a little better acuianted with them before joining.
In Fallen Earth you start out at level 40...don't get exited this is just temporary to let you get to know the game. As you go through the tutorial they face you with diffent obstacles that you will encounter in the world that the game boosts on being 1000 or more square kilometers. These obstacles consist of combat, skill usage, and how to interact with most of the different types of NPCs in the game. Did i forget to mention there are two, count them two, boss fights in the tutorial. Once you finish with the begining introduction to the game you are faced...
Best F2P MMO Part 1
This series will take a look into a variety of the F2P market that is out there and give my views on which are the best and worse to play. Saving you the investment of time of playing each and everyone individually. I have played many of them already, but for this series i will take a second look into some of them just to see if any of the added features have really enriched the gameplay of the overall experience.
In this session we will be taking a look at Warrior Epic. A newer title, this game has some very unique gameplay options, and yet there are some very obvious drawbacks also. When i first started up the game i had already known about the spirit system, but for those of you who are unfamiliar with it i will explain it now. You start out with one character who you adventure with throughout the world. You level up, gain prestige, and also gold. Prestige points are used to revive warrior spirits and recruit new ones to your forces. If you leave your warrior spirits unrevived, you can eq...