Ever wondered what you are doing for Mother Earth? Well, think about it this way... As gamers we do not harm many things, we spend time on an unlimited source, and we are given vision of what is right or wrong. Would you expect a gamer to run outside and start burning random objects on a "controlled" fire? Of course not... you would expect to see them playing a game!
Earth is deteriorating as we know it and most of the reason why is because of us (not gamers), us as in human beings. From the destruction of war to the darkest and quietest spot of an ancient forest, humans are not slowly but rapidly eating away all in their path, just like fire. Although we are expanding and upgrading to more sufficient and environment-friendly usables, we will at some point loose this life supporting planet. Scientists of today are trying to find ways that we may live on other planets, or maybe even galaxies, but there are no safe solutions... As gamers, we not only have fun while unknowingly helping this big blue beautiful rock, we also portray safety to our own kind.
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I thought the entire game was amazing, other than those late control reactions and that I can't figure out how to shout...
Anyways, this game totally beats maple story by a bunch! I never new that this small 2D game could bring such life into sidescrollers! My most favored thing in the game would be the emoticons! It adds more fun to search and work for 'em, then rub it in your friends faces! The game play will definitely need to be fixed for the late control reaction, but other than that who cares!?
My Opinion (all of this from top to bottom is opinionated)
Playability = 6/10 Pretty decent, must work on some bugs and reactions on controls
Graphics = 8/10 The skills look amazing and the animations are well done.
Sound = 5/10 I didn't really realize anything spectacular in this category.
Entertainment = 9/10 It got me wanting to play more and more, which is more than almost any game that I have went through.
Replay value = 8/10 The rating speaks for itself.
Bottom Line = 8.75/10
So yeah, this is my first impression of La Tale, thanks for reading!...
From demos to online game downloads, I will ever dominate the battlegrounds, the platforms, the landscape, the field, and the world. I am not easily discouraged for I will try forever until I reach perfection, or at the top of the scoreboards... Quitting is nothing to me. So when I reach the top of the mountains, I will feel the pride and the glory!
But, it isn't over for me, I will continue my great conquest of game domination into another realm. A new style of gameplay, fresh victims, and the inviting intro of the story... Then again, I will dominate, I will rule, I will become victorious! From game to game, I will so called, "OWN",all others, and the few that stands in my way will perish!
My only limitations are to not cheat, skip, or have a strong assistance within a game. Also including, I must try to play the hardest difficulty setting, but if fails, go lower and ...
I have tried games from one of the oldest, Flyff, to one of the latest, Atlantica online. None is satisfying enough to let me enjoy it for a long time. I'm guessing that I may be trying to play the wrong game... I wanted action, but instead I got grind and unbalanced pvp fights. I wanted to explore, but instead I got mobs that prevented me to go far away, unless I get to a certain level. I wanted adventure, but I was given repetitive quests and missions. Kill this 40 times, gather 20 of that, run to this NPC, return when completed... Do you understand me?
The flavor of mmorpgs have been lost, in my opinion. There is not enough "story" in their storylines, there is not enough things to do or have... There is no point... We killed high level bosses and fought away hundreds of trolls, but now what? The storyline in mmorpgs are supposed to give the players a point in playing, not just to be online and hang with friends. How about the players that play the game for the suppose...
When you come online, or log into an MMORPG, you'll soon notice that there are players online (if popular or new, maybe even old games would have this). If you want attention, then say something, right? Well, MMORPGs offer a comprehensive chat system that brings the livelyness of the players to the next level, and you can say whatever the hell you want!
Now, patches are essential to any mmorpg, or even an mmog, they allow new content to seep into the game! Also, in patches, things like glitch fixes, error solutions, and other improvements are done through this, awsome right? And don't forget, that most official events are brought in this way. Bringing extra EXP per kill or just bonus mo...
Let's say you got to that level 50 and is able to join war (yey for you), then soon you will realize the war system is a great system, but only until you also realize it gets repetitive and nothing will change. I for 1 enjoy raging wars, but not as much as wars with tactical advantages. I also can say that going into pvp wars seem to have no point at all, rather than to just claim, "I am the better clan, guild, team, nation, etc."
I have still more time to come by for a great War system in mmos. Or maybe even the players have something better to do other than show their awsomeness to the other side, maybe like grinding for instance. Games like Sho Online, Neo Steam, War Hammer Online, RF online, and many more puts their war systems as the main content of the game.
Don't you believe that if the game's point is to have warring ...