You turn on your computer, and open your browser and go to mmosite.com, looking for a new mmo to play. All you see is a slot load of new, no storyline, generic MMO's! What every happened to story lines?
History of the continent of La La Land and how it came to be is not a core storyline! Most MMO's just throw you into a blank world and make collect hides for mrs. lazy, I mean come on. I have seen very few MMO's that actually have a "core" and involving story line, one for example is Guild Wars, it has something called mission, instances that require you to get a team of players and do "epic" quests with sometimes a boss (waiting at an area for 189 minutes for a so called "boss" spawn isn't a boss fight) at the end. Another one is Lunia, lunia has a very good story line.
I still await for the perfect MMO, one that has a great community, while having a tactical storyline.
As anyone can see the current status of Warhammer, or should I say "Fail" Hammer, due to Mythic's mistake with the servers and the lack of a solid community. A lot of players are leaving the game and are returning to their "home game", Warhammer may have to do what ArchLord did, go F2P, but not in a sense of download > install > play. More like Guild Wars, Buy Game > Install > Playe > Buy Expansion > By Bonus Stuff > Play some more > Buy Expansion, like that. What Guild Wars did with their system was (and still is) successful, Arena Net & NcSoft (Maker and distributors of Guild Wars) are boasting a player enviorment of 5.3 million players, no too bad. I bet, maybe even promise, that if Mythic used the same or similar method, their player pool would increase a lot.
1. Download & Install
1. Download & Install
Well the downloading was the easy part, it took me 40 minutes to download it using a download manager. When it finally finished, I doubled click the installer, and yada, yada, yada. Then after I was done installing, I couldn't fine the icon anywhere! Then I remembered the install location and headed over there. Only to find that you have to open the install folder, and click on the play.exe, after I did that it opened the patcher window. It looked pretty flashy, but at the bottom it had the button "Log Off". at that point, I stopped and though. "I didnt even log on". So regardless of that, I clicked enter, I chose my...