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Yup, I've played D&D, and actually found it quite fun, I'd even consider having a go at LARPing, despite the fact that is, in essence, PvP, but it's not a situation where the other guys run off with your sword, or demand cash from you not to attack, you meet up purely for the purpose of combat, kind of like Unreal Tournament or the like.
sorry, but the game(play) is basically a carbon copy. ;\
Thing is, I don't have a problem with Corp-work, but I used to play Eve and found the fact that PvP was forced on you a little annoying. Eve seemed to turn into a game of 'find the exploit', and I lost interest, there were areas of space that were supposed to be 'safe' for players who weren't interested in PvP, but the truth is that people found ways to work around that, from salvage thieves to griefer corps, who'd wardec you on a ransom. Frankly, I don't like being threatened by people I've never met before, be it irl or online.Personally, I'll always prefer a co-operative form of game to a confrontational one, it's in my nature, and Eve seemed to encourage the latter. I wouldn't mind giving LOTR a go now that there's a free-play option, but the fact is that any game that throws absolutely everyone into the same game-space will always include people who are just there to ruin it for everyone, I'd rather do something like Diablo or Dungeon Siege, where the number of players are limited, but you can choose the game with the ruleset that suits you.
All fantasy MMO's have basicly the same gameplay. What, you didn't think that WoW is somehow incredibly original and that it didn't copy from the game that came before?Either way, there are some small differences, and rather important ones for me. Still not big enough differences for me to continue playing.
LOTR is for the most part a clone of WoW which is a clone of EQ which is a clone of AC which is a clone of UO Saying you somewhat like it means you 'somewhat' like the genre.Some are indeed very grinding and epic lootz focused, others are very pvp and minmax focused, and then there are yet more, nuances in the genre can be quite dramatic.Unfortunately (*apart from WoW and UO) most of the 'mainstream' ones have nuances I don't get along with.
Though, I'm also thinking seriously about D&D online, which IS now 100% free for a non-premium account
Someone should make an FPS MMO. I'd play that. Fallout3 was FP wasn't it? Why not that on a grand scale.Of course people want to watch their characters walk everywhere but that's why you give an option for TPP.
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