GW2 Wasn’t as Cool as We Hoped
It had a lot of promise and it had a lot of hype. But it turns out the game didn’t live up to our expectations. Don’t get me wrong, the game was fun…at first. Guild Wars 2 has lost a lot of its players but that doesn’t mean they won’t return. That’s the good thing about a game without subscriptions. Even if you uninstall it, you can just download it again and play it should a huge content patch come like there should be later this year. Maybe things will change and ArenaNet will see the need for true end-game that will keep people playing. In the meantime, we will probably just continue to log in a time or 2 a week to check in and do some recording. Here’s hoping GW2 can redeem itself.
This Is No Surprise But We Want True TES First-Person
The people have spoken! Zenimax Online, please do whatever you can to get true first-person in the game. It obviously isn’t the end of the world or a total game-breaker for us should it not make it into the game, but it would really help sell this game to die-hard TES fans. It’s alienating enough to take a game that has always been single-player and attempt to make it an MMO, but when you remove things that have become a staple of past games, you’re damaging its credibility.
We know the old argument that 1st person is inferior to 3rd person in an MMO setting and in most cases that is true. But ask yourself which is more immersive with it comes to just wandering around Tamriel collecting herbs and lore books? There’s just a need for this mechanic even if it isn’t used by many most of the time.