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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 905d ago | review

Guild Wars 2: Moving MMOs forward in the little ways | SnackBarGames Review

SnackBarGames writes:

"Guild Wars 2 continues to deliver the same experience as you move into higher level zones. There aren’t really many new types of events happening, but the new zones remain interesting. One of the most interesting additions to the game, which I failed to mention last time, are jumping puzzles. These are platforming sections that involve finding your way through an area using tricky jumps or navigating a maze. At the end, there is usually an achievement and a loot chest. This is one of the more rewarding experiences I’ve had while exploring zones in an MMO, while also becoming one of the most aggravating." (Guild Wars 2, PC) 5/5

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