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Submitted by ktype2 300d ago | opinion piece

A Year Past, Looking Back: Star Wars: The Old Republic

SWTOR had its up and downs, mired by incessant launch problems that continued on years after, newly added content had the possibility of becoming unplayable (Eternity Vault, anyone?), bracketless pvp warzones, and much, much more. However, it did not deter me from actually experiencing the game for what it was. It isn’t like no other MMO had launch problems, and it isn’t like any other MMO doesn’t have problems. The game was fine for what it had back then; and it only could get better. (PC, Star Wars:The Old Republic)

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