BioWare has invited about 100-200 people to play highly anticipated upcoming MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic in a closed beta.
o.o O.O I still fear this MMO will suck...
Maybe you didn't see that it's being developed by BioWare.
Like bioware that cant make a game that can suck aka Dragon Age.
Maybe you didn't see that it's being developed by Bioware Austin. That studio hasn't produced anything to my knowledge so at this point we don't know if they're Bioware in name only or the real thing. Don't give this game a free pass because it has a name behind it.
'Like bioware that cant make a game that can suck aka Dragon Age. ' Dragon Age was excellent. Try again. EDIT:Thinking about it you might have made a positive comment without realising - bioware cant make a game that can suck aka Dragon Age = Bioware can't make games that suck, for example look at Dragons Age Origins. You may have a point imdaboss, I like your thinking.
That has always been my fear too. Especially after STO.
yeah but they have experience in RPG's such as Knights of the Republic, Dragon Age, Mass Effect surely they know how to implement these deep RPG elements into a MMO
Gosh, need to see if I know anyone who has heard of it or knows someone with an invite. Would be awesome to try a bit.
might have to build one of those gaming pc's
It's not the RPG stuff that worries me about this game, it's the combat. From what I've seen it's just boring typical MMO combat the same as any game out there. They went through great lengths to make this different in terms of RPG stuff and story but they didn't bother doing a thing with combat.
It's an MMO so there's not much you can do about the way the combat works. All the calculations are done server side which is why it seems a little disconnected if you know what I mean.
Really looking forward to this game, even if I'd have to build a gaming pc for it. That being said I wanna see gameplay footage first.
i wish i could be in this Beta so much!!!...
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