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Submitted by kafe 1282d ago | opinion piece

Unreasonable hopes and expectations for the SWTOR space travel system.

I've seen space-travel games, and planetside games, but to really immerse a player in a fictional universe, I'd like to see a game that implements both to a satisfactory degree. I'm eager to see just how far the developers of Star Wars: The Old Republic take it- I acknowledge that there is a healthy amount of speculation in my post, but I feel that if the space mechanic was any more sophisticated, we would have heard about it by now. (Dev, EA, PC, PS3, Star Wars:The Old Republic, Xbox 360)

DeadlyFire  +   1281d ago
This is a negative side to TOR if you ask me. On Rails is no way to be in Space. I would rather do without. But hey I guess they attempted a quick solution to it. I know it will be complained about immensely once released to public though. Hopefully then we see the better side of space travel.

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