Up until this point i had no interest in MMO's and i thought this game would be the first one i could really get into, but it's too repetitive for its own good.
the glitches in this game are annoying,but that doesnt stop me from coming back and play it 24/7 with buddies online,and the glitches can be easily fixed anyway
I guess its bound to happen when people who don't play MMO's and review games play one for the first time. Plenty of variety, an Action MMO (really good and unique game style) lots to do, PVP is fun, its nice to just look for people to kill ect.. Afew glitches here and there (which is the same for any new MMO) nothing thats gamin spoiling , but looking forward to future updates.
Someone who never had an interest in MMO, with so many good ones available, gives a brand new one a low score. Are we surprised? These idiots have to stop reviewing games they have no interest in.
NOOO!I want to play this but refuse to pay the monthly fee. Also I feel bad for games like this because upon review, any new MMO's has WoW to measure up against.
agree also just a fyi on the forums peaple are reporting that there data is on one server so there is achance you can loose all your data. Good concept but not a must have
Fair score..Average score for an average game... This game is fun but nothing special. But its a reall good game.
I'm not big on MMO at all and not very willing to pay monthly subscription but this game made me consider if I want to pay for the month after the free trial. My roommates and I are having a blast. I don't know if this is an influncing factor but my 40GB Fat PS3 with a Hitachi 250GB harddrive seems to run smoother and the menu load slightly quicker than my roommate with a 160GB Slim PS3 and my other roommate with a 500GB 20GB Fat PS3. So maybe upgrading to a good harddrive might make the PS3 DC Universe experience smoother.
What's the point of reading something that wouldn't pass in a third grade English class? Read outloud what you just wrote. If it sounds broken, fix it until it's adequate. Otherwise your argument is drowned in your sloppiness and none of us should take you seriously. Why does such garbage get approved?
Not that I disagree with what you're saying but, you're not perfect either you know. Just saying that someone who is going to criticize grammar, punctuation, and spelling should probably do so themselves before criticizing. Doesn't make you wrong though.
I don't know what you're getting on about. I type on a phone w/no key pad just a screen so if there are errors, it's from there. My writing professors were tough so it annoys me to see garbage. It's laziness.
Well, here's an example. "Read out loud what you just wrote" Traditionally that should be "Read aloud what you just wrote". It's a nitpicky thing (I'm aware that nitpicky is not a word) that's not really an issue other than to be a part of my point.
Fair enough dragon
I think gorebago is proper in his criticism, and I also feel that the same criticism should not be given to a comments section. You are treating what he said as a general rule for the internet, but it is clear that he is saying reviews should be well written in order to be taken seriously.
Hmmm, seems like i'm in the minority on this one. The game was fun at first, but it just got too monotonous after however many hours i spent playing it. I don't know what you guys are doing to make it fun, but i couldn't find it. Thanks for the criticism gorebago, i'm working on my writing technique. I don't want to post shitty reviews that people don't want to trust and you're the first person to call me out on that, so thanks again.
I'd accept criticism anytime if I knew what it was in regards to. Critism is essential. It forces you to see things as others do and improve your skills.
I don't know how many hours you put in or what level you reached. But, I am having a blast. I have pretty much leveled up my character to 30 in about 2 weeks of 3-4 hours of daily play. I play with 2-3 other friends on a PvP server. I understand the repetitive nature of the game being an issue for some. But, that is also the nature of MMO's. IMO, the DC license brings some freshness to the genre. Seeing these iconic characters and locals throughout the game world is part of the bait that has me hooked. I am loving the fact that it truly is a skills based MMO. Your level does indicate some things about your character but even at the lowly level of 16 I was giving higher level characters a run for their money in PvP battles. Once I finally hit lvl 30, the game just completely opened up with various different things to see and do. I don't begrudge you your opinion and the review was fair from your perspective. Keep working because at least you explained what you found disappointing...and it wasn't some silly or nondescript value. It was a valid point...even if I don't fully agree.
gorebago, if you're willing to dish out criticism then you've gotta be able to take it as well.
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