Yeah, totally a fan of Tolkien-esque roleplaying games.
However, I'm usually waiting to hear a pricing model when game developers try to sell me on their new MMO.
This website, GameSpot, reported Take-Two's opinion on the financial success of MMOs in the United States.
Take-Two was of the opinion that only two MMOs, WoW and Everquest, were successful in the US.
I don't know how Gamespot treats copy-pasted hyperlinks in the post, but I'll paste the gamespot Take-Two response below.
Always a fan of medieval fantasy roleplaying games, not so much a fan of microtransaction pricing models in MMOs. I find myself spending more than 14.99 a month with that transaction model, which is the subscription price for some MMOs.
Here's Gamespot reporting on Take-Two's opinion on MMO success in the US:
So probably nobody cares, but I downloaded this and played it for about 2 hours last night, and in my opinion this game isnt even in beta stage, more like pre-alpha. Its reallallllllly rough feeling.
Your flying dragon mount is also a pet that fights with you. I've always wanted this feature when I use to play WOW.
wow this is awesome but can i have a beta key please i only learnt of this game a few days ago and all the beta keys givaways are gone please
@the_one500 It certainly feels unfinished but I wouldn't say crap. It's fun to play.
As far as the fundamentals of the game the only real complaint I have is the questing, which is super generic and boring. The combat feel fast and fun, the dragon taming is well-implemented, and the character building depth outdoes most modern MMOs despite being an action-combat MMORPG.
It certainly hasn't blown me away but it's fun to play and if the end-game stuff ends up being good it should do fine.
@dpsuurhoff destiny? this download going to take all night though QQ
@u13mkaganovich currently it is in open beta...they tell this at the beggining of the movie, man.
@doorselfin you had to do it. you just had to do it.
@doorselfin the worst. second the ....:)