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Xpyder
Xpyder

In a world where SW:TOR is free, this game just isnt good enough to have a monthly payment attached... Its a beautiful game, sure, a nice combat... but... thats it, horrible story, horrible voice acting, no lip sync and lots of text only quests...

Xpyder
Xpyder

 @dilbert80 Oh man, almost forgot about that, endless repetition of storylines on flashpoints... that got boring pretty fast!

dilbert80
dilbert80

 @Xpyder

Yeah, that's why I left. STWOR lacking in every other facet. SWTOR trying to be like Skyrim, except without Skyrim's content.

 

Only particular sections of the narrative changes with character roles; 98% of the rest of the narrative is copy&paste. Just a handful,  of flashpoint's and overland mission narratives are actually intriguing enough to not mind watching more than a few times.

 

SWTOR stories only go so far until the narrative repetition bores ya to death when ya get to the point of grinding for loot; you WILL eventually always esc all the narrative. Unfortunate since SWTOR major selling point are the narratives.

Xpyder
Xpyder

 @TehMasterer2  @snova9308 Agreed, the only problem with SWTOR is that nothing else is really good... Amazing story, voice acting, dialogue options(yes you can say meaningful things and take meaningful decisions!!! Fully voice acted as well!!!), companions(this should be copied into ALL FUTURE MMOs!!!!)... horrible combat, worlds, exploration, no physics, "common" graphics...

TehMasterer2
TehMasterer2

 @Xpyder  @snova9308 I agree. SWTOR is entirely geared around story-based progression, which is really quite extraordinary for an MMO. Sure, some of the missions may seem slightly repetitive, but EVERY ONE is fully voice-acted with unique dialogue and some plot or another. I've so far gotten to level 35 (of 50) doing nothing but Mass Effect-style quests, and I'm far from finished. The amount of content in SWTOR is simply amazing. All other MMOs should take notes.