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Author: randxian
Posted: August 02, 2009 (02:34 PM)
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whereby they opt to become a tank or DPS.

What is a DPS? The only MMO I've played is Maple Story, so granted I'm not familiar with all the jargon. I think you need to explain some of these terms like this so people who don't play MMOs don't feel isolated.

Also, I was a bit confused when you kept calling this game a "side-scroller." The graphics make it look like a 3-D platformer. Or is a case where towns are 3D and the battles are side-scrolling?

I do like the commentary about how this game is weak in terms of multi-player. I find Maple Story has the same problems; there is virtually no incentive to work together in that game. You're far better off grinding solo.

I also like how you point out how some games have lousy, boring tutorials. I think that's an important point to bring up in a game like this.


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