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hello,i was digging up a thread i needed and found you replied to me about a PC build so thought i'd say thanks here instead of a necrobump,it looks like i will be waiting another 6months but will still probably go with a 660ti,16gb is overkill but pretty cheap,i5/i7 things might be cheaper in 6months but i will defo get a decent power supply
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by the 20th. Looking forward to seeing you there, and have a happy holiday season!
i like the gamecard on your sig,i clicked on it and it is very thorough isn't it,it even shows how long you played games and stuff
Gotta Love Finland metal bands! Specialy Sonata Arctica, one of my favourites.
Thanks for your time and sharing the info! I'll try it out later.
Unfortunately, we don't really know, as the only thing we do know is: "When it's finished." But 2011 hopefully...
You should check out the official thread for more info. http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=108048
Also, the story is much greater than usually in MMOs. The story is full of choice, and you have 15 different background stories.
It's much more interactive than that, you can look at the combat in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1kN4Bccx2M from around the 12:00 mark.
is a potential ally, and if you see someone out in the wild, you can go help them with slaying some creature and you will both be rewarded fully with XP and loot for the kill. So no more kill stealing and things like that.
If a village is under attack for example, you can try to rescue it, and if you do that, then a new event where you go to raid the attackers might happen. Or if you don't succeed in saving the village, a new event to rebuild the village will happen. So everything in the world is persistent, and things change according to what the players do. You also have true cooperative play, where every player
It's still free, and loads of other things! It has a fully persistent world (like WoW), but it changes depending on player actions. This happens through dynamic events that are a replacement for the quests we know now. You don't just talk to an NPC and get a quest to go kill x amount of y, but you travel through the world, and stuff happens around you, and you can choose to do something or not.
Hey, I noticed you wrote about The Old Republic being the first MMO you were interested in. Have you looked at Guild Wars 2 by any chance?
Can't wait for TGS