I still haven't gotten around to purchasing the game. Gotta find it first.
This comes courtesy of Cuppycake at Cuppy Talk
Quest storylines: B
Character models: A
A lot of "A" grades! That's good right??? Uh oh "C+" for combat. I remember Lord of the Rings Online's combat never feeling quite right. It affected how much I wanted to play the game.
Let's go down the list. "A" for graphics. From what I've seen in screenshots I'd agree, I can only imagine it will look even better when I actually see it for myself.
"A" for immersiveness. I'm not sure what Cuppy means when she says this. I like feeling I'm in another world. So if it gets an A that'll work.
"B" quest story lines. Sometimes I read quests, sometimes I don't. I always say I'm going to read every one, but usually end up skipping through the text. So if its a B I'm sure that's good enough for me.
"A" character models. I was about to say doesn't that fall under graphics. But City of Heroes has great character models, but graphics overall are used over and over again.
"C" animations. Hmm wonder what she didn't care for with the animations. If its jarring enough, it could affect my gameplay.
"A" performance. You don't want anything less than an A here, no matter how you describe it.
"A-" polish. That'll do as well.
"B+" sound. That's okay, how many people listen to chat or their own music anyway?
"C+" combat. This really concerns me, and I'm suprised it was listed last. Although she didn't say how she ordered the list if she ordered it at all.
If something is amiss with combat I can't imagine playing for very long. Because unless you choose a game to just socialize or craft, combat is what you spend your time doing.
Interesting how a game can have so many good points, but one bad point can potentially ruin it.
I really need to get the game so I can see for myself.
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