Already cancelled my sub... Call me when it's free to play.
Pretty good looking patch though.
I might resub.
Am I the only person who still enjoys this game?
Everyone seems to suddenly hate it.
1.2 is adding more endgame content.
I just reactivated my account. This had better be worth it :geno:
We shouldn't have had to wait 2 patches for content that should have been in at launch.
Also yeah experience that other story that's 2 hours of class story and another few dozen hours of exactly what you just did on the last guy. After leveling on Imperial I have absolutely no desire to level another.
Old Republic was a really fun game...up to the point I ended up playing it like a RPG and not a MMO. There's like NO ONE on most planets.
How about the Quick Travel ability which you can use with every bind point on the planet?
There's also sprint at level one, speeders (which you can use in spaceports and tunnels now) and fleet passes. Dunno what game you were playing.
You shouldn't be playing MMOs if you get bored while traveling. Keyword: Massive.
I'm not saying that TOR has this problem but it's a pretty typical problem in a lot of MMOs.
There are some moments where you're forced to back track, or when you're tired of driving your speeder around, but I think it's more attributed to "Man I really want to see how this quest ends" moreso than "Wow this game is boring". I've never really felt the latter.
On topic, 1.2 was a great patch for content, bug fixes and even balancing. PVP still needs a bit of tweaking before they get it "right", but they're well on track to having something great.
It's a fun game and I'm happy with the purchase... they're listening to feedback, adding some cool content, and have plans to add more. There are some changes I wish they would make, but I'm still happy with the game.
I want to play the game but I don't have a lot of time to play it. If I spent 30 minutes a day it would be my dailies only, if that. The days I did spend a large amount of time playing, I felt like it was 75% talking, 20% communicating with people ( Which I'm okay with, it's lots of story ), and 5% gameplay.
I was bitter about this too, and honestly had no idea the story would continue into the MMO until I purchased it and played it. They tied things up pretty nicely. Not to mention that's done on the side, and you still have your own adventure to play.
At least they gave it an ending. It was starting to look like it would end up like Shenmue 2.
All MMOs are a time investment. If all you can spare is thirty minutes a day, they're probably not for you. One of the fastest starting planets (level 1-10) is Korriban, and that takes about an hour and a half to two hours to finish.