GW2 is no longer click to move. Moves like WoW with the WSAD keys, plus Q E for side-stepping. I haven't done any dungeons yet. I've just been doing the zones and the events/quests. It's different with the level adjustment as well, which makes doing the other starter zones interesting. So if you are level 30, and go into a starter zone you are dropped to an appropriate level for that zone so you don't just run and kill it all willy nilly. Granted you keep all your higher level abilities and gear bonuses which still makes it pretty easy, but the level adjustment makes it more interesting as you an still get killed by a level 5 mob while you are level 30.
Wow Ultima Online sounds a lot like something you'd see from the Elder Scrolls series in an MMO, definitely sounds interesting. Sad to hear it's died out though>I'm not sure if you've heard of it but Bethesda has actually announced their plans and development for an Elder Scrolls Online MMO. There are some gameplay video's out already too but I'm pretty sure their early. But considering how the single player Elder Scrolls games were in Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim where you could break into houses, steal things and kill almost anything and anyone it sounds like this could be the great successor to Ultima Online for you. I'm definitely gonna check it out because I love the Elder Scroll Series and what Bethesda has done with the games as far as entertainment, and depth in the stories.From some of the other comments and a lot of the positive things I've heard about GW2 it sounds like it might be worth checking out as well.@ an earlier comment, about a year ago I actually looked up some of the classic games that achieved legendary status and with some emulators gave Master of Orion 1&2 and X-COM UFO Defense and Alpha Centauri a quick go through but I'm too adapted to 21st century games and graphics, they were enjoyable but the limitations of mechanics compared to modern games made me lose interest after the retro pleasure effects of old school gaming wore off haha.Speaking of X-COM, i've recently been playing the new Enemy Unknown game released and have found that pretty fun too.
There already is a game similar to skyrim called Mortal Online. I played it during the Alpha and Beta stages, then they billed me for 8 months and refused to refund my money even though I never played after release (they changed their TOS to bill those who were being billed after release). So because of all that I refuse to give them another dime. The game probably sucked anyways.
League of Legends is another game I would put into that list, I can't tell you how many hours I've spent playing with friends in that game.
well....for me, the best and addictive games ever were:
Gunz (Korean server)
Gunz 2 (Korean server)
Raiderz (Korean server)
Rakion (Korean server)
KOF XIII (japanesse version)
Sengoku basara (japanesse version)
Gound bound (Korean server)
Asda story (no longer avariable :S)
and last but not least....Wolf team (Korean server)
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Meridian 59. Nuff said. Best PVP system ever build and used.
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