Discussion in 'WildStar General' started by salluks, Jul 13, 2013.
Yes, thank God. Keep those WoW raider types well out of here!
Well, I'm happy playing other MMO's and I'm also going to be playing Wildstar MWAHAHAHAHA!
It may not be aimed at them, but it sure does give them a new and viable option. I've been playing WoW, more or less happily, since late Vanilla. I left for a short stint with ToR, being more of a Sci-Fi fan than fantasy, which ended after three months. Up until now I've only toyed with new MMOs, but Wildstar might just usurp WoW from it's throne for me. I'm really looking forward to seeing how this game shakes out, and am looking forward to playing something new that isn't a freaking medieval fantasy MMO for once.
Don't promise things when you won't be able to deliver them.
Don't make claims that you will have to retract in 6 months time.
Don't rush it to be released when it's obviously not ready
Yep, yep! JG said, in his latest interview, that WS is aimed at the jaded/cynical former MMO players and newbies. Quite a challenging thing to appeal to both.
Server guesting should be used in WildStar in my opinion. I want to be able to play with my friends that are on other servers. The gw2 guesting system should not be copied completely though, taking the idea and using it in a better way is wiser.
From GW2, I liked that you could craft up to max level. I definitely would go through it a couple times via questing but for the rest of my alts, I'd want something like this in place. I thought the 1 auction house was alright and I also liked that resource nodes were individualized so you weren't fighting for nodes all the time.That's about it though.
Wildstar, please don't suck!
As long as I have tangible concrete stuff to do, and a clear way of always improving my character (stat progression) I am happy. This is why GW2 didn't end up scratching my itch. I played it for 7 months, but in the end, I would have a max level toon, all the skillpoints I could ever want, orange gear and very little to do. Stuff like the adventure box or whatever it was just fuelled my displeasure, mini games, to me, is not satisfying content. I was tremendously disappointed with the Guild Wars 2 post launch content, and as a result, my whole guild eventually just stopped logging in.
Weapons as your skill set up, limit to spells and attacks..
Instant Travel to the zones, no need for mounts.