GP007, on 05 October 2012 - 07:43, said:
If games go to a pure MMO/MP type only thing then I'm done with gaming. I played games because I got drawn into a good SP, not to run around a map and frag people endlessly or grind endlessly just to level up, to me those two things are boring. I love a good SP with gameplay and most of all a good story to back it up and draw me in.
I hate MMOs, I won't pay for them let alone waste my time doing the same mindless grinding for nothing, I could just as well spend the time playing one of the many casual games which in the end, IMO, are the same mindless repetition but with less pretty graphics. Give me a good SP like Assassins Creed where I can spend 40-60hrs in at my own pace and I'll gladly drop $60 for it day one.
I agree. Though, MMOs aren't always bad, if you view them like a single-player game. Guild Wars 2 I am mainly playing solo just leveling characters, and with no fee, I treat it like a single-player game.
But I get what you are saying.
Give me a game with decent gameplay, and rich story any day and I will take it.
Lord Method Man, on 05 October 2012 - 14:21, said:
OP is learning from the Front Page editors.
z0phi3l, on 05 October 2012 - 14:38, said:
Most of the responses are completely based on their knee jerk reaction to the title and not the whole story, so sadly it worked
Actually, I just used the title I came across from the source, along with the story. Wasn't trying to be sensational. I am glad after the knee-jerk comments the thread has turned into some nice chat about the two types of gaming and why people think it is or is not dying though.