Bandai Namco invited us to try out their upcoming game Sword Art Online: Lost Song. Armed with no knowledge of the series whatsoever, Rik jumped at the opportunity.
This week, Kev reinstalled The Old Republic, and just like with the opening paragraph of this piece, the premise was more interesting than the reality.
“Fans have been waiting a long time to play in the Forgotten Realms setting in a Massively Multiplayer way.” – PacManPolarBear
Oddly enough, the one thing I realize I don’t play MMOs is for the community aspect. Sure, I will join a party to run a dungeon, but apart from that, I tend to run solo, thus negating the MMO portion of my enjoyment. So why do I enjoy them?
The Secret World is officially out today, but I was lucky enough to get early access to the game over the weekend. One weekend’s play merely scratches the surface, but I can already let you know if this game is worth diving into.
MMO’s are the abusive gaming genre that I just can’t get away from. MMO’s are Ike Turner and I’m Tina Turner. They’re Bobby Brown and I’m Whitne…vermind. Too soon?
What happens when multiple groups of rabid fans from similar yet distinct backgrounds collide in an MMO setting?