Guild Wars 2 does look impressive, and I am watching that one closely, but it's not out yet, so we can't say it proves a point.LorienvArden said:I hope you ment that in a sarcastic way. Otherwise, I have to point you towards Guild Wars 2.
It has the best artistic direction I've ever seen in an RPG and if it can keep half the promises it's making - it will be the holy grail filled with the elixier of eternal life, served by Nathan Fillion. Seriously, if you are looking for superb design and good looking graphics - do not miss this game. Jeremy Soule's work on the soundtrack for Guild Wars 1 is also something worth considering.
And by the time it does come out, look at some of the single player games that will be out around then. The new Call of Duty game, Skyrim, and a handful of others have graphics that will be better than GW2, I'm sure of it.
We're getting a bit off topic from what I meant in my original post. I'm just saying that Smedley hypes his games up too much. Hype is bad for games. It may generate initial sales, but disappointment over exaggerated/left out content can kill an MMO just as fast as a buggy launch.
He needs to be more careful with his words.