recurve6 said:I hope they actually pull through with these ideas, though there are plenty of problems I can already think of, like players making dicks out of earth.
The way I see it, you can give an mmo community just about anything and someone will turn it into a griefing tool. The only way to 100% grief-proof an mmo is by not making one in the first place. Obviously that's absurd so all developers can do is the next best thing: sabotage griefing methods as they appear, rather than trying to preemptively out-think a community of up to 10 million people. Or alternatively: just make the griefing a part of the game, like EVE did.Olrod said:It sounds like a heaven for trolls and griefers.
Seriously, do these people even PLAY online games?
OT: the way the camera got blocked when the golem thing punched the building was a reaaally iffy note to end on. But at least it wasn't yet another montage of a bunch of people running at a dragon so I give em props.
Also: maybe this is just me but don't advertisers realize that showing off these kinds of high-level graphics and physics (for an mmo anyway) in a pc game is very much a double edged sword? Yes it nice stuff, but is it nice enough for a significant portion of your target audience to pony up yet another couple of hundred dollars for hardware upgrades?