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|Topic Started: 2 Mar 2010, 02:55 AM (330 Views)|
|Exyle||2 Mar 2010, 02:55 AM Post #1|
So seeing as I havent had a job sincewrestling started I havent been able to play any MMO's so last night I decided to download the 10 day trial of Lord of the Rings ONline.
I wass wondering if anyone on her plays that?
|Shivadiva||2 Mar 2010, 05:13 PM Post #2|
A Vivid Ash
|I have not tried this one, the mmo i currently play is called 9dragons. pvp martial arts game. i didnt know lotr had a mmorpg - have you tried it yet and is it nice?|
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|Exyle||3 Mar 2010, 01:03 AM Post #3|
|its actually really fun. I enjoy it more than WoW simply because it is more personal with mor erealistic characters and more in depth design. From what I havve played so far the story is really good and it is still expanding. On my computer it is a bit laggy at first until it gets warmed up but i have a crap computer not meant for gaming. From what I have played when I get a job I will definitely be buying this game.|
|Restless Soul||9 May 2010, 05:21 AM Post #4|
I have played Lord of the Rings Online and it's a great game with a lot of depth. It is very immersive and you do feel like you're a part of that fantasy world. A few times a year, the developers decide to give free game time away, so if you only play it for a month or two to start with, you have a little carrot on a stick to play the game again.
There is a lot of exploring to do, as with all massively multiplayer online games. The quests are very good, you have your own personal 'epic' questchain which will guide you through the lands as well as optional quests that you may find and you can also complete 'chapter' quests which are part of the world storyline.
The only downfall that I experienced whilst playing is that at level 30~ (roughly the midway mark if I recall correctly) you are forced to group up for almost everything. That halted my journey, which I may continue in the future. All in all though, it's a very refined game in my opinion. I believe I was on the European server, evernight.
Edited by Restless Soul, 9 May 2010, 05:22 AM.
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