posted on Jan, 12 2016 @ 04:36 PM
I think the deal problem with mmos is how boring and tedious they are. Honestly all I wanted to do is get all of the right equipment to go out and
kill a bunch of baddies. But because armor pieces have certain strengths and different boosts it made every mmo the same. With each one making such
simple tasks of collecting things into an overly complex pile of OCD mania. I don't play mmos at all anymore. The only mmo that got it correct was
dungeons and dragons online. I am more inclined to pay real money just for better in game items. Seriously I have spent 200 dollars buying those
stupid keys to unlock boxes!
But at least the boxes give you way better items than what is dropped from any boss battle. I don't mind the stupid idea behind micro transactions as
long as my payment goes towards better equipment. I think all mmos should operate this way because honestly it is very effective.
I know a lot of gamers who hate the idea but seriously rpgs are better offline if you want to only pay 60 bux to play one with no restrictions. But
when it comes to online games, counter strike has a perfect setup. Sell each individual skin for pennies. Some skins costing more than a small car
Seriously I would pay 50 cents per key and continue paying hundreds of dollars playing an mmo if I knew I was getting ultra rare # at a better drop
rate than a #ing boss drop.
I think mmos should stop with the boss fight crap and move to something new where you have to solve issues in a different way than violence. But of
course this idea is just too "ambitious" and costly.
To me most mmos get very boring after getting to a certain level. Pvp is boring unless it is counter strike or the new rainbow six siege game. The
last of us started the ball rolling to have people play as an actual team on consoles.
But overall I have moved away from subscription mmos because I can not play with what I have obtained already.
Wanna play some rainbow six siege on ps4 with me and get away from that mmo for a while? It is the greatest team based video game that involves
gun play that I have ever seen.