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Posted: Mar 24th 2010 6:51PM Mr Angry said

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DDO, it's one of those games that looks pretty straight-forward, just doing some dungeons and wilderness areas, but I've been totally overwhelmed by the massive amount of customization you have of skills, multi-classing, it's really very very deep.

I'm really happy Turbine turned this around, I feel they do have some work to do to regain ground with LOTRO, as it's...... well it appears to be floundering a little right now, no real direction or purpose, but well done on the changes to DDO all the same.

Posted: Mar 24th 2010 7:18PM (Unverified) said

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Is this game open world yet?

Posted: Mar 25th 2010 4:55AM pcgneurotic said

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You mean, un-instanced, with no zoning, or like, more of a sandbox thing? I don't know if it's possible to change an entire game from zones to zone (as it were), but don't let that hold you back, it really is an awesome D&D experience, and brilliant MMORPG fun too.
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