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Posted: Dec 20th 2010 2:37AM esarphie said

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@Lazy Thinker No, I mean done as in done, as in look back and wonder at how long it's been since you bothered to log in, done. When the "other ways" you can play mostly consist of redoing the same missions that you already did levelling up over and over and over... (for the duo mission armor, you currently have a choice of 5 missions to revisit from your earlier adventures which each reward you one point. If you accrue 40 of those points you can purchase the cheapest piece of the 6-piece armor set that is the only reason for doing them.... when that's the sort of thing your "other ways" to play consists of, it really isn't going to hold your interest that long. Neither is flying around looking for collectible sets in alleyways in order to get a pair of costume shoes.

It's even worse, when compared to the lower levels when you have multiple missions to choose from, and a seeming surfeit of activities to do. You hit the point where you've got nothing but a couple of raids in your mission log, and everything you do is through the pvp/raid/alert signup menu, and you'll see what I mean.
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Posted: Dec 20th 2010 9:53AM Lazy Thinker said

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@esarphie

By "other ways" I meant racing, exploration, or perhaps socialization. That sort of thing. Although apparently that's not good enough for some people.
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Posted: Dec 20th 2010 9:56AM Lazy Thinker said

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@DiscordSK

By "other ways" I mean stuff like exploration, racing, and socialization. Although apparently that's not good enough for some people.
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Posted: Dec 24th 2010 1:06PM Armaros said

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@Lazy Thinker

You explore as you level, when everything is new, not when you hit the cap and have nothing to do.

Yay for paying $15 a month, in order to socialize with people at the level cap because there is nothing else to do. There are other way to do so and they don't cost money.

So all you have is racing and grinding out random costume slots to makeup for the lack at character creation.


Yay. So much to look forward to.
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Posted: Dec 27th 2010 10:20AM Lazy Thinker said

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@Armaros

Says you anyway. No one ever said that this game was for everyone.

It's just as I said. Apparently that's not good enough for some people. I rest my case.
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