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Posted: Apr 28th 2011 4:35PM HokieKC said

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Game looks awesome other than the feline humanoid race. I've been waiting for a big budget open-world sandbox MMO for a long time. Never thought it would come from Koreans. Just goes to show what's happened to American MMOs and the WoW craze.

Posted: Apr 28th 2011 5:19PM Elikal said

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Awesome. Isn't there anything that is NOT in the game? Housing, building, castle sieges with crumbling walls, naval battle, climing, 2 riding 2 horse... it never ends!

Looks really great.

Posted: Apr 28th 2011 6:00PM Degu said

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Only began to hear about this one in the last few days. The features I've heard of so far sound tempting. Been playing UO (and yes, I'm a Trammel sissy) on and off, but wouldn't mind a nice new sandboxy game.

I'm curious how the pvp will work; I don't care for the full-loot total anarchy type stuff. My ideal game would be a hybrid of sorts; sandbox pve, but with somewhat more controlled pvp. Yeah, carebear, chicken, blah blah. Call me whatever.

Either way, the game sounds interesting enough that I'll have to start looking into it.

Posted: Apr 28th 2011 6:56PM (Unverified) said

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Looks amazing!

Posted: Apr 28th 2011 10:09PM vichussmith said

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Nothing special in the gameplay, but I'm wondering if this involves destructible environments?

Posted: Apr 28th 2011 11:37PM (Unverified) said

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@vichussmith Somewhat. Things like bridges can be destroyed and rebuilt, houses and towns and castles and walls can be destroyed, etc. Deforming the ground, however, is still up in the air.
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Posted: Apr 29th 2011 9:46AM vichussmith said

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Having structures destructible in an MMO is enough for me!
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