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Posted: Aug 15th 2011 6:50PM (Unverified) said

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I'm glad for more co-op and hopefully it will be a bit better than the current co-op missions offered.

Posted: Aug 16th 2011 3:49AM mysecretid said

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I really enjoyed Global Agenda when I first played it. They had just introduced PvE missions, and I enjoyed them muchly.

Problem was, I burned through the PvE stuff in about a week or two (there wasn't a lot of it), and after that, my only option was all PvP, all the time.

I've said here before, even good PvP doesn't hold me for long (and GA's seemed fine); for whatever reason, I get bored and wander away fairly quickly when faced with an all-PvP gaming diet,

If they really are bringing more PvE content into Global Agenda, though, I look forward to going back, and giving it a look.

Posted: Aug 16th 2011 11:41AM Borick said

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Global Agenda is one of my favorite games that I seldom play. It's the closest thing I've found to the original Tribes -- a game far superior to the modern shooters in my opinion. I see it as a successful proof-of-concept, but not quite 'MMO'.

If they ditched/revamped the RvR and added some exploration areas I'd live in Global Agenda, but I don't know if it's scaleable in that way.

I really like how GA integrated the standard MMO trinity in a PVE shooter. Even the gearing and crafting works.

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