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Posted: Sep 30th 2011 12:47PM uberman3000 said

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This is pretty cool. You can even look at the star ships in 3D too. Very awesome.

... Wait I forgot this is SWTOR post...

Ok here we go.....

BioWare SUX and this game will EPIC FAIL!!11!

Ok good I didn't want to branded a "fanboie (fan-boy)" for liking something that might be cool.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 12:55PM Khalev said

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@uberman3000

Funny! xD
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Posted: Sep 30th 2011 2:31PM (Unverified) said

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@uberman3000

Yeah, funny enough the trolls show up almost immediately after you. I am not real sure of what the unity web player is thou. I am going to go look the software up and see what it does.
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Posted: Sep 30th 2011 3:13PM Lenn said

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@(Unverified) It's a piece of software that lets you run applications made with the Unity engine. A few browser games use it.
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Posted: Sep 30th 2011 12:51PM EndDream said

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oh em geeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:05PM Space Cobra said

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A fun-freaking-tastic bit of interactive web-tool!

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:15PM myhumps said

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It sounded cool but when I looked at it I wasn't impressed.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:32PM Interitus said

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"Players can check out the 17 revealed planets within those sectors"

Actually not true, they are missing 3 of the starter planets. Why they have one in and not the others, I have no idea.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 2:20PM Bolongo said

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@Interitus

Say what? I can see all of them...
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Posted: Sep 30th 2011 2:27PM Interitus said

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@Bolongo

Can you? I can't see Tython, Ord Mantell or Hutta. But I can see Korriban. Maybe I have an outdated version of unity or something.
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Posted: Sep 30th 2011 3:14PM Lenn said

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@Interitus They're not on the main map. Click on it for a new browser window. You'll see them then.
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Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:37PM (Unverified) said

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@Ren54 Well no. Think of each of the worlds more like Northrend, Azeroth or the Outlands. There is very little loading screen type deals on each world. Some group or personal instances for moving the quest/story line forward appropriately, but it's 90% big open seamless areas like wow is.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:38PM KvanCetre said

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@Ren54
And yet thats still... 7 more than RIFT? ;)

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:40PM Lucidus said

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@(Unverified) each planet does not equal a warcraft continent. They're all very nice railed zones though. You'll never get lost.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:46PM CZL said

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@KvanCetre

True story.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 1:55PM dudes said

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Nice.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 2:05PM Lucidus said

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@Ren54 that 200 hours part has a whole lot of caveats to it.

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 2:18PM Bolongo said

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@Lucidus

True, just as long as you stay on the yellow brick roads. ;)

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 2:21PM Bolongo said

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@Bolongo

Arrgh, that was a reply to the "you'll never get lost" post...

Posted: Sep 30th 2011 2:32PM (Unverified) said

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@Ren54

You said like an idiot moron who clearly hasn't spent time in the game.
Each of the normal Planets has a size that comes close to Rift's world or a smaller WoW continent (Outland, Northrend).

But hey, haters gonna hate.

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