MMO Anthropology Answers “You!” in Q&A Episode 1

Posted by | September 7, 2012

Link, via MMO Anthropology and YouTube.

1 Comment so far
  1. Bambang
    November 20, 2012 9:38 am

    The Witcher is a good game and I’d like to get the opinion of somnoee who read the books it is based on. They’re here on my to-read list, any suggestion as to which one I should start with ?If you’re planning to play Neverwinter Nights 2, you should go straight to Mask of the Betrayer and skip the Original Campaign. The OC isn’t bad, but the expansion is much better, both in terms of story and gameplay.FO: New Vegas won’t be out for a while, and from what I’ve seen (I haven’t purchased it) DA:O:Awakening is short and pales in comparison with the orignal, so I wouldn’t bother.Gothic 3 is good, and finally stable with the community patches, but if you haven’t played it I’d recommend Gothic 2 instead. It’s just better in every aspect except graphics. For a good recent alternative, Risen is quite nice, although the world is smaller and the game more linear in its later parts.As far as suggestions go, I might be insisting a little but I’d still recommend playing Fallout 1 & 2. I realize they may be hard to get into at first as they don’t hold your hand nearly as much as games do now, but it’s really worth it once you get started. I’ve been replaying Arcanum recently and it’s as good as ever, so you should give this one a try if you haven’t. Planescape : Torment has an excellent story and should be at the top of your list if that’s what you’re looking for in a game.You could give Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War 2 a chance for its single player campaign (or online play if you enjoy defeat), even if you don’t like RTS, as this one is far away from the usual conventions : no base building, very limited units, levels and lots of different way to customize and play each unit, different gear to equip, etc The story is quite generic but better than most games out there, and the setting itself is great. a0|a0

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