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Irritatingly false teasers for MMO's
Posted on Thursday, September 11 2008 @ 01:27:05 Eastern

short but sweet this one.

how many MMO's does it take to prove these epic battle scene video's are completely false advertising.

you sit through ten minutes of excellent choreography amazing particle effects and some of the most realistic fantasy scenes you'll ever imagine.

then install the game only to see a click til it dies combat system, a simple particle system that at best turns things blue when they're frozen, and cartoonish scenes with a graphcs engine that barely justifies the bizarrely high requirements.

how could anyone actually NOT be disappointed by these video's? i'm just thankful i can't stand these games or i'd be really pissed by now
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