I agree. I had a lot more fun with RaiderZ than I did with Tera, and especially C9 since I didn't like it at all.
Same, but now it almost seems like hack-n-slash is becoming so mainstream that it's just generic now.
When I really think about it, the hack-n-slash game play isn't really what keeps me playing PSO2. The thing that really separates it from other games is the way it's built; party-based, instanced games, and not open world.
The combat in Tera was great (I guess....), but the game was the S.O.S. overall; boring generic quests and typical WoW-type RPG game play. It didn't really introduce any actual features or mechanics that really changed how the game was played.
They can continue to make the combat more and more innovative in all of these new RPGs, but the core build of the game never changes, and never brings anything new to the table in the long run.
Last edited by supersonix9; 08-10-2012 at 06:18 AM.
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