It’s been more than 7 months since Steven touched on PVP and metabattle. He proposed that jumping on the metabattle bandwagon could make you the PvP problem but I’ve been swinging swords on various accounts over recent months and I don’t think PvP really needs a moratorium on metabattle. Instead, this month’s PvP lets play with community partner Jebro highlighted more fundamental issues with Guild Wars 2’s competitive game. advertisement It is always great to see Jebro’s unadulterated enthusiasm for Guild Wars 2 and the community he surrounds himself with. The Engineer form the old world has been in the trenches with the PvP community since the early days of Guild Wars 2, initially starting out as a WvW commander and then progressing on to cast some of the game’s biggest PvP moments. This is a creator that carries some authority. For many of the wider Guild Wars 2 community, he is most likely the single recognizable face in a … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2 PvP – Automated Atrophy?
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So, full disclosure: I wasn’t very happy with Heart of Thorns. I enjoyed vanilla Guild Wars 2, with a few notable exceptions: my main class wasn’t very strong, everyone was on a different server, things of that nature. But Heart of Thorns was pretty pricey for an expansion, and on top of that, if you didn’t do the “Living World” content while it was still fresh and hot, you had to spend money on it in order to progress. That was a crippling blow to my interest as a whole. Overall, I did not have the same fun that I had with the vanilla game. The mastery felt awkward, clunky and unclear, and the maps, while large, felt pretty empty. They were, however, very pretty. That much hasn’t changed. ArenaNet makes sure you're ready to tackle Elona. The idea that Guild Wars’ world of Tyria is a living, breathing, fluctuating world is fantastic. Path of Fire practically came out of nowhere. We had about a month or so to get ready before we began our hunt … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire Review
Updated in November 2015: Welcome to Guild Wars 2, new players! :) With the exception of the image of Lion’s Arch, this guide is up-to-date. *** After you have created your character, you will be in a short tutorial. This is in an instanced area where switching is not possible yet. Play through it first and defeat the boss at the end. If you bought Guild Wars 2, then you’re ready to switch to whatever area you would like to go once you are out of the tutorial. If you are a free player, then your character needs to hit level 10 before you can switch. Lion’s Arch is blocked for you until level 35. All races’ cities are connected with each other through asura portals in Lion’s Arch. So if you want to get to another starter area, you need to go to Lion’s Arch first. If you are low level, you need to travel through your race’s capital: Rata Sum for Asura, The Grove for Sylvari, Divinity’s Reach for Humans, Black Citadel for Charr and Hoelbrak … [Read more...] about How to switch between the starter areas in Guild Wars 2
Guild Wars 2 is a free-to-play fantasy-themed MMORPG developed by ArenaNet and is the sequel to the first Guild Wars. The game features an expansive and dynamic world that changes based on the player’s actions. Publisher: NCSOFT Playerbase: High Type: F2P MMORPG (paid expansions) Release Date: August 28, 2012 PvP: Arenas / Large scale World vs World Pros: +Story driven gameplay. +Dynamic quest system. +Good variety of classes and races. +Great soundtrack. Cons: -Repetitive gameplay. Overview Classes Full Review Screenshots Videos Links System Requirements Music Additional Info Overview Guild Wars 2 Overview Guild Wars 2 transports players to the mythical fantasy world of Tyria, a land beset by Elder Dragons who have wreaked havoc on a once peaceful land. Take your pick from eight unique professions, each with their own distinct playstyle. Choose to play as one of five races and create your own story as you embark on adventures and quests in an expansive, mesmerizing, and … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2 Game Review
Categories: Crafting PvP 3D War Action Pay to Play Free to Play Fantasy Pros: Unlocked content regardless of your level and gear Diversity of game content Ability to convert game currency to cash currency Non-linear progression of gear Not forced to wear the best gear Unprecedented pace and quality of content updates in the world of gaming Massive open world raids Cons: Slower load times (unless you have SSD) Low drop rates for high-end materials Possibility to exploit early world content in dungeons Minimal increase in stats for best in-slot gear. tl;dr – One of the few truly complete MMORPGs with good questing, dungeons, PvP, and minimal grinding. PLAY GUILD WARS 2 NOW Guild Wars 2 is the sequel of a fantasy MMORPG from ArenaNet that is free to play and very popular. There is no subscription required for you in order to be able to play the game, but you have to buy the game package first. Recently, the core game became completely free, but you still have to … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2 Review