SWTOR won't have add-on support. Is this a deal breaker? Boomjack takes a look in today's Reloading... from Ten Ton Hammer.
Welcome back! This is my 94th try at this.
This is my 94th try at this. Practice makes… adequate.
There are 94 characters in the ASCII character set. It is also the atomic number of plutonium. An NBA court is 94 feet long.
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Atramedes has been soloed. Mionelol, famous for soloing other bosses did it with a hunter this time. In other World of Warcraft news 51 epic gem cuts have appeared on the Public Test Realm, each costing five Illustrious Jewelcrafter’s Tokens. If you are a jewelcrafter, get those dailies done before patch 4.3.
Those of you looking forward to Star Wars:The Old Republic will be interested to know that it will not support addons. Forget Recount, Deadly Boss Mods or any of your other favourites porting over to SWTOR.
Personally, without the addons that make my MMOG experience unique I probably wouldn’t have continued to play WoW as long as I have. There are times when I long for the “old days” of EverQuest and EverQuest 2 where I played with the vanilla U.I., but they soon disappear when I use recount to practice a new spec on a target dummy or use PlayerScore to make sure that I’m making the best choices when I roll on gear.
Bioware is putting a lot of pressure on themselves to build what the player wants. Where Blizzard let the players build the addons and then eventually took the popular ones and implemented them into the base U.I., SWTOR will need to find ways to garner this information by some other means.
No addons also means that it will be more challenging for database sites to build out their information.
Good and bad. It will be interesting to see how it all plays out.
Do you use addons? Would you prefer an addon-free environment? Let me know!
That’s it for today. Thanks again for reading and as always, may your dreams be big and your worries be small.
With over six thousand agents in EVE, it can be hard to find just the right agent for you. Even with the new in-game agent finder, you can still end up with an agent that tries to send you into low security space or worse. This is a guide to the best EVE agents to run missions for if you have chosen the Caldari faction.
Shortly after the Main Panel took place today there was a short Q & A hosted by MMORPG.com. Questions were taken from the audience and resulted in some pretty interesting responses. Check it out at NYCC Q&A!