I bought it Friday with the intention of only playing through my 30 days for some entertainement, and so far I have been enjoying myself. While I won't stick around long term (as I have other games I am more interested in), it is fun to play.
To comment on one of you pros: I have had nothing but terrible experiences with the community in Tera. The Chat is just plain awful to read, where people are completely rude. I tried everything I could think of to split a stack of scrolls to give to a friend, so I asked in area chat.... My answer "Just like every other freakin mmo known to god" Well thanks budddy that was helpful. Also when I was out questing there have been numerous times where people will come and steal the "chest I am supposed to loot for quest items" while I was killing the mobs around it. So I just end up going to a low channel and staying away form other people :(.
While I know that a few bad apples shouldnt ruin the bunch... however they do.
Other than that, it has been fun to play.
I think the biggest issue I had with the Beta is the overflow servers. I was playing with a friend and anytime we would leave a zone or log in, we could never get on teh same place to play with eachother. It was so confusing, and not having the ability to switch manually left us logging in and out over and over again.
Looks like it could be pretty good... It just a rough market this year to release a game. Whether they will be good or not you have TERA, GW2, WoW wxpansion, and I am sure I am missing some. Not to mention SWTOR just released not to long ago.
2011 and 2012 are very competative years, especially after 2009 and 2010 saw almost no action.
You can still enter with one entry, we just don't get multiple entries for "liking" them on FB.
I don't think that Blizzard is claiming that it is "their's", but trying to show that Dota is a name that is associated with their products, and theirfore can not be registered to Valve. Think if Valve were to gain exclusive rights to the name Dota, then blizzard (or anyone other than Valve) can no longer reference anything about it.
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