All the bugs, imbalances, etc. made me quit playing about two months after release, but I just started playing again a couple weeks ago and everything seems to work much better, there is way more solo content/monsters now, and the biggest difference for me is that it now seems to run a lot smoother on my computer.Syanis said:I played EQ2 from release for awhile. However I got extremely sick of the imbalance, bugs, and the fact class's were nearly the same with just different names to skills / weapons.
Dungeons and Dragons Online (http://www.ddo.com) MIGHT be what you're looking for. It's scheduled for release in Spring 2006Stomper4x4 said:I played EQ2 for a few months. I enjoyed a lot about it, until it all became routine like the other games. Everything these days is geared towards leveling abd powergamers it seems. After going through a fair number of mmorpg's, I find my interest has finally gone. I miss the old MUD's. where there was a sense of community, roleplaying and exporation over racing for the best loot and quickest leveling. I never understood that. Why race to something that has no end? I must be in the minority though. Once something comes along that has the community feel and exporation focus rather than camping and impatient groups, I'll come back.
Lastly, I thought one day to myself, "Imagine what I could accomplish in real life if I put all this time into it, instead of a game?" You know, I was right.