Summary: I love Guild Wars, I've played since the original and play both GW1 and GW2. If I wasn't a fan of the game I'd probably rate this lower simply because the cost. It IS a good mouse. It is responsive, buttons work, the app for the game works well.. but I think any mouse with extra buttons would be okay. I honestly only ever use the two on the left side of the mouse, the button under the wheel is toggle and I found it useless.
Summary: It's an awesome game for not having a monthly fee, and I definitely dig the no kill steal and what not of the game. It's great if you don't want a normal mmorpg. I myself have trouble getting into it, but I still get on for a moment every so often.
Fun game, but Account Security Nightmare. [resolved for now]
28 March 2014
Summary: As much as there is to love the game, GW2 lacks a lot of basic account security needs, and their customer service regarding this issue is not at all reliable. If a hacker gets into your account they're more than likely going to use it for botting and being banned for that is all your fault.
Decent game to kill time - It's "Pay to Win" though.
Alethia McMahon, Amazon
20 March 2014
Summary: PC Specs: GIGABYTE AMD R9 280x OC Windforce Technology Corsair Vengeance 2x8GB (16GB) 1600Mhz intel core i5 4670 3.40GHz Haswell Whilst this game attempts to portray itself as a AAA MMO, it certainly most isn't one. It does live up to it's standards for a "Buy to Play - Free to Play" game. The content however, can be quite linear and does not immerse you into the game enough to hold onto for quite a long time.
Summary: The game is fun, exciting and unique in many ways from random Events to Random quest. This game will keep you "Grinding" It has it perks even for those who have PVP in mind the game is fun But what is not fun is buying the game, The makers (Or those who run the game) do their best to make sure you understand you do not own the game, they also make sure if you have any problems that there is almost no way to contact their Customer Service Dept.
Not bad at first, but loses playable at level cap.
9 January 2014
Summary: The level system is stellar, the graphics are great, and the gameplay mechanics themselves are excellent. This game has the POTENTIAL to sink WoW and any other MMORPG out there. (Except for probably Destiny, but that's not out yet) However, the killer is a severe lack of consistent content. Aside from the campaign "dungeons" there's really nothing outside of Fractals to hold on to you after level cap.
Summary: Before this game even came out I've played the first Guild Wars. I've played Guild Wars beta all the way till now. When I first heard about Guild wars 2 I was excited. But as long as the wait was I was title grinding for more exclusive items in Guild Wars 2 via the Hall of Monument Calculator. I've accumulated the title God Walking Amongst Mere Mortals in the first. Saying that took time and endless playing time. But back to what I'm trying to say.