Summary: Got it and the graphics are good, but I can't even figure out why the programmers or producers decided to include a long, drawn out dialogue before going into actual gaming scenes. The Jedi Outcast is far better in action and quite less in graphics by comparison to this one.
Summary: Customer Service was pretty bad when I bought the game. I cancelled m account immediately when originally signing up understanding they auto billed my account although the first month was free. Informed them I cancelled it initially and they still charged my account.
Pros: Game was fun when it came out. I quit initially because it cost money monthly. Sort of like World of Warcraft or Everquest, only in the Star Wars Universe.
Cons: There is absolutely no reason for you to spend money on this game. Its free and online. There isn't a single player campaign you can play offline.
Summary: I love bioware. I've always had a love/hate relationship with EA, but now that is turning sour. They no longer seem to care about delivering a quality product, but instead focus on hype, poor delivery, and abandonment towards their customers.
Pros: The overall idea having a cinematic mmo with good pve and pvp seemed to good to be true. I did enjoy leveling up my toon up to about lvl 20. Then I realized I never had my expectations met. Perhaps I've just been spoiled.
Cons: Terrible crafting. I could write 1,000+ characters on this alone, but i'll leave it at SWG. Star Wars Galaxies got crafting right, and was really hoping this game would take something from it. No complex player economy. Like I mentioned earlier, I quit playing this game once i realized it wasn't ...
Summary: Game does not support SLI. Must set ALL CPU,memory, and GPU settings to Stock - OC'ing will end in BSODs and CTDs. Levelled 8 toons to 50, all in 60+ gear and end game was still "meh" "Glow stick" twirlers are heavily favored in this game, whereas big gun toters are more benchwarmers.
Pros: Decent story line with vast areas to discover. Great PVE Content. Was fun to beta.
Cons: Poor end game. EA discovered they had poor coding for their RVR on the "end-game planet" and instead of fixing the code, they left have left it broken and eliminated the RVR on the entire planet. Now it is just another planet for PVE and doing your "daily" kill tasks. Resolve is broken and even t...
Summary: If the game moves to a Guild Wars style of single purchase supplied by microtransactions, I would consider moving back. The game simply is not interesting enough for a monthly subscription.
Pros: It's Star Wars. The lore is good, and as always BioWare tells a good story. Great voice acting, varied plots, etc.
Cons: It's an MMO. The game was developed by BioWare, who have no MMO experience and have developed a fanbase around their superb single player games. I pre-ordered the game because it was a BioWare game. And, much like Mass Effect 3, I found myself disappointed. The game did not hold my attention past...
Summary: There are the normal bugs, especially after patching.
Pros: Story is very well done. I have played a Bounty Hunter, a Smuggler, and a Jedi Sage all to max. Each of these stories was truly satisfying.
Cons: Customer Support may as well be provided by a big box stores. Technical issues get answered like the reps are reading out of a binder. The blanket responses to individual technical issues are very annoying. In the end most issues are resolved by other players on the forums. Sad, because it really...
Pros: Good for someone who likes a hack and slash solo or limited interaction Mass online game.
Cons: Where to begin.... Graphics on this game are already 3 years behind.. Max person raid is 8 people. Max group is 6 but you'll never come across 6 people actually looking to do the same thing as you. Lvl'ing up is completely hung upon doing the same ol kill task quests... Cant just go kill stuff so...
Summary: It shouldn't be that hard to enjoy a game... especially one you WANT to love... but this has a bad vibe to it that shouldn't be there for a game of this magnitude.
Pros: It's star wars...
Cons: ... but it's buggy like crazy. And you need a monthly subscription, after paying $45 for the game... They should sell this for $10 to recover the cost of the media it comes on (to download it is about 15 Gig which on DSL is a killer) OR give you a year's time to play for your purchase.