Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: The Old Republic
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30 April 2014
Summary: did you guys know that there is tax on this item.for some reason a time card has tax on it, can someone tell me why or if that was a mistake and i can get my money back for the tax or something. i have no complaints about the card itself but what is up with the tax.
Summary: SWTOR does a wonderful job delivering stories for each of its classes. You'll enjoy the quests and the epic arch for most classes are memorable. I've played through the Sith Warrior and have heard great reviews for a few of the others. However, if you are looking for a MMO to play with your friends this isn't it.
Summary: In the end we just lost interest in the game too quickly. It seemed great for a while, but then it just lost its luster. Probably good for extreme Star Wars fans. Despite watching A New Hope about 60 times one summer as a kid, I guess I just don't qualify.
Summary: Star Wars in it's entirety is a great experience, the reasons I gave it imperfect ratings are; a tyrant company has its hands in it (hint: helped destroy one of the best built systems ever at the time; dreamcast), and $15 a month for the subscription seems a little steep these days. NO CASH?
Summary: Standard MMO but with starwar's skin. If you have played any major AAA title MMO in past 10 years you have played this game. The uniqueness of the game lies in the story line for each class and nice voice acting. unfortunately story telling and development is about 1-2% of whole game play time per character rest is standard kill 10x space pigs, get 10x space suits, kill that elite space trooper/jedi.
Summary: The game changed a lot since launch. There are a lot of stuff to do after hitting the cap. However, I still do not feel there are enough content pvp wise. Open world server's open world pvp is horrible. There is rarely any encounters with other factions other than on the new daily planet on Tuesdays.
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16 October 2013
Summary: This game is pretty decent if someone is looking for an intermediate of ease and difficulty, such as being between Guild Wars (easy) to Original WoW (difficult). This game also has far shorter quests and instances for quicker gameplay w/out wasting time and effort on pointless fighting. A complaint I would have about this game is that gear can be bought and it's top-of-the-line gear, so keeping up, especially quickly, is difficult.