By makari 2 Comments
After replying to this man's blog on the topic of game world environments that you like the look and feel of, I decided to revisit the game I put up as a response: Guild Wars. Now, I haven't played Guild Wars since just after the Nightfall expansion was released. I remember being strapped for cash in those days, and playing through the campaign on a friend's account once before only logging in to watch GvG tourneys, which at that point were still fairly popular, even though the competitive crowds patience was wearing a bit thin with the over-saturation of classes and skills. So, I reinstall the original and the first expansion, and to log in I get slapped in the face with a 7000 odd file update. After an arduous wait before finally logging into the game, I find that so much stuff has changed and been added that it was all completely over my head all over again.
it was pretty overwhelming. I watched a couple of GvG matches, checked out my the birthday presents my characters had accrued while I was absent, got spammed with a billion guild invites, and got the obligitory naked guy running dangerously close to my behind, whispering sweet nothings to me. I had to log off for the night.
I finished Little King's Story a while ago, and threw a review of it up on the site. It's probably one of the best games on the system, and deserves a look if you, like Jeff, have a Wii, if not a must-buy for anyone who enjoyed the Pikmin series and hopes and dreams for a Pikmin 3.