There are a lot of games missing from this list. There were multiple "exclusive" games for the xbox and ps that are also coming to pc.
"actually true open world mmos" - huldu
Man that garrison and LFG tool are so open world.
WoW was released in 2004, long before garrisons and LFG tools even existed. But those are only more choices, not less. Daoc was superior in every regard. This wasn't a wow fanpost, I was just pointing out how cheesy some of the more modern f2p mmos are. They're a step back from the old ways and in most cases not for the better.
Yeah I wasn't trying to be a dick, I just thought it was funny.
For clarification, versions of games that are currently rated M (mature) such as GTA: San Andreas or Indigo Prophecy are fine to stream. ^AC
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My words exactly. PoE of a fracking awesome game, but the endless desync issues eventually made me stop playing. So yeah, I'll definitely have another go.
I don't agree with you.
I wouldn't expect everyone to. There's lots of people i see on streams and forums who enjoy it. But of course, lots of unhappy chappies like me too.
Part of me feels like i'm missing out on the crazy things that happen. But the few times i've fired up the game, i've ended up uninstalling it for a few more months, to wait for more bugfixes.
Until that day, ArmA 3 (+mods) wins out for me.
I recently ran into a large group of players that play on steam under the steam group http://steamcommunity.com/groups/redditnewbiefightclub , just join the chat and start playing. Most of them are pretty cool, but people can get salty. It's mainly for new players but there are some veterans in there too. They have a weekly "main event" where lots of people join the steam group chat and mumble and play for a couple of hours. Check them out!
Thanks! I've joined up and maybe we can get some sparring done. Hopefully there's some players in the UK/EU so the pings aren't too bad.
How many players total are playing this game? And how large is a team?
From what I was able to gather online, it has currently over 2 million players. The number of active subscriptions is unknown though, but the servers sure do have a lot of people.
As for the team size, it comes in 3 sizes: 4 (light party), 8 (full party) and 24 (3 full parties). Final Coil of Bahamut (and the other two coils) requires a full party of 8 players and it is the norm for endgame content. The light parties are used in lower difficulty dungeons and the 24 player team is currently used on a more casual endgame raid that can be done with random players, which minimizes the impact of individual mistakes.