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Topic # 85994 29-Jun-2011 09:55
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For those that played GW with GW2 our characters can now jump. About time they enabled this.

You see, I reached a miserable point where I'd played Guild Wars so much -- I completed almost every quest that existed in the game, up to and through the Guild Wars: Nightfall expansion -- that I went a little nuts. I made a rather emotion-fueled blog post over at 1UP.com (where I was employed at the time), which I became somewhat infamous for in the Guild Wars community. I quit the game in a huff, and I never really mended my relationship with it; Guild Wars: Eye of the North (the game's last proper expansion) failed to win me back, and that was that.

Ryan Scott GW2 preview

http://au.pc.gamespy.com/pc/guild-wars-2/1179074p1.html?_cmpid=gspy53




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  Reply # 487292 29-Jun-2011 10:06
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What I think is happening in GW2

No more on your own when questing, there be players running around the world with you.

Jump. We should now be able to kite like a pro as long as we can jump and shoot at the same time.

One payment buy the game that's it no monthly fees

New races to play, new classes.





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  Reply # 487379 29-Jun-2011 12:11
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I still play GW, still finding stuff to amuse myself with.

Really looking forward to GW2, whenever it gets released that is.

New classes look very interesting and character creation looks more personal.
 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 487431 29-Jun-2011 14:35
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Between this, TOR and LoTRO's Isengard expansion in late Sept, it's going to be a very busy end of year in my MMO world! Never hurts to have too many options tho :-)

Thanks for the link.

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