If WOT is considered MMO then this is aswell.Originally Posted by headcracker
My understanding is it's a pay to win team death match space shooter. Not and MMO.
If you had actually played it you would know the pay-to-win system is pretty much exactly like WOT, not like in every other game where you can really pay to win.Originally Posted by headcracker
BF3 has more players on a map. That is not an MMO. You can buy unique ships in this game not available to earn with time only real € and are better from what i've been told. It doesn't even tell you that it's (forget max players) 24vs24? death match, just says MMO. I call false advertising on that one. I don't consider WOT an MMO either. Who does? The game does look fun but with false advertising and pay to win it is doomed before it even starts because many will share the same views as i do, and avoid it.
I'm not commenting on the gameplayOriginally Posted by Stige
If you had actually played it you would know the pay-to-win system is pretty much exactly like WOT, not like in every other game where you can really pay to win.
Play the game before you comment on it...
Completely agree, however, match-making (like most games of today) needs a little work. I seem to be put on the losing team more often than on the winning one. At the end of the game, there doesn't even seem to be a "close" point spread. I always seem to win be a landslide or get completely demolished.Originally Posted by Wildcard36qs
Just wanted to say that I really just got into this game and am loving it. The combat is really really fun. I wouldnt call it an MMO, but it is a great dog-fighting game. Also, although you can pay to get stuff faster, it is by no means a pay 2 win. They do a good job of putting like-ranked equipment/ships together. And even if you are a bit weaker than the enemy, you can always out fly them or have teammates help out.