From time to time, I also want a more relaxed questing experience, so Rift shines there as well. It is what we’d probably call “old-school” by now. You click a target, then you hit the numbers on your keyboard according to which skills you want to use. And if you need to move, you hit the WASD keys. That’s it. No action, no dodging or anything else that requires super fast reactions. On the other hand, Guild Wars 2’s combat can be more interesting and definitely more challenging! I just really can’t stand those fights where you’re downed in one hit without even seeing it come. It’s not happening as often anymore but it irks me whenever it does happen. Guild Wars 2 also requires you to react fast and while yes, it’s certainly a more interesting experience and I prefer this sometimes over the boring old-school combat in Rift, it can be a strain on my injured hand. So sometimes, I simply cannot play Guild Wars 2 even though I really … [Read more...] about Please give me Rift Wars 2 (Blaugust Post 6)
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Before players can go gallivanting off into the wide world of Tyria, they must first choose a character, or Hero, to fight with. Character creation in GW2 is a ten-step process which might seem a bit long but is well worth the time if you’re into PVE and role-playing. For players who want to jump right into the action, there’s a handy “Skip to End” button that appears in every step. Clicking the button randomizes the choices for the proceeding steps and takes players straight to the naming part. For the rest who are willing to spend a little time on their heroes, they are given a choice of five races, each with their own distinct characteristics, from the short alchemical inventors of the Asura, to the towering hunters of the Norm. Aside from the differences in appearances, each race starts out in different areas and follows a slightly different storyline. Each race also possesses skills unique to their race. While these racial skills might benefit one class … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2 Game Review
Watchwork Mining Pick (Glyph of the Watchknight): Gain a 33% chance to receive a bonus Watchwork Sprocket. Lucky Dog Harvesting Tool (Glyph of the Scavenger): Gain a 33% chance to receive a bonus fine crafting material. Infinite Unbound Magic Gathering Tools (Glyph of the Unbound): Rewards unbound magic while gathering. If you already own these tools, visit a Black Lion Exchange Specialist in any major city or lounge to trade them for an updated version at no cost. … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2 Revamps Harvesting Tools To Include Glyph Stat Enhancers And Cosmetic Wardrobe System
Guild Wars 2’s Latest Update Changes Underwater Combat and Rewards Guild Wars 2 has been updated today, bringing with it changes to underwater combat. In a detailed blog post, ArenaNet explains why this update was necessary and how it will change the deep blue sea for players. … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2’s Latest Update Changes Underwater Combat and Rewards
Intriguingly, the update doesn’t end there. There are now new content for players in the depths too. Sunken treasures can be found across bodies of waters in Tyria, and it comes with accompanying achievements. Players receive a key daily from a daily quest of killing 10 Kraits, and can then go open sunken chests wherever they find them. What’s in those chests? You can expect gear and currency, but most importantly, you will receive a new trade able currency called Swim Speed Infusions. … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2 2018: Has Underwater Combat Changes Made The Depths Better?