That's how it works these days - gotta go fast. Could you imagine the uproar if they did the opposite and had a cherished Battlefield or CoD game (not great examples, but you get the idea) be remade as turn-based? (I'd likely buy it, but many of the fans would shit a house worth of bricks.)Exactly. I always play RPG's expecting blistering HOT action packed fights..
.....has the gaming world gone mad?
Pretty similar system to FFXI, FFXII, Xenoblade. Your normal attack is just an auto-attack that goes on it's own. Then you select abilities you want to use, and they recharge on a cooldown. That's really it.
You can also pause the game anytime you want to think about your situation, or you can queue several actions in a row and just sit while the computer does what you input. Pretty easy really once you get used to it.
Unless EA just gave them Respawn's source code from Fallen Order, I agree and don't see it happening as rumored.I feel like that would require a much bigger team than Aspyr is used to. The entire combat system would need to be overhauled.
Yeah, it was pretty much like any modern MMO from EQ to SWG, to WoW on up.It was turn-based in that it was literally running d20 3.5 edition ruleset under the hood, but you could queue up actions in a pause menu that would then be executed in 'real time'. It wasn't like JRPG turn based.
Kotor is even worse than regular turn based, you literally don't do anything, it's just the game using a dice throw mechanic, it's stupid to use a dice system in a video game. You just stand there and wait for the game to end the battle, with some rare actions here and there like healing sometimes.
Strategy? Suuuure. Just trying to make up for the fact that your sluggish boomer reflexes can't pull of a decent combo so you resort to the dull gameplay loop of turn-based games that's just spamming some pre-determined attack animation with some few potions and buffs punctuated in, lmao. "Strategy."How anyone gives a crap about your opinion is beyond me. I understand how button mashing is much easier for those who don't understand strategy.
True, very true. You'll have to excuse my shite post though as a few hours later I realised that a few of my favourite RPG's were action packed, so dont mind me..That's how it works these days - gotta go fast. Could you imagine the uproar if they did the opposite and had a cherished Battlefield or CoD game (not great examples, but you get the idea) be remade as turn-based? (I'd likely buy it, but many of the fans would shit a house worth of bricks.)
If the gameplay of the remake ends up feeling like the jump from ME 1 to ME 2, I'm okay with that.I really miss BioWare. Remember BioWare? Remember how much of a technological jump Mass Effect 2 felt like after playing years of junky combat like KOTOR?
I remember watching the KOTOR "combat" play out and the animations didn't line up with health loss. It was like a graphical shell that played out randomly with no real attachment to the math going on behind the scenes. Totally bizarre.
Change for the better is more than welcome.
Don't go to Japan and do not under any circumstances tell a Japanese man you don't like dragon quest.
I don’t believe you. As soon as I can travel again, I’m planning to go to Japan and announcing everywhere I go that Dragon Quest combat is boring and only appeals to nostalgia. Then I’m gonna check out Super Nintendo World. And buy some used pantsu from a vending machine.Don't go to Japan and do not under any circumstances tell a Japanese man you don't like dragon quest.
Unless you want to be cursed and see censor bars on every women you lay with.
Take it from me. I still don't know what vagina, breasts, or ass looks like.
That's the stupidest thing I read today here.
LOL Final Fantasy VII had the most boring and brain dead easy battle system of all time. Good riddance to that shit. You are lying to yourself.
I liked KOTOR's combat system and I refuse to buy FF7 due to the changes they made to turn based.
This is a change to appeal to a different kind of gamer; the Michael bay-esque cock-weasel with no attention span.
75 million lifetime sales most of that in Japan.I don’t believe you. As soon as I can travel again, I’m planning to go to Japan and announcing everywhere I go that Dragon Quest combat is boring and only appeals to nostalgia. Then I’m gonna check out Super Nintendo World. And buy some used pantsu from a vending machine.
TLOU had brutal combat also and sold a ton. Sales numbers doesn't necessarily mean combat is "good*.75 million lifetime sales most of that in Japan.
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And it still looks better than Pokemon.