I never played that Fire horse shirt but I did play master ranger. That was hard for somethings but the guild needed creatures harvested and I was the go to. Big pvp fights were fun with that ranged killing blow. Star Wars Galaxies was the epitome of what a game formed by a community can look like. MMOs have become theme parks now and will probably never go back to that format. If you’re one of the lucky people who really got to experience it, it was a once in a lifetime gaming experience.
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The other day I started playing Minecraft on the desktop for the first time Fire horse shirt after years of the console. I’d never used a mouse and keyboard for anything but I got so excited when I saw a wolf as my friend was escorting me to her base. I’ll follow up with Walking into the Forest Temple for the first time. The atmosphere between the child and adult changes were completely different the game wasn’t holding your hand anymore.
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The first (and only) time I beat another human in a game of StarCraft II 1v1, because I realized Fire horse shirt, “hey, I outplayed this guy. I didn’t have teammates who could carry or feed and neither did he; I just played better than him overall, and that’s why I won.” It felt great to know that I beat someone because I played the game better than them on an individual level, without having to factor anybody else into the equation. I mean, who the hell scans, sees that I have a bunch of tanks sieged up on the high ground with other units supporting them, and then tries to push up the ramp anyway?