Le 29 avril 2016, 08:50 dans Humeurs • 0
This also brings us to Cheap Black Desert Silver , more annoying failing of the game: things are just not explained very well. Maybe this is due to the localization of Black Desert Online from its Korean origins, but I found myself consulting the Internet quite a bit in my early play-time, trying to get up to speed on Contribution Points, Energy, Knowledge and all the other quite important aspects I needed to know in order to be successful. Black Desert Online offers tons of content with many, many layers – but you will be completely ignorant of most of it when you start. There is a wide range of activities you can engage in besides questing and killing in PvE combat. You can fish, you can tame horses, you can be a farmer; there is a really complex and fascinating economy, with trading that you can take part in. But learning about it can be incredibly overwhelming; I think to truly play Black Desert Online properly, you would have to spend more time reading than playing.
“Black Desert Online has the potential to be a truly legendary MMORPG. There are so many interesting elements to it, each of which could provide you with many hours of enjoyment.”
There is way more in Black Desert Online than I can possibly hope to summarize in one review. This is a game that truly puts the “massive” in MMORPG. And I don’t really mean the big open world (which is huge for sure); I mean the gigantic time-sink that this game could become if you really got into it. Learning to tame horses, farming, trading, hiring workers, fishing, buying life insurance (ok, just kidding on that one) – you notice I didn’t mention dungeon crawling? Black Desert Online is less the usual RPG and more of a kind of fantasy “life simulation.” It also doesn’t help that it keeps going while you are logged off (which explains why so many people set themselves to fishing when they want to go to bed).
Black Desert Online has the potential to be a truly legendary MMORPG. There are so many interesting elements to it, each of which could provide you with many hours of enjoyment. Ironically, its strengths are not PvE battling, dungeon crawling, and other things most MMORPGs are known for. But it makes up for those shortcomings with so much other deep content and a gorgeous, polished visual experience, that it is still a great game – provided you are willing to put in the time learning. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have some reading to http://www.blackdesertsale.com/