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The reason for this is to not bog down systems and create a poor offering. However this is not to say that this is going to be permanent. Once release is done and over they will work to upgrade their systems and make something a little more stable for fans and video gamers to sink their teeth into.
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Windows XP, Vista/7
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4000+ or better · Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 2.0GHz or better
Windows XP: 1.5GB · Windows Vista and Windows 7: 2GB · PCs using a built-in graphical chipset, 2GB RAM recommended.
ATI X1800 or better* · nVidia 7800 or better* · Intel 4100 Integrated Graphics or better*
8x or better *Minimum of 256MB of on-board RAM and Shader 3.0 or better support.
Now that’s about all the information we have on Star Wars: The Old Republic. But what more could you possibly want? I’m so excited I actually danced a little when I saw the release date. Thank the gods that nobody was home but me and the dogs. They didn’t judge. They just danced with me.
I want to try it out, but as with any subscription game I’m always wondering just how much time/money investment’s going to yield a reasonable reward. Single purchase games always seem like the better deal to me just because the risk is limited to a price I can fully predict will stay the same or decrease, rather than an ever-increasing base price that de-facto comes from subscribing.
Since I’m not a big MMO player, I also don’t know to what extent I would need prior MMO experience in order not to be overwhelmed by junk I need to sift through in order to have a basic experience. Sort of like my comment on Kat’s overwhelmed; plenty of logical instructions just mean I have to methodically pick through them when I’d rather just dive in and explore.
Usually I would agree with you about the cost aspect, however I’m more of a Star Wars nerd than I am frugal. This is one of those “Yeah I’m gonna have to buy it” games. However with so many MMOs moving to a Free-To-Play structure so rapidly after release it’s almost a matter of playing a waiting game. I am betting that they will migrate there sooner than later.
The nice thing about SWTOR is that it doesn’t appear to require you to have previous MMO experience. Your ability to go it alone and explore right off the bat seems to make it a pretty easy “pick up and play” style of game.
If they think that model will help, sure. I think right now they’ve got a massive budget and need to get money up front to help make a dent.
Free to play also potentially affects the very structure of a game system. All the work they spent getting a uniform system together that assumes monetary investment’s pretty much equal will have to shift to accommodate for incremental payments. I hope that designers will realize you can just pay for unlocking more content rather than unlocking stuff that helps you win, a la Lineage.
I’m a Star Wars geek myself, with a bunch of qualifiers, and I like that the Old Republic setting lets Jedis be Jedis, and lets me get on with not being one without feeling like a dupe. It’s just that you’re never really getting this sort of game; you’re renting it.