Taking a quick break to post this.
First of all, thnak you to all of thse who actually took the time, effort and necessary rain cells to read whatever I feel like writting about HKO. Now, as a critic I have a duty to take in consideration all of the comments, a.k.a., never look at them again and give absolutely no regard to however writes me back. But as myself, I really want to take the time to explain some things.
Just got passed Sanrio Harbor and I’m now in Floriapolis. I have been in two GM events and I promisse to write all about them. In response to some comments about me not being able to take it in the HKO universe I say, “Step aside, noob; this stuff won’t beat me.” Also, I neitehr own a Wii (god forbid!) and neither am I in WoW, because quite frankly, tehre’s better stuff out there and I find ridiculous the fact that I have to PAY every month to play a feekin’ game! I also don’t like Nintendo in general because it thinks far too highly of itself, catering to children and familes in general and contantly letting down old friend of sucessful franshises by just remaking the same games from the N64 games and renaming it (or in some cases NOT). I also blame Barrak Obama for not taking more iniciatives against BP…
I can keep rambling about other gaming/political issues, but getting back to subject: Is HKO a bad MMO? Not, certanly not. From what I’ve seen so far, it’s quite nice and dare I say much better than some other stuff I had to it through and play like… “that MMO that shall not be named”… It has a bundle of little features and I think this maybe the best crafting system I ever encountered, because it’s simple.
Finally, I’ll address once for all the minigame aspect. What I ment to say is that a cult has been growing around them and those types of games have literally flooded the market. Now, when you go buy games the genres you’re most likely to encounter are FPSs and Family Fun minigames. That’s what I’m against. Gaming should not be a bunch of activities that make you feel tired and unfullfilled in the end. When you come down to it, Guitar Hero is a minigame, but at least when you’re done you feel like you’ve acomplished something (the same could be said for DDR), because at least you can show off to your friends at a party or throw in some lingo to into a conversation. In most wii minigames… Eh, I’ll let you bunch decide…
Now I’d like to end on a happy note by saying this: I write because I like to entertain. And finding things to make fun of about anything is always hard work. I do tend to write what comes to mind, but if you were at all entertained by knowing what happens when a 20 year old opinionated WOMAN (yes, so I like to play hard-core men’s games, so what?) decided to play an MMo entitles Hello Kitty Online.
Have fun everyone.
PS: Working on getting an entry done for the blog competition. It’s going to be both incredebly original and a complete rip-off. Stay tuned.