Been a Steam user for years, it's a great way to manage your games but it's buggy sometimes and is a bit of a recource hog.Not to mention the new UI sucks :DBut yeah, the indie games are great. I think it's awesome that Valve let indie game developers publish their creations on Steam.
MMOS:Tera might be one to watch.It's basically a lineage 3 base with a lot of cool stuff added - many basic classes, but VERY dynamic combat. Warriors have a skill that makes them move and dodge, and the entire game almost operates on an FPS system - you have a targeting reticule in the center of your screen. You never target anything directly - the health and mana at hte top of your screen are yours. You use your abilities by targeting. There may be some sort of "lock on" system to assist in pvp (who wants to have someone run around erratically when they're trying to aim?), but it's not sure yet. Healing, ranged weapons, etc, are generally targeted.:).
Regards Steam, I've not used it myself for years.But now I have a reason to (woot Free Portal!).
I've been looking for a decent review of Beat Hazard. Guess I should check my music collection for songs that are good for it. Something tells me that the GLaDOS version of "Still Alive" wouldn't be a good choice...
I know you're looking for an MMO fony, but how about testing a MOBA out instead? League of Legends would be fun (not Heroes of Newerth, I'm biased). Alternatively you could look for a beta key for Bloodline champions (heard they are rare, but would be really fun to see).
Why there is Daft Punk's Digital love mixed with that animated old school pron?
I have to say, as a former 'Wii player all the time' I spit out my ice cream laughing at the "Wii?" comment. Very nice.creamAs for the MMORPG, I really dislike them (I know, posting on >>>Wowhead<<<). But, I've heard a completely free game called 'League of Legends' that is quite popular
BIG !@#$ING EXPLOSIOOONBeat Hazard - awesome idea with screaming :D
Beat Hazard <- Adrenaline, yeah! Awesome game :D