Got RO2 on release (plus pre order beta access). Mixed feelings about it. It had the potential to be truly great, but it was too buggy and unreliable to be truly enjoyable. I've not played for a bit, but I'll probably hop in again, see how it is.
Please share your thoughts if you do. I am sick of games that are not worth their mettle. In recent years there has been a huge decline in "fun" - and a huge increase in "buy dlc to enjoy the game...kinda" syndrome. Releasing half completed and buggy games is on the rise as well. I found myself having the most fun with old titles, and games that are heavily modable (arma, skyrim, oblivion, fallout etc).
Its so hard to find a game one can get really into these days.
Am I the only person in history to think that Ghost Recon was overrated as a tactical combat/FPS game?
You can't really program misery and semper gambi into a game for the full realism. They game though was prophetic, if there is such word. I remember fighting Russians in Georgia and thinking WTF? Russia fighting Georgians. Really?
I recently tried Risen2, it's like skyrim sort of, but you're get blow fools away with your trusty musket and pierce them with your epee. Epee, WTF?