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Rusty Hearts Video Review

Discussion in 'Perfect World' started by ogreman, Nov 21, 2011.

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    He is quite negative ;o
     
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    Noche Don't feed the troll! Ogre Veteran

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    I think he was a little too harsh, but at least he had a sense of humor about it. XD
     
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    Yes, it was more negative than I was expecting. Thought it would be more like the one for League of Legends.
     
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    The way he edited the first few minutes was funny, though. Although I didn't really agree with a lot of what he was saying, I found myself laughing pretty hard.
     
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    Nelson can be a little bit on the non-fluffy-bunny side sometimes. He's been coming in to play Rusty Hearts with me on my off-nights as part of my #GameWithMe sessions now and then so I'd heard most of this already.

    Compacting it all together into one video, though I guess that's a bit too caustic.

    I think we'll pull back on his leash a little bit for the next video. :shy:

    (You can see me running around in this one, in fact; destroying all that moves until its twitches no more.) :charming:
     
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    Are you that gunbunny? xD
     
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    Ah yes, that would be me. I'm probably also the reason why Nelson says, "Destroys everything. Forever." Because I have a tendency to one-shot half the room as soon as they spawn. :)
     
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    This video was picked up by the Rusty Hearts Facebook page:). Surprisingly, it has received only likes so far. Thought with the negativity in the video that it would be treated similar to the one on World of Tanks.
     
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    I think we might be seeing a cultural difference between the players who play World of Tanks and those who play Rusty Hearts.

    WoT is a PvP game based around squad-based combat, it will tend to breed heavily gearheaded players who look at things as a type of tactical examination, numbers and priority are important. As would be a sort of solidarity. If a single member of a group strongly dislikes a thing, the peergroup would probably also then dislike it just to go along. That's what we saw in the 8k views on the WoT video.

    Rusty Hearts, however, is a bit more zany and it doesn't describe itself with so much competition. The game itself has a passionate no-holds-barred atmosphere where the characters themselves are kinda picky snots thrust into a town full of lunatics and jerks. The storytelling itself provides this sort of attitude and without a strong PvP-only mechanic, there won't be as much clannishness. In fact, I can see Rusty Hearts players much more willing to laugh at the game's flaws and embrace them as their own. :)
     
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