I got a question. If I get my main hard drive and secondary hard drive put in my new computer just for all the old data in them, what do I do about my games and such like Office/Word, League of Legends, Hearthstone, McAfee? My new desktop or new C drive wont have all that stuff there. Do I have to transfer all the files to the new hard drive (thinking that would be screwy for the registry), or just pull out a shortcut to the new desktop that relegates it to go to the back up drive? I'm confused on how to keep all these active things, ACTIVE when I change it over.
I wonder if the talk about player killing might have turned Jenny (or others) off of this game. Does anyone know of a "free shard" that: 1) doesn't allow player killing 2) has the lore story running on?
One thing that these sorts of game don't do is a Fenn Treasure Hunt type of deeply hidden, one winner sort of contests. I always thought that would be a big draw and fun to work on, but the big game companies always want content where everyone wins. UO had those "rare items" and they really missed to boat when it was right there to see what really attracted players.
If a Free Shard had their own additions like that stuff, I might even play it again myself. But I don't want the Player killing anymore because you have to play a lot to keep up with the Jones's with that. I don't want to put that kind of time into it.
But what a game that was, with the "sandbox design" like nothing else. My son plays them, probably has played all the major games, so I know what they are like. There's been nothing like UO since UO. There was so much to that game world that we haven't related yet.
Last Edit: Jan 20, 2017 15:22:40 GMT -5 by goldwatch