The game eventually made me realize how fun all of this thing called "teamwork" really is. ..in most FPS/3PS online matches I've played, I learned that sticking to the team isn't always the smartest idea (aka: Grenade falls between us / They're walking right into an ambush / They're going the wrong way). Online gun games have taught me that working alone can change the tide of battle.
Not so much in this game. Working alone can get you killed, or killed.
Anyways, I'm planning on purchasing it. By this Thursday hopefully.
In the meanwhile, here's a video for you guys to show you how fun it is to be a scout:
Oh, and in YouTube the words on the right may stick out a lot, but really in the game you could ignore them easily. So don't let that bother you.
Oh and if you tried out the demo multiplayer FOR MORE THAN TWO HOURS STRAIGHT and still didn't like it, rent the game. People have said that the full version is fun as heck.
All-in-all, I'm gonna' miss the demo. Once I get into the real game, people would probably have all these new kinds of swordsmen and such... all these new heroes and stuff...
*sigh* I'll miss the days of basic swordsman+scout+archer+mage teamwork. It kept things simple and fair.
Ah well, I'll just keep the demo even if I buy the game.