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  1. Once I saw Walmart, I knew this PC wasn't going to be able to handle BnS. First, you need a good CPU to run the game as it's more CPU intensive than most games. An i3 just isn't going to cut it. The game calculates the position of other players in the area via the CPU, even if they are set to not show up on your screen. You'll notice huge drops in performance to nearly unplayable levels in crowded areas. I'd recommend at least an i5 and if possible an i7 if you can afford it. Heck, even with my PC which has an i7 3770k overclocked to 4.0+ Ghz, I found myself struggling with st
  2. To the OP: I completely agree with everything you said. I noticed the cash grabby way of NCSOFT way back in beta. To be honest, I haven't logged into the game for any actual progression since early February. I've just been lurking on these forums to watch the state of the game since.
  3. Amazing the kind of stuff you can capture when you set your view distance to 99,999.
  4. I made me a sexy Warlock. She's so pretty, I had to take the picture from low orbit to avoid getting blinded by the dazzling beauty that is my Warlock.
  5. Nope. The items are a lost cause. Hope your timing is good about getting the name back. You never know if someone just happens to claim your name as soon as it's available.
  6. It feels like the game actually gets worse with every patch. Now my fps is struggling to stay in the 30s. My computer was playing at a solid 90 - 120 during beta and launch in the same areas back in January.
  7. Just a heads up. There are two first steps in the F3 wardrobe. I thought it was a bug but someone in another thread (the one about outfit transmuting), pointed out that one of them is from the cash shop and the other is from Skittering Tunnels.
  8. The graphics are a bit outdated in spots. Some of the texture resolutions used for things like rocks and cliff faces look like something pulled from vanilla WoW in 2004. It's a bit jarring when you're in this awesome and highly detailed outfit standing next to a rock with graphics from over a decade ago. I don't think it would take that much effort to make a few new texture files to replace the older ones currently used in the game. Look at a game like Skyrim. Within a few months, people made HD texture mods to replace the ones that come with the game. The thing is
  9. They order new Yuns through Amazon via FedEx. Then for the shipping option, they just pick "2 day stork delivery". Cheaper than overnight stork delivery.
  10. It's kind of a shame. After all, if founders stuff could be claimed on every character made on the account like most other games do, all those people on Mushin could easily reroll a new character on a less populated server.
  11. Farewell from the twins: See you all next year!
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