I don’t know about you but that was my first thought after watching this video.

Then the skeptic in me decided to show up. It seems that they are talking this game up a lot, I’m really hoping that they can do everything they said because that would be one awesome game.

I think there are a few Guild Wars fans around here, anyone else wanna join up and take out that INSANE looking dragon at the end of the clip? (probably get utterly destroyed actually)


  1. I don’t think this video is embedded right.

    Also, I don’t think I can live through Guild wars 2–four characters to level 20 and one of them to the ENTIRE endgame in just the first. It was not healthy for my family.

  2. Video seemed okay for me.

    If they can pull off half of what they’re showing here, in terms of combat, I’ll be all in. Either way, that was rather impressive.

    Also, I think my next PC will actually be a Mac. I wonder if this will be available on Mac.

  3. @ James: Glad you liked the video. 🙂 You should definitely read the blog post that goes along with the video. If you’re going to be at gamescom or PAX, you’ll get to experience some of what’s in this video (fun combat, cross-profession combos, personal story, dynamic events) first hand. 🙂

    Guild Wars 2 is so much fun to play, but my words probably don’t mean much, since I work at ArenaNet, so follow what people are saying after gamescom and PAX, and maybe it will soothe your concerns. 🙂

  4. @ Brinstar: That was an informative blog post. I (sadly) will not be at gamescon or PAX but, I will be looking forward to peoples reactions/any gameplay video that comes out.

    I’ve started playing MMORPG’s with Ultima online, did my time in Everquest/Everquest II, dabbled here and there in Wow, and of course Guild Wars. I am hoping that this game can be the one to break the “mmo formula” that is mentioned in the blog post.

    Thanks for the reply Brinstar.

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