digitalwind wrote: »
Reading...gotta say, not a fan in my MMORPGs.
And I'm sure plenty of other people do enough reading at work and school.If you make reading quests mandatory, might as well slap and "Educational" sticker on the games rating too.
burningtuxedo wrote: »
I'm almost certainly in the minority here, but I hate quest trackers/markers etc. I enjoy navigating and exploring on my own and given instructions on where to go through dialogue ('north east of here' 'follow the road out of town and take a left at the river' etc) I find it more immersive and I actually enjoy the exploration. If there is a quest marker/tracker guiding me every step of the way I find it very annoying and even condescending.
Now on the other hand there are some people who are shall we say... less geographically inclined and couldn't read a map/use a compass to save their lives and I can understand how a lack of such markers would be frustrating for them. And some people just like to turn off their brain and grind out some content.
Perhaps this could be something you are able to toggle on and off in an options menu or there could be quests specifically tailored to the type of player who enjoys figuring things out on their own like myself while still providing more traditional style quests for others.