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akgamefan
4 years ago#1
Just wondering peoples thoughts on the single player experience. I like playing co op but my ping time is at best 60ms and sometimes up to 140ms so I tend not to us MP or co op features in most game. Another question i guess would be. How important is ping time in this game? I can guess not as important as a COD type game but just curious to know. Thanks for the replies in advance.
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chrisfakk2
4 years ago#2
akgamefan posted...
Just wondering peoples thoughts on the single player experience. I like playing co op but my ping time is at best 60ms and sometimes up to 140ms so I tend not to us MP or co op features in most game. Another question i guess would be. How important is ping time in this game? I can guess not as important as a COD type game but just curious to know. Thanks for the replies in advance.


Well worth it. I've gotten a ton of time invested a 29 warrior and 25 mage. You can store items In a chest then grab them with your alternate characters

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akgamefan
4 years ago#3
Thanks for the info I went ahead and got it. Demo was a lot of fun and at $20 not too worried about the cost. I've bought worse for more.
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SammichTime
4 years ago#4
I been enjoying it on single player, currently playing a level 29 ranger. It is like a better looking Minecraft with some lite rpg elements. Right now it feels complete but still raw and I hope they give it the Terraria treatment with updates that expand and add new content. The recipe farming and the random events also give the game some legs, like a quest of the day.
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akgamefan
4 years ago#5
@SammichTime
Thanks for the info. I'm playing on my ps4, psn acc name is 'Dolphinandwhale' if you want to monster hunt once I level up a bit.
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SammichTime
4 years ago#6
akgamefan posted...
@SammichTime
Thanks for the info. I'm playing on my ps4, psn acc name is 'Dolphinandwhale' if you want to monster hunt once I level up a bit.

No can do, sadly it's XB1 for me. Thanks for the offer though. This is one of those games where cross platform play would be a blessing.
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User Info: UltraKev9

UltraKev9
4 years ago#7
I'm having lots of fun solo. Played local couch co-op with a friend and even with a 52 inch backlit LED TV we were both getting terrible eyestrain. Terraria seems better suited to local spilt screen.

Yeah, as above poster says, stick your stuff in a box and give it to other new characters. Then take everything you can carry into a new world to get a big head start.
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