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Ace Arizona

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  1. Marcus Hancroft wrote: Ace Arizona wrote: Canoro Philipp wrote: we also have a new feature called Outfits, where you can save a look for your avatar and change between looks easy. for shopping we got a marketplace, with the ability to buy things filtered by number of prims, price, or permissions, where you can save an interesting product to buy later. Those sound promising! I can't even count how many times I stood in my house for 30 minutes trying to decide what to wear and shuffling through my inventory trying to put it all together, even taking "inventory organization" classes. Also wondering if I was overpaying for products when my only way of finding shops was the search feature. Nice. Don't let this by your ONLY way of shopping though, Ace. Inworld shopping is dying a slow miserable death because of the Marketplace. Inworld stores, malls and sims closing down all the time because owners/merchants can't afford to pay the tiers on them with no traffic (and no sales). Use the Marketplace to FIND what you want, but go to the inworld store to purchase (if the merchant HAS one. A lot don't now). I can see how that would be a problem. Kinda surprised that the Lindens didn't anticipate such a thing.
  2. Canoro Philipp wrote: we also have a new feature called Outfits, where you can save a look for your avatar and change between looks easy. for shopping we got a marketplace, with the ability to buy things filtered by number of prims, price, or permissions, where you can save an interesting product to buy later. Those sound promising! I can't even count how many times I stood in my house for 30 minutes trying to decide what to wear and shuffling through my inventory trying to put it all together, even taking "inventory organization" classes. Also wondering if I was overpaying for products when my only way of finding shops was the search feature. Nice.
  3. July 2007, the month they banned poker and gambling from the grid, was the last month that I really enjoyed Second Life. I log in once in a blue moon to try and reignite my interest but it usually falls short. I'm not bitter and defeated, I still think SL has what it takes to entertain me, but it's a bit sad that the most exciting thing to happen to me in this game since 2007 was when I was accused of $600 worth of credit card theft by my land owner/roommate (proved to be false, I should mention) - and that wasn't even part of gameplay! What has been added since 2007 from a gaming stand point to enhance the game? Show me something new in SL that will make me want to play again.
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