Thursday, March 22, 2012

Why YGOPro is a problem?

For YGOPro, you need to have Hamachi, which can lead into several problems:
  • If you are always on the go or if you have a static IP, you don't have a finite internet access, so logging into Hamachi is going to be a hassle, because you would have to set up your preferences.
  • If you do not have a good connection, it'll lag and cause problems for both players. With the majority of it being automated, you'll be forced to wait a lot longer than you should, and if your opponent is impatient,...yeah, it'll just be bad.
The main problem with YGOPro is the necessity of Hamachi, when you can log into Dueling Network, and connect to a massive playerbase, of which you'll be able to duel almost near instantly (if you don't find an opponent, you'll have a little time to wait until you'll be able to duel), but yeah, bottomline, players would prefer Dueling Network over YGOPro, because it's less tedious.


For other news, I want to comment on a couple of weblinks:
Does it feel like Konami's pushing for players to play Hieratics?

1 comment:

  1. YGOPro is definitely only playable with a group of people you already know, that's for sure. (The KC Ladder site you posted on the last one is complete crap.) But with that out of the way, it's definitely better than DN since you never get into rulings arguments and it's generally faster. Lately I've been playing it with my friends and I think it's great.

    On another note, Hieratics are looking to be the new top tier deck. They already can FTK, and seeing the new support is just scary... Maxx C will be even more of a staple.
    Trial and Tribulation is obviously the new staple for Hieratics, as it's second effect is broken as hell.
    Hieratic Seal from the Ashes is...not that good. People generally don't run the banishing hieras in their decks. I just don't see it in competitive play.
    I expect to see a lot of new Hieratic players when all the cards come out, yes.