It seems like 10,000 players online is an average number these days. Was it less or more a few years ago?
I was just saying because I think its quite a good story for characters in a card game maby not the best but their is one there.
That's part of the game's charm. I wouldn't mind seeing something like buying little game extras like new KO animations you can set up. These would be like special over the top ones.
Well they have those at FR, so it's not entirely far fetched to get them here aswell. Eventally.
Here are 2 facts for you about last bios :
Virginia : If you transform the name of her planet into numbers and letters you'll find the name of the planet where was born a famous videogame caracter .
Thorpah : Frozenra is the old kingdom of yetis, it's a reference to the lost planet of the Thundercats ;)
Popularity of UR is at a decrease. It actually never was popular, honestly.
It's genre is card game with a splash of RPG elements. Mix in a little facebook with it, and we have Urban Rivals.
To stay on topic, card game genre in the world of gaming is not popular. There are even gamers who haven't heard of Magic: The Gathering, one of the most popular card games in history. If some avid gamers don't know about Magic: The Gathering, what's the chances of them knowing Urban Rivals?
And the 28,000,000 players is false, A minimum of half can be calculated as multi accounts.
Yeah, I agree with everything you said. I didn't even know about UR until 2009 when I saw an ad on a site. Then I later found out how UR has been around since 2006.
I'm also noticing the number of players on right now with about 3300 players online. I don't know what the peak amount of players is, but during the day I noticed the number was about 5000. I wonder what the peak number was back then.
Something interesting I noticed was the amount of games played to players registered. The ratio is about 72 games per player.
Also, speaking of Blizzard and their new online TCG, there will also be a new online TCG coming from Wargaming, the developers of World of Tanks.
To be honest, the first time I saw the game's ad, I expected it to be a malware ad and even if the game exists, maybe it's another cheap Yu-Gi-Oh knockoff. (Remember, I had no idea what the game looks like back then) What about TV or newspaper ads?