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9-05-2007 @ 8:59PM
If Mike's indications are the same as mine, it's friends, guild mates and other players we've interacted with. There was alot more buzz from the people I interacted with when TBC was announced. WotLK has been met more with "meh" reaction. The negative reactions to the WotLK have been its been that is more of the same. There isn't really anything new or exciting, save for the Death Knight. Did WoW hit its peak with TBC? I don't know if it did or not. If it didn't hit the peak then it more than likely will with WotLK. Next year and the year after are going to see alot of contenders for the player base of WoW. They will put a dent into the population but probably won't be enough to dethrone WoW as the top MMO for awhile.
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