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9-05-2007 @ 9:41PM
All indications being that the player base has been in a decline for at least... Well since every subsequent release of a new MMORPG since the release of WoW. Burnout? Yeah I am a bit doesn't keep me from playing because there is still so much to do and I'm in a raiding guild. Also The burn out the most people refer to in reference to "raiders" which is a small portion of the overall picture. Also they released the expansion which was the foundation of all this new content still to come out, more raids (10 mans), quests, gear events, Lore..A lot of the people who have left the game are usually the ones that will never be happy with the game no matter what they do. "40 man raids is INSANE!" They knocked the higher raids to 25 and gateway raids at 10 man. So to say that blizzard has continued to focus on raid guilds isn't true. What would make everyone happen is solo-able end game bosses, stupid ridiculous damage with their class that can kill any other class and quests that yield massive amounts of gold. If you think about it, if Blizzard has done anything, it' spoil their player base. A lot of these players seem to forget how much pointles grinding there was for sometimes years to hit the level cap on 1 toon and not to mention the raid content. The game has improved so much on what MMORPGs used to be and now it seems no one remembers that before WoW for some reason.
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