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9-05-2007 @ 11:44PM
The news about WotLK still seems relatively fresh, and already, we've boomeranged around to burnout. Heh. Talk about news traveling at the speed of Internet.But I digress.Yeah. I heard the news about the expansion the day I hit 60. Of course, my first thought was, "Fuck. Level cap 80..."I should have been excited, but I wasn't. TBC is fine, but the more things change, the more they stay the same. More escorts, more fetch quests, more drop quests, more kill quests...well, you get the idea.I see burnout on the horizon. Nine million people can up and disappear relatively quickly if you give them something more exciting (game wise) to focus on. We have relatively short attention spans, after all.Oh, and for the record, I'm saying WoW will go into decline after the release of whatever expansion take the level cap to 100. I think by then, it would have run its course, and players will say, "I've reached level 100, and I've had enough." It will become one of those, "Hey, remember when...?" jokes. (Ex.: "Hey, remember when we were all addicted to Warcraft...?")
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