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11-17-2007 @ 8:54AM
I agree and disagree, there is a degree at which a company does go overboard with customization like 2nd life, but sometimes there is such a thing as not being customizable enough .. FF Online.I think wow had struck a nice balance, now being able to change your hair and dance are nice, face as well, I don't see that being a problem, armor dyes ... I kinda agree with you on that one, obviously if blizz where to put something like this ingame, they would have to give the player base a limited pallet of colors to work with that blizz thinks would look good on say a T6 armor set.But to go back a little and say blizz might be going to far with there customization of characters in wow, I have one name for you ..City Of HeroesNot as complex as 2nd life, but not as stupid simple as FF Online
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