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5-18-2008 @ 5:50PM
1) So you can't play the game on Max details. Lower the details a bit. Is it unplayable at low settings? I doubt it. Does it look extremely worse than WoW at those settings? I doubt that too.How about at Max settings? Does everything look much much better than WoW? Let's face it, WoW has some outdated graphics, and doesn't have such great detailed graphics. Doing a straight comparison from Max to Max performance-wise without comparing the graphics is pretty ignorant.2) All games have bugs at launch. Doesn't excuse it, but you should expect it.3) WoW is the same way. I don't see the difference. EVERYONE does the same quests. Everyone does the same quest chains in the beginning of WoW. Hell, everyone does the same quest chains for ALL of wow, except for a few minor class quests that come much later.4) EVERYONE does the same tired experience in WoW as well. Rogue: Walk up to someone, spam 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 till dead. Mage: Spam 1 1 1 1 1 1 till dead. It's only at the higher levels when you get more skills to play with is it actually fun. I'd give it a chance before you toss it to the wayside.Do you know why they do this? It's because not everyone can handle jumping into a game with a million different skills to figure out, and others may just find it daunting.5) Levelling up isn't fun. I didn't find levelling from 1-70 fun. Find some people to play with. It's an MMORPG afterall. Go do some PVP once you've obtained some more abilities. But don't shod it off because you've only went through the tutorial quests.
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