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7-04-2008 @ 5:11AM
As far as Warhammer online goes i'm sure it'll be a good enough game but it'll need to be very good and last a year at least to de-throne WoW.In my opinion MMOPRG's are pretty much always released in a Beta state. It is the nature of these games that the tweaking and adjusting and fixing of the game for public use usually occurs long after release. I remember WoW in the early days and it was a very different beast. The release of TBC certainly fixed a lot of things even though some would claim that it broke them.The hardest part of MMORPG's though is the PVP which I believe I partially why WoW does so well, due to it's mostly PvE background. I simply can't see Warhammer having a PvP system to rival WoW's which has been tweaked and rebalanced and patched ever since the BG's were properly released and especially since the Arena's came out.People might not like WoW's pvp system but how can Warhammer know how to make there's untill they have a reliable, strong play base using it and how can they maintain a reliable strong player base without a reliable PvP system if their game is mostly PvP? It's possible but very very tough.That said though I hope Warhammer does very well, side by side with Warcraft... I'm not sure whether i'll get it myself, i'd like to try the Zealot maybe but untill they have Skaven in there i'm not so easily tempted myself. I used to follow the Warhammer progress back in the day when they had Skaven and all, back before they scrapped it and restarted with a new company, i'm still a little disapointed since they scrapped it, despite the fact the new one looks quite tastey too.
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