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8-02-2008 @ 6:34PM
I've played AoC, in a hardcore guild. And eventually, came back to WoW, due to that missing 'thing'.That missing 'thing', is the atmosphere. It feels less epic in everything there is. Starting WoW for the first ever time, makes you feel like you're actually wanted, and invited to play further. WoW in general feels really rich (and I'm not only talking about WoW's current state, I'm even talking about the very beginning).There are places in WoW you actually want to visit, just because you've heard so much about them. And there are ALWAYS new things to discover.So what I'm basically saying, WoW is the only mmo so far (that I have played, and I have played MANY mmo's), that makes me feel like I'm actually inside the world, that I'm the character I'm playing.Other mmo's do not give you this feeling, they feel more bland, you don't feel your character is really personal.But to stay on the topic of AoC: It could've been awesome, and I'm sure it eventually will be. But they released the game way too early, about 6 months too early.While this was a really stupid decision, I can hardly blame them, as they do not have the amount of money as Blizzard does, they're not a big company. They just couldn't afford it.
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