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8-29-2008 @ 2:10PM
WAR is a ton of fun...in fact, i canceled my WoW account, at least until LK comes out. I'm sure I'm not the only one. Also probably the reason Blizz bumped up the news of Patch 3.0.
8-29-2008 @ 5:39PM
What you stated appears to be true.Unfortunately, I believe Blizzard might be overreacting. While WAR's pvp is excellent, their PvE content is lacking.Vice-versa goes for WoW.WoW was a game centered around PvE that had PvP tacked on, and, well you get the idea.I loved the time I spent playing WoW, but it appears to me that Blizzard is losing touch. Rushing a patch in order to "compete" with another MMO that isn't really competing is foolish.Blizzard has had plenty of time to fix their PvP, and make it more than honor/marks grinding and an imbalanced Arena system.I liked my time with PvE in WoW, unfortunately, I just didn't have the weeknights to give up for months on end just to kill a boss that's been farmed by high end guilds for years.If Blizzard loses anything, it'll be the people who enjoyed the old AV, and world PvP in Hillsbrad. Battlegrounds are a joke. EOTS was merely a mash up of WSG and AB. Most, if not all sense of accomplishment for regular PvPers has been lost. Working hard in BGs is pointless, because people just don't care anymore. Av is an honor farming/afking festival, and people form LOSING premades for the other battlegrounds to get their marks. They can add seige engines, and all the crap they want to Lake Wintergrasp, but it won't change the fact that PvP in WoW is broken.I had fun with WoW at one time, but unfortunately it appears that Blizzard is preparing to break the game even more to compete with a game that really isn't competing.
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