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12-21-2008 @ 11:02AM
Oh, good job. You just compared a single player RPG with a MMORPG. "Graphics better than...". Please. You must be trolling. I mean, any sane person should understand just WHY graphics are worse in MMO's than single player games. Just to make it blatantly obvious, I will give a hint - it has something to do with thousands of players and as little loading screens as possible. Morrowind - exit a room - loading screen. Oblivion - exit a room - loading screen. I mean, don't get me wrong, I like those games, hell, Morrowind was my very first RPG. There is one problem though in them - there was only on Nerevarine and only one... uh... random hero (which is why I hated the end in Oblivion, Martin stole all the fame). In WoW, everyone wants to be a special snowflake. WHICH IS COMPLETELY IMPOSSIBLE. Please. Stop being such a spoiled brat, shouting "waa waa mom, that guy has the same gear than I". Open your eyes and smell the scent of keyboard - there are thousands upon thousands of people like you. Thousands upon thousands of whiners with wrong expectations that can't take that the game is not made by their smallest whim."Oblivion's dialogues were better than yadda yadda". God. The only way they differ from WoW quest text is that they were voiced. That's all. For an RPG, they weren't even THAT great, but that is a different story. Again, you are comparing a single player game, where you are supposed to be "speshul". In an MMO, it is not so easy to make you be the special snowflake, however I think Wrath has been great in that so far. Doing Argent Crusade quests, I really felt as a hero and a true paladin. I saw the consequences for my actions. In Oblivion? Fuck, even after saving damn Martin's ass over and over again, guard would still go "STOP RIGHT THERE CRIMINAL SCUM" on my ass. Even. Though. I. Saved. The. Fucking. Empire.Maybe this response is not as intelligent as you would want, but it might deliver the point. Might not, not sure, bit drunk while typing this. But your Big Point fails, because you compare single player games to an MMO.
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