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12-26-2008 @ 10:29AM
"we're not trying to be a sequel to WoW"Red 5 Studios would benefit from making an MMO that closely relates to the WoW gameplay/mechanics. Already a proven success.
12-26-2008 @ 2:53PM
My thoughts as well. So many of these MMO's come and go because they all want to be SOOO different from WOW.Why not use what works? Personally I get a tad irritated when a new MMO comes out and it has to be SO UNIQUE that the control style feel unnatural, the gameplay seems awkward, and the content is lack-luster. I was really looking foward to trying Spellborn, untill I learned about the play style and the "unique" User Interface. yay...It's not a bad thing to use WOW as a model. Take the good, avoid the pitfalls, Try a little better for balance, throw in logical (somewhat) and intriguing Lore/storylines and it should do ok.And don't be scared of animal/monster Races. I'm no "furry" but I do tend to find all human-like races somewhat boring.
12-26-2008 @ 4:56PM
if it's too similar people will simply continue with WoW. Why move to another game that will have issues (all new games do) if it's very close to what WoW is? It sounds good to say 'take the good, leave the bad' but everyone interprets that differently.
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