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12-30-2008 @ 1:12PM
A game called Darkfall that is set to start beta soon and has been inthe works for a few years already could be the next potential competitor for blizzard.Darkfall has some unique game mechanics to brign to the table and it's very pvp oriented, similar to shadowbane.I believe DF will take away some of WoW's hardcore pvpers. Otherthan that it's tough to step up to the great foundation blizzard hasset up with WoW through trial and error and listening to thecommunity to make the game more enjoyable...and addictive.http://www.wowconfidential.com
12-30-2008 @ 1:48PM
Darkfall is a niche game. It will take some of the hardcore PvP'ers away, but it won't make a dent at all in the long run.
12-30-2008 @ 11:11PM
"A game called Darkfall that is set to start beta soon and has been inthe works for a few years already could be the next potential competitor for blizzard."just about every MMO that has been released or has been in development/beta testing in the past three years has been labeled "a potential competitor for blizzard".lets get real here people.. the MMO market is the special olympics, and blizzard is johnny knoxville running over kids to get another gold medal. it's pretty safe to say that until blizzard closes down the servers no MMO will come close to reaching the total and concurrent subscriber number's blizzard has with WoW. of course that will also be the day when they release World of Warcraft 2.so all of this "this next (insert name of game in beta testing here) game might take the stuffing out of blizzard" can stop... please. for the sake of everyone's eyes.
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