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1-06-2009 @ 4:49PM
Eh, you have to wonder though, how long is WoW going to be able to stay fresh. Sure there is the players that have lasted for 4+ years, but I bet you that it's mainly because they found a guild they enjoyed and raided. I've never heard of a player that has played that long that was guildless and never raided.WoW's already grown a little stale to me, I love the guild I'm in, and I've started raiding with them when I can. Yet it doesn't completely keep me interested. Theres only so many times you can raid a place before it becomes a task of monotony and the fun is gone. The achievements and 'hard-mode switches' like the dragons in Obsidian Sanctum can only add so much replayability to WoW before it's seen as just a way of artificially lengthening content added.Personally, I'm looking forward to a nice game called Earthrise. I'll try out Aion, and I've been meaning to try out War, but ER has my attention right now for the most part :P
1-06-2009 @ 6:27PM
You can wonder this, but ultimately your situation has been occurring since May 05. It hasn't stopped WoW from continuing to rake in more and more players.WoW may peak without a real challenge or replacement, but I think that it will, at worst, recede to a player base of 5 million over a *long* period of time, only collapsing if/when a true "WoW killer" or replacement comes around.
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