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1-06-2009 @ 10:33PM
Well, one problem I see with something "beating WoW" is where it can come from. The Warcraft games preceding WoW were certainly something that people wanted even more depth to, and I think that helped make it successful even when people had to deal with lagfests and other problems.Is there a game series or a movie series or something out there that people would love to see as a MMO? (Games based on entirely new content seem to be less successful)If so, does the company developing it have a good vision? (SWG failed because of this for example)Will that vision be properly executed? (I understand AoC and WAR fell short here)Do they have the resources to make it work? Or will they have to cut back on what they promised (like WAR did)?And finally, will the content make them want to come back when the trial subscription period is over?This is what I see is needed to "defeat" WoW
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