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2-14-2009 @ 2:03PM
I miss the old WoW, 40-man raids, playing for at least 5 hours a night trying to down those last few bosses. Ya...those where the good old days. When everyone was in a raiding guild and if you where not in one, well you did PvP. If you did not do PvP then why are you even playing?MMOs are about time consumption and dedication. I left (only to come back on a few occasions to play with friends) after BC came out. I was a raider and loved it, some of the times I had playing WoW came from doing those amazing 40-mans.Then people started to complain that they only had an hour a day to play the game and wanted epics as well. You could still get some but when you get enough people to cry then you have to listen. I hope the next MMO continues with the same style as Vanilla WoW. MMOs since WoW have become so easy; max level, obtaining gear, raid content. The whole thing is a snooze fest since you can play for an hour and get amazing things. (Ok maybe not an hour but you get the idea)Also this game better have a major graphical update or there is just no hope. When I can make a computer out of a ginger bread house and have it play WoW, there is a problem. I am not saying it has to be like AoC or Crysis but at least levels of Warhammer or close to that.Hopefully Jeff brings the ideas that made the game fun to this new MMO. Also please, no focus on it being an E-Sport. Gaming for profesnials is a joke...except in South Korea.
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