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3-13-2009 @ 11:17AM
I have to disagree with the fun part. While Wrath has certainly enhanced the game (not as in made more challenging/fun), as in improved various aspects, be it nostalgia or whatever I have to say Vanilla provided me with the most -fun-. It may have to do with being worn out at this point, but I just think WoW seems more simple now, from questing to instances to repgrinds and whatnot. Simplified. Don't get me wrong I love the Casual concept, those who constantly crave for more hardcore content have the right to do so, I used to be hardcore, but I understand that the game should be able to be enjoyed by everyone. Fun comes first in a game, write that down. Fights too easy for you? Sad for you. Still I don't like how the grand WoW seems simplified as a whole, just doesn't feel that much like a MMO anymore. I guess you can make something good, maybe twice if your lucky, but the third time it kinda becomes a clone with a new look. That's how I feel, and I still like WoW as a game so it's not that I'm that tired of the game itself, just that Wrath doesn't bring that many choices to explore, everyone is doing the same, and they're doing it constantly. Vanilla was the most fun without a doubt, but BC was nice as well, especially the raids.
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