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7-14-2009 @ 8:44PM
The thing you point out about the casual players getting more to do is also, I think, the biggest failing. Blizzard has made great strides in making the game accessible and enjoyable for casual players that make it so that people don't HAVE to raid or PVP. And that's GREAT!But on the other side of the coin...those same strides haven't been made in the PVE/end game content and everything I've been seeing seems to be confirming that this trend will continue. The new raid looks horribly uninteresting and rivaling the 3.0 raids in terms of laziness. From what I've seen, most of the bosses borrow tactics from previous encounters and the instance is a single room that collapses and you encounter a reused boss from this expansion. Nothing is original and it all feels old before we've even gone into it.My $.02
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