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7-15-2009 @ 3:30AM
I've only been playing WoW since the middle of Burning Crusade, but what I've seen and felt coincides with Eliah's opinion. Tha game has never been better, and I feel it's going in the right direction.Challenge? I myself hate challenge and try to avoid it at all costs, but if one follows the news about the top guilds, it must be clear that hardcore players get all the challenge they want (and even more).Copy and paste? Naxxramas was reused, I concede to that, though I never saw the old version, and I am not alone with that. As far as I know, it was ridiculously overtuned, so few players got to see it, thus making it available in the new expansion in a revamped form was a perfectly logical decision. More so that it fit the atmosphere perfectly. Apart from this, look at the 5-person instances: Azjol-Nerub, Old Kingdom -- beautiful, not resembing anything I've seen; Nexus -- again an atmosphere and look specific to Wrath, and I could go on with that endlessly. Copy and paste boss mechanics? Please remind me of anything similar to, say, Flame Leviathian or Kologran mechanics in the past.Single-player experience? That's where I am at home, and most pleased: gripping atmosphere, fun dailies (Alchemist's Apprentice, if that's not a new mechanics, then what is?), quest-emblems-for-recipes system, yummy.Balance? I don't EVER PvP (except when holidays force me into it), so no opinion on that. All that I know is I have been playing a Protection Warrior from the very beginning (levelled in Protection up to 80, feel free to laugh), and Protection has never been more fun. And that's what matters to me, I don't care if death knights tank better or whatnot.
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