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7-17-2009 @ 9:26AM
When they release an expansion and I have to grind from 80 to 90, I'm quitting for the Star Wars MMO.
7-17-2009 @ 9:54AM
A lot of people said that about WAR before LK dropped. I understand they're hemorrhaging players right now.I want to play Kotor too, but I'm going to wait to see if it sucks first before I commit
7-19-2009 @ 8:19AM
Yes amaxe but those people based that WAR would be a wow killer on absolutely nothing. They just saw another mmo and thought that it would be "amazing" because it was new.Sooner or later something else will kill wow however if you looked at those 2 games (AOC being the other one) they REALLY didnt look like they were going to cause wow that much trouble, and so wow still dominates the mmo market for better or for worse.Wows problem atm is that its trying to cater to pvpers,lvlers and raiders and a large playerbase, however its lost most of what it attracted people in the first place. Raids are too easy and whats the point in killing the same boss but on "hard mode" nobody wants that crap we want to fight the boss and thats it they need to stop making it so easy if you cant kill the boss then you need to learn to play more or get more players that know how to play theirs.IMO i was attracted to wow by the pvp side, when i heard there were BG's (and later arenas) i thought it was going to be epic pvp that tested skill and teamwork.Anyone who has stepped into pvp knows that being bursted down in 2 globals by most classes now is getting so so so damn old and boring, its ruining pvp yet blizz does nothing.The game has gone downhill since TBC to the point where it almost looks like the devs dont care
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