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10-26-2009 @ 5:10PM
I have tried as of recent (this year) other MMO's such as LotR, Aion, Warhammer and while WoW isn't per say a perfect MMO as you can notice by class balance nerfing, nerfing instances and raids for casuals etc, it is simply the better of all other MMO's by a wide margin. It wins by default.
10-26-2009 @ 5:49PM
I have to disagree. At least half the MMO's I've seen are substantially better than WoW. But there's no way they could be WoW-killers without a time machine. One of the biggest things that makes WoW as popular as it is is that it's as popular as it is. I'd be playing one of the several better MMO's if it weren't for the fact that a big part of the MMO experience is playing with your freinds, and this is the only one we all play.
10-26-2009 @ 6:06PM
@artificial Yea seriously thats why WAR went from selling 1million boxes to 300k subs in three months. Because it was "better than wow" but all of us are blinded by this crack we are on.uh huh
10-26-2009 @ 6:36PM
He was TOTALLY talking about Warhammer -.-
10-26-2009 @ 10:51PM
I agree with Artificial. I really love WoW and many things in it, but I've also played other MMOs and there are things I enjoy about those that WoW just doesn't have.For instance, I find the crafting component of Everquest II to be much more enjoyable than the one in WoW due to its interactive features. However, I don't play EQ2 since all of my friends play WoW. If several of them were to develop an interest in EQ2, then I would at the very least be playing both.I enjoy WoW quite a lot, but it doesn't do everything perfectly. Without your friends playing with you though, it's difficult to enjoy the things the other games manage to do better.
10-27-2009 @ 12:50AM
It's "per se", not "per say".
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