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10-26-2009 @ 5:15PM
Well, I think it's just all the little improvements over the years that have kept people playing. At this point, it would cost too much money to make a game with as much polish as WoW. Other companies don't have the time to implement all the little interface things and gameplay options in WoW. They have to focus on PvP or PvE, or some other gameplay aspect, making it better than how WoW does it. Aion works here because it can fill the world PvP niche that's been missing in WoW for so long.WoW seems to be slowing down to me though. After every expansion, the active players seem to go down to pre-expansion levels. It's still successful and many people still pay, but they are not very active in the game. They just keep their subscription going for the occasional fun night in WoW. Another game could come and take over, but it would be slowly over time. Maybe this imaginary game starts out just PvE, then adds a little PvP, then adds good interface customization, etc.
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