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10-26-2009 @ 7:20PM
Actually I would say so. WoW instantly had a big player base because for a long time people were waiting (yes actually waiting) for ANYTHING better than EQ. I don't however thing SWG would have done as well however, just because fantasy games tend to lend themselves to people who never play this sort of thing period, whereas sci-fi generally does not.Usually the bigger problem is that companies cannot wait. They see a cash cow, they get a game mostly there... then release it. Blizzard seems to be the first company that spent a lot of time trying to get the game as well tuned as possible. Every game that doesn't try to hold itself to this functioning standard is probably doomed from the outset.
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