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10-26-2009 @ 7:47PM
The success of WoW is very much due to the idea that the whole can be greater than the sum of its parts, and that's something that is MUCH harder to improve on than having a "better" list of features. WoW is simply a good game, and it's a good game for a large number of people. WoW "conquerors" inevitably approach the competition with the idea that "our game will be WoW plus X" where 'X' might be better graphics or more PvP or more class choices or more challenging gameplay or whatever. And while they sometimes DO improve on one specific area, the product as a whole isn't as good. They focus so much on what they can add to WoW that they totally miss the mark on even matching what makes WoW great.
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