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11-23-2009 @ 1:11PM
I just can't stop but think how the game would be like in 5-years from now. Would we look back and laugh at how "primitive" it looks now?God, the excitement!
11-23-2009 @ 2:22PM
You know what I love about this game? It's that you know that the Blizzard devs LOVE this game. To them it's not just an MMO that they have to put out in order for their company resume to look good or for the revenue or just because "that other company has one out, so should we". Blizzard really cares about the game and you can tell just by playing it. It's very difficult to put into words, but you can sense that there's passion and that the devs want to tell a whole lot more than what's currently in-game.I heartily congratulate and thank Blizzard for having put out this game. Not only has it provided countless hours of quality entertainment, it has also taught me the nuances of managing people, resources and schedules which has helped me in my real life. Here's hoping the end, when it does come, is just the beginning for a new adventure.
11-24-2009 @ 11:59AM
WoW's look and feel were jaw-dropping nearly ten years ago, when the reigning king of the MMO space was EQ.I still have the short videos from ECTS back in 2001, and, frankly, the game hasn't changed much... Hell, the model used for Loken was killed in a preview video back in 2002 I think it was (In arena combat, by a Tauren and an Orc if memory serves).So, while folks may say the game looks 'dated', because it's five years old, they don't realize they're looking at models and textures that are, in some cases, nearly ten years old. :)A true testament to the art direction of this game - Lok'tar Ogar Samwise, Lok'tar Ogar!
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