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11-27-2009 @ 8:31AM
And, unless a miracle will happen, you'll be back.As are back players that said "Cya, WoW sucks, I'm going to play this new ubercool game: New decent MMORPG simply won't happen, as all the producers seem to be too short sighted to make a good game in long time. They want money *NOW* even if that means that in a couple of months their game playerbase will be 1/10th of the release day (due to bugs, classes unbalance, lack of content, grindiness, excessive resources usage, lack of communication...)SWTOR? Star Trek Online? Any other future game? To have a chance to be good and retain players, they should simply be released one year after their current announced date. In that year, with the game ready, the developers should add enough quests to allow painless leveling, enough end content to last for months, balance classes in PvE/PvP and so on.It won't happen.
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