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11-27-2009 @ 9:21AM
"And, unless a miracle will happen, you'll be back.""The game that is gonna kill WoW after aion, warhammer online, guild wars and many, many others... It just won't happens."It's fair to mention that WoW has had over it's lifespan substantially more players than it has now... Wasn't there an interview a few weeks back that said that they've had a total of some 40 million people who played the game and left, never to return? 10 Million subscriptions is a lot. But that doesn't mean people haven't left WoW and never returned.WoW is just really good at gaining more new players than it loses.No game has to kill WoW, and personally I could care less if the game I'm playing has the largest playerbase? What does that matter when it's spread across numerous servers? you don't get to play with the majority of the playerbase anyway.For me, with the way WoW has been heading for the duration of WotLK, I'm going to move on to FFXIV when it is released. I used to play FFXI, enjoyed it greatly. Blizzard took most of the fun out of tanking, and I've been going through the motions for a year now, hoping that the game will get more interesting again. Yet I log on less and less.I reckon, when FFXIV finally comes out, I'll just stop logging into WoW all together, and that's it.
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