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1-07-2010 @ 9:15PM
Terrible answer to the Oculus question. You write 3 long paragraphs and fail to mention the unpopularity of vehicles in WoW in general? While the answer is not necessarily false it is most definately incomplete. While I'm sure there are people who don't like the Oculus because of what you've mentionned I would say that most people dislike Oculus mostly because of those damn clunky stupid "vehicle" fights.I did NOT level from 1 to 80, learning all the details of my class so that a dungeon can remove all those options from me and force me to use a simple set of 3 new abilities that have absolutely NOTHING to do with the class I chose... I'm sorry but I just don't see anything fun about that. Add to that that the "vehicle" mechanic in WoW is probably one of the worst programmed vehicle system I've seen in any game so far...NOT FUN! (to me)
1-07-2010 @ 9:56PM
This. Forced vehicle combat. No thanks = Unpopular dungeon
1-08-2010 @ 3:48PM
Agreed 1000% regarding vehicle combat. I like the idea in something like Wintergrasp, or as part of a (hopefully optional) quest-line, etc., for those who actually like it, but I'd greatly prefer to just play my character.This is why I hate getting OCC. It's not the time or the difficulty or anything else, it's having to fight on that stupid drake with 2 and a half spam abilities. I understand that others may like to mix it up and may really enjoy vehicle combat, but it's just not for me in this context. If I get bored with my toon, I just go play an alt (or something else for awhile).
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