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1-19-2010 @ 8:04AM
1-19-2010 @ 9:44AM
Please god yes I would even upgrade my shitty computer if they introduced new character models. I still remember back in Everquest days I quit for a few months then they added the choice of being able to choose whether you wanted the newer models or the older models. I came back instantly. Blizzard needs to take notice to this idea that was implemented and done 8yrs ago. They wouldn't have to worry about losing a huge portion of their subscribers since if they want to keep the current models rather than upgrade their computer they'd have the choice, but for those who wish for newer models and have new computers or upgrade/customize their computers will simply be able to check off which races/all races model upgrades in the interface option or visual. I really see no flaw in this method other than blizzard/activision having to spend some money to implement it. Plus what greather time to do this than the release of Cataclysm? The whole world is getting renewed and upgraded graphics wise, why not the characters? I swear I'd do anything to change the trolls to make them look less than sticks omg armor models suck for trolls, been a raiding troll hunter since 1.10 and I cant stand it! lol.RISE UP MY BROTHERS DEMAND IT!!!!!!!
1-19-2010 @ 2:46PM
"Or is the fact that they're being beat out by a bunch of a bricks a good benchmark for a graphics upgrade? "YESGraphics is one of the top few reasons why i can't get my FPS playing friends to give WoW a try. :(
1-20-2010 @ 6:44AM
"Graphics is one of the top few reasons why i can't get my FPS playing friends to give WoW a try. :("Then you have some amazingly shallow friends. Yet we're better off without them--would you want to Pug with someone who's only there to see the pretty colors?
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