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5-19-2010 @ 6:00PM
>Yes, LotRO does not have the player count that WoW does, but makes up for it with far more mature players and far fewer servers. I've never had a problem finding groups.One thing I always disliked about WoW was that the "world" never seemed that daunting. The cities and towns never really felt real (there are very few exceptions). WoW is a great game, and the world is well designed, but it lacks the immersive feel that many gaming worlds possess.<Well it's one of the things I remember hating most about LOTRO. How large it was, how much empty space I had to go through, and how much time to took to get places.Certainly there's a good bit of character in LOTRO, I won't deny that, getting to the top of Weathertop was at least interesting. But walking through Bree was not.In comparison, while WOW does not lack in its share of drag, I don't find it to be quite the same as LOTRO, AO or EQ. I just don't.As for annoying people? It's called the ignore button. Besides, what some people find annoying, others find interesting conversation to pass the time. Not like LOTRO has immunity from the bads anyway.
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