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7-17-2010 @ 9:02AM
Why does no one talk about Dragon Age? I mean... it's not an MMO... but... still...
7-17-2010 @ 9:38AM
You must have missed when it first came out and it seemed like the majority of the WoW.com staff was playing it. You'd often see a WRUP filled with "Playing Dragon Age this weekend." It's a good game, so no surprise there, though I expected something different out of it compared to previous Bioware games. I didn't enjoy that they offered substantial perks in the game for extra real life money, that aspect turned me off for one. It's a great business model mind you, but I don't feel like buying all these pieces of content to experience a game fully; I like making a purchase and being done with it.
7-17-2010 @ 9:52AM
I personally cannot stand Dragon Age. I have nothing against the game itself as in the gameplay or whatever. But when it came out, advertising for it was EVERYWHERE. Every single commercial break had a Dragon Age commercial. Every game website had banners for it. Even WoWWIki was plastered in advertisements. Once I had a banner ad that dropped down from the top, and several ads for it on one page, I said that's it. I would never get that game. Advertising until you piss me off makes me not want to buy the game. That, and the ridiculous DLC pricing is also stupid.Oh, and it's probable that Star Trek Online is going free to play. I hear it's pretty bad, and going free to play so soon probably backs that up. As a huge Trekkie this makes me sad, but at least you don't have to pay for a broken, half-finished game.
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