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7-19-2010 @ 9:55AM
And now I can't stop seeing MMORPG as girlfriends.Ah, City of Heroes was my first she and I had a nice long relationship, but near the end she and could tell we just weren't meant to be. That's when I started dating WoW and she found other players and expansions. We still talk from time to time, but I know it'll never be like it was.WoW's been good to me. Good social interactions, fun quests, great friends, wonderful storyline. Seems like she has it all. It's not like we haven't had our fights and I admit that in our sore times I turned back to CoH's younger half-sister, Champions Online and their cousin Star Trek Online. Sure, there was that flash and glitz, but they just reminded me of what drove me up the wall about CoH ((none of my friends played)).I could go on, but this is getting disturbing in my mind.When I'm a bit burned on my main in WoW, I turn to my lowbie RP Tauren Hunter. My first horde and my first hunter. he's been fun so far (and my pet wolf is so cute!)When burned on MMOs in general, I've been firing up Transformers: War for Cybertron. It took them 25 years, but they finally made a really good Transformers game! And it's hard as all heck!
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