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2-07-2011 @ 1:21PM
To be honest, I am vaguely interested in hearing about RIFT.. I have been playing WoW since vanilla launch and to be quite frank, it is starting to get painfully boring. Not a whole lot has changed REALLY.. it still mostly consists of "Go kill this" or "Go talk to so-and-so" quests. Sure they may have changed since Cata hit, but it still boils down to the same game.Now a diversion that is very familiar in the way it plays, but different in a lot of other aspects sounds like something that could be interesting to do when I have one of my "Bored of WoW" spells (which sadly are becoming more and more frequent) and it seems this game is shaping up to be a pretty viable alternative to World of Warcraft. Will it kill WoW. No. Wow is WAY ahead in so many development aspects that I am sure that at best even IF RIFT becomes legitimate competition and looks to be capable of actually killing WoW, that can only be a good thing as it will knock Blizzard out of their complacency and the competition will jolt them in to producing an even better game maybe even changing WoW's ageing Engine.Way I see it. RIFT isnt a bad thing by any means.
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