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2-14-2011 @ 11:52PM
I agree across the board with you.I'm looking forward to something with the playability of WoW, but with a different theming, atmosphere, image, etc. And as an old-school Star Wars fan, I'm glad to see it's in the world where I spent a good chunk of my childhood.Learning the lessons of WoW doesn't mean copying WoW. And Blizzard has learned plenty from their failed competition who had one or two great ideas. Saying that paying respect to success means SWTOR is just going to be a clone misses the whole point.And yeah, I'm hoping it earns my $15 a month, too, 'cause no matter how much I may enjoy Azeroth, it's been a good 5 years for me. Would rather step away for a bit while it's still good, rather than when I dumped EQ out of total disappointment.
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