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3-14-2011 @ 11:58AM
"We killed the ultimate villian and now it's like "hey, look, an evil dragon!" It feels artificial and not as interesting. In a lot of ways, I'm starting to feel like WoW ended for me when the Lich King hit the ground for that final time."I think a lot of people feel the same way.@N-train - also completely agree that people are jaded. I know I got jaded for sure. Combine that with the culmination of one of the most epic story lines in fantasy fiction ever, it's hard for some to keep the motivation to continue playing wow.@Original Letter Writer:Rift is a great game, no doubt. It's talent system absolutely blows wow out of the water right now, although some would disagree. It has a great story behind it too, for both factions. It isn't perfect though, and where blizzard has proved themselves by making their MMO more accessible, many other MMO companies have failed. Early returns are favorable for Rift in terms of the staying power, but Trion will have to at least match wow's content updates to continue to keep this buzz going. I think it would be a good thing to keep one anchor in WOW in case Rift ends up taking a turn for the worse, or just becomes old hat sooner than you think.
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