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4-26-2011 @ 2:33PM
It will be interesting to see whether SWTOR is going to sustain interest or whether it will be like WAR... lots of pregame hype, then a quick collapse.I admit interest in the game, but I wonder if it will be sustained as I can only really afford one subscription right now.
4-26-2011 @ 2:56PM
I'm in the same, er, boat with you. I have friends who have already suspended their WoW subs in anticipation of ToR, and it makes me a sad, lonely Hunter.Oh wait. I was that before they quit...Anyway. Yeah. THIS.
4-26-2011 @ 3:27PM
I have a number of friends who are interested in SWTOR and have been following its development. I don't have any real interest in the game, as I was never particularly interested in the Star Wars universe, but based on what I've seen, I believe that it will become the biggest competitor to WoW. I still remember being blown away by the videos they showed at E3 last year. Not actual gameplay, mind you, but the quality of the videos really showed you that they weren't messing around with promotion.My belief is that any competition is good for the genre as a whole. I hope for their success, so long as they don't kill my guild or dry up the player base of my low-pop server.
4-26-2011 @ 4:08PM
I'm in the same boat as BB. Pretty much all of my friends are holding out hope that SWTOR will be the game to pull them away from WoW for good. They send links to the videos, talk about the beta, stuff like that. I'm not a big Star Wars fan--I'll watch the movies, but I no nothing about the universe or it's characters beyond what I've seen in the movies.I'd love to see some competition in the genre. I'm hoping the more selection will help to restore some sense of community that seems to be missing from WoW right now.
4-26-2011 @ 6:12PM
It's Star Wars made by Bioware.I'll only be surprised if it DOESN'T succeed.
4-26-2011 @ 11:54PM
Personally I am looking more towards guild wars 2 but a large number of friends and guild mates are planning on playing ToR.
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