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9-01-2011 @ 12:43AM
@Bellajtok I totally agree with you. Being a late-end Wrath baby, and a very infrequent player, although enthusiastic about the game, I regret all the older events and play style of WoW I never got to experience.It's like that for a lot of MMO's huh? Either something really cool happened in game/the game used to have a constant, super-cool society.I remember in Runescape, I played everyday for years, enjoying socializing with random people, meeting weirdos, and organizing RP events (not/lore based)Then one day, about 2/3 years later I went back to the game, and realized, from a GAME point of view, how much it sucked. You moved by clicking for Pete's sake.WoW is a little different. The game is GOOD. VERY good. But at the end of the day, it is what it is, a MMORPG: Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing GameTo me, it seems like WoW these days, is barely acheiving the Massive, Role Playing parts, and the Multiplayer is at a bare minimum. Specific stories may apply, but things seem socially dead besides hanging out ONLY with friends IF they're on. I re-skimmed my post. I may be exaggerating a bit, but I'm not wrong when I say that things WoW are sort of in a decline. Its not a bad thing, WoW is big enough to pull itself out, but theres a reason Runescape servers tend to only number 300-700 these days instead of the days when it was constantly 600-1000, and theres a reason WoW recently plunged almost a million subscribers...On that depressing note, I still like the game and think it provides quality entertainment, but I think it does need to incorporate more interesting, social, RP events that make it stand out in my mind, instead of staying as "just another game I play"
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