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10-23-2011 @ 10:45PM
You'd've been fun to see in a BC heroic. Or a Cataclysm one last December or January.' I have played since the beginning of BC. I hit lvl 58 right before BC dropped. So i have been there done that already. Not hard to stay alive and pull a mob off a healer as a DPS when the tank is busy. trying to round em up as they say. and BC heroics werent hard by any means. I stopped playing WOW may of this year. the guild i was in wasn't going anywhere and i felt in the same rut i was in before cata dropped.'then why are you commenting on a game you no longer play?'. Because it pains me to see the direction the game is going. It pains me to see them mamking the game into a laughing stock. In-game PokeWOW? are you kidding me? Pandas? are you kidding me? I would rather no new races or classes and have them focus on things like making the vanilla models up to par with the cata ones. I would rather they optimize the engine to make use of dual and quad core systems. I would rather they make Trees 3d instead of having the canopy be a giant octagon thats hollow inside. Aesthetics and more raids.
10-24-2011 @ 1:40AM
Why on earth would adults care what other people think about their video game? Is your sense of maturity so fragile you need the approval of others to feel good about yourself? "Oh no, my game now has ferocious pandas, it's not as 'mature' as Call of Duty or some other grimdark game!"Not only are you not playing the game, you're basically whining about a system that is not tested, nor do we even know about the full extent of how good (or bad, to be fair) the new talent "trees" are. Ever heard of "not judging something before we know what it is"? Yeah, now's the time to practice it.
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