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11-17-2011 @ 11:27AM
Most gamers seem to wildly overestimate the skillset of the average WoW player, or the average human for that matter. Outside of a few select sports-like players, most people are not seeking a competitive challenge in an online game, and they're not going to volunteer for public embarrassment (wiping due to learning the ropes) in an isolated environment.Raiding is the problem. Raiding has ALWAYS been the problem, since EverQuest.Is it entitlement to want to see something other than sports-like, competitive play in the world's biggest themepark MMO? Something substantial -- not more mini-pets or mini-games.How can we have a sense of entitlement about the game, when the most 'important' aspect of the game is something we have no interest in doing?
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