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12-13-2011 @ 1:23PM
I have no intention of playing the Star Wars MMO, but each of these options sound like they would be great in WoW. I don't personally care about quest text - I like to read and I feel that it engages my imagination more than just having someone talk at me, but more voices would be a good thing - especially from vendors and other non-quest giving NPCs.I also feel that WoWs cities should, well, SOUND more like cities. The music amps up, but where is the hustle and bustle? I want to feel like I'm in a city and not just a crowded area filled with players. Give me buskers, boys calling out news, the sound of carts and wagons rolling by with creaky wheels, vendors hocking goods as you walk by, barking dogs, music and laughter coming out of taverns.Out in the open I'd like to hear more wildlife - birds, insects, wind blowing, leaves rustling in the breeze, the braying of animals - and most importantly - waves lapping at the shoreline.
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