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2-07-2012 @ 6:54PM
@ Skarn - The part I find amusing (or infuriating, depending on the person) is the people who want to raise their "SWTOR SUCKS" banner and bash the game to no end . . . but haven't played it. So far, I think the loudest critics of the game are simply people who logged in expecting a quick jaunt to end game and raiding and, upon (God forbid) being forced to watch a cutscene and make a decision, promptly unsubbed. There are definitely problems with the game, but none that I would classify as anything more than quality of life issues that someone at Bioware didn't think were particularly important. The ability to scale your UI, the fact that you can't bind your NumPad seperately from your 1-9 keys, clicking on nameplates, etc. They're certainly not game killing problems though. Likewise, there are some things in SWTOR that I would LOVE to see Blizzard implement into WoW. AoE looting, for example. It's a good game, regardless of what the haters say. Time will tell how subscription numbers hold up, but I'm glad I bought my copy.
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