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2-17-2012 @ 1:44PM
I found over the years that the comments coming from people around me were the best indicators of hardcore or casual involvment in the game. And by people ... I mean friends, family and coworkers who do not play WoW. Citizens of Azeroth are (I think) sometimes a bit biased when its time to measure gaming time.If my wife and kids complain (and they are usually very good with my gaming hobby), I most likely commited myself too much to the game. Personnaly, I rarely met a hardcore raider (in real life) who did not get a fair share of negative comments from their surroundings about the time spent in the game. It would be a useful topic, if WoW Insider could find a recent research that is unbiased on the gaming habits of the WoW Community. My bet would be that for many of us, it would be an eye opener.
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