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3-09-2012 @ 12:38AM
Here's some food for thought:About seven months ago, I decided to recheck out the game that really got me into the MMO Scene, Ragnarok Online.It was, at the time, a very fun game and I had experienced only a small portion (the grind was difficult, to say the least) and I wanted to come back as an older, more experienced individual....I was unpleasantly surprised that the core mechanics presented were wholly untouched, with the only improvements towards easier leveling and more content.Yet, the entire combat system felt like the same old piece of crap that I left for WoW so many years ago. Things were not implemented that had been there for 6-8 years, the system was still flawed, and overall, the game felt stagnate.I'm sure the player base of RO would vehemently defend it, but compared to WoW, the constant change really does prevent stagnation. It's why we come back with each new patch, each new expansion, and still play: You will not be bored.
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