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3-09-2012 @ 5:26PM
I liked the way they incorporated other games into WoW. Like PvZ or Joust. I could see them adding a few others, or perhaps open one of the tents at the DMF and plop in an arcade a la Animal Crossing. I'm not too particularly fond of that game, but I did start a house in my wife's game at her insistence and one day she told me to go play and see what she had bought for me and placed in my basement - a slew of old 8-bit game emulators set up where I could walk over and 'use' the game to play classic games like joust, etc. Using that idea, have an arcade where you can walk in and play classic games - WoW versions of Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter using WoW bosses; or games like Gauntlet or TMNT.Another idea is to use up some space that isn't being used for something already, like the cliffs on the ocean side of Icecrown (up north) and make a platformer type of game. Start a daily quest to get to a destination and turns off any ability to mount, then jump along the cliff face on platforms, avoiding obstacles to get to your destination. If you fall and die, you rez at the quest giver with no damage to your gear and no rez-sickness (like in BGs).Or yet another idea is to empty out the mobs of some caves that aren't very busy and put in a maze where you have to solve puzzles (think Tomb Raider or those games where you have to move blocks in a particular order). It could tie in to archaeology and completing the maze gives you artifacts, the faster you complete, the more artifacts.
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