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TwentyFifthNovember becomes Ensidia {WoW}

Nov 25th 2008 11:07AM Side effects of Ensidia include you no longer having a life.

Honestly, if I see one more posting about these guys I am going to need a drug for nausea. Who cares?

Wyndforge releases new WoW character art {WoW}

Mar 17th 2008 8:36PM Wow Interrorator your an ass. Let's see your work hotshot. Oh that's right, you don't have any talent. Please go back to your basement apartment now.

And, I hate it when some 12 year old like you is called out and then then fall back on "I'm just concerned for him...". You're not clever enough to be concerned with anything but yourself.

Loser.

Breakfast Topic: Gearing up for the patch {WoW}

Feb 11th 2008 9:16AM Yawn. Another 25 man instance. And this one requiring Tier-6 gear. I'm sure all 50 players on my realm who will ever see it will be thrilled.

Move along, nothing to see here.

WoW Under Development page (finally) updated {WoW}

Sep 5th 2007 8:07AM @1 Words cannot express how much I can't stand people complaining about voice chat. Here are some ideas for you: (A) Listed to music and be in Vent at the same time. Sure, you can't crank up your music to ear-bleeding levels, but you can do both. I do it all the time. (B) Go play a FPS. (C) Quite your guild and solo. (D) Find a guild that doesn't use vent. See that, there are so many options other then complaining about voice chat.

Might as well face it, you're addicted to WoW {WoW}

Aug 27th 2007 6:58PM @6

Very well said. I too am tired of everything being called an addiction. What about people who golf every day? How about people who watch 24 news channels all the time? Oh, and don't even get me started on the dangers of woodworking or knitting.

This is another example of a solution trying to find a problem.

Here is my thoughts on this. It is none of your business if I choose to play WOW 2 hours a day or 10. Go bother someone else. Go take your sudoscience elsewhere.

What makes WoW succeed where others have failed? {WoW}

Jul 21st 2007 5:10PM @3 Ease of play does not mean the game is "simple" as in simple-minded. Fighting over bosses or grinding boring mobs is not challenging, it is bad design and mind numbing. Mind numbing design is what is simple. WOW is brillient in its deatil and how you are walked through the game and the seemless ease of progression. In fact they made it so easy people think anybody can do it. Trust is nobody but Blizzard has done it, so, no, not everybody can put together a game like this.

AND, FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS HOLY PLEASE STOP WITH THE WARHAMMER LOVE. You know nothing about the game. You have never played it and it is only a hope on your part at this point. Warhammer smacks of Vangurard all over again. Everyone thinks it will be perfect, and when it is not, they will trash it. (Vangaurd deserved to be trashed and Warhammer may as well. That is the point.)

Richard Bartle's famous last words {WoW}

Jul 19th 2007 8:34AM @10. Wow, the arrogance. I could care less that this guy invented text based MMOs. I don't know if you realize this, but the gaming industry has evolved, unlike this dinosaur. He smacks of being another typical academic sitting in his ivory tower making pronouncements. When he develops something that rivals World of Warcraft he can comment on it. Until then he can rest on his laurels and stop talking. The industry has passed him by.