Apr 23rd 2009 8:46AM Keyloggers record when you enter your password to the client.
Mar 10th 2009 8:44PM Yes because playing a game with an avatar changing clothes the more you play is so different than playing with dolls.
Mar 10th 2009 3:58PM If you don't see the point then why would you quit?
Mar 5th 2009 8:42PM Wow was one dude actually crying
Feb 28th 2009 4:59PM Copying and pasting your whining again I see.
Feb 27th 2009 2:14PM That is how I am, been playing four years now and three months after this expansion I got really burnt out. Instead of trying to find a way to make the game fun again I canceled my subscription.
Friends were like "wtf" and I told them why should I pay if I don't feel like playing, if I come back I come back if not oh well.
Feb 25th 2009 12:45PM I think all Blizzard is going to say is "use the in game loot system".
Feb 22nd 2009 8:35AM I think Blizzard made the game better with the changes. Compared to when I first played the game at launch and raided 40 man content upto AQ40, yes it was challenging back then but people in my guild got burnt out quickly and we were replacing people every few weeks.
Now Blizzard wants their content to actually be used by the majority and even now I seriously doubt the majority is seeing it just a greater percentage compared to ever before which is a good thing.
If anything just make the 25 man versions a lot harder so the "hardcore" players get their challenge. But I think what the hard cores want is exclusivity to dungeons to see and do things others cannot. Me? my guild only can raid two nights a week because most of them can only get on for two hours max after 9pm due to young children, we are only half way through Naxx but having fun which is a point of video games.
Based on our progression I would assume we would clear content soon after the release of the next batch of dungeons meaning we will have stuff to do all the way through to the next expansion which is what I think is Blizzard's intention.
Feb 21st 2009 10:26AM Yup exactly I spent a year in Iraq in 2004 and guys/gals in my Guard unit like to look back fondly sometimes. Until I remind them how fracking hot it was during the summer, filling sandbags, etc, etc.
Anyways the old 40 man days was a recruiting nightmare. People would get geared up get burnt out, we had to replace them. We always had to do older raids to help gear up some replacements, etc, ugh.