Mar 5th 2007 11:50PM How is WoW's contributions not as important as the others that topped the list?
WoW has really set the stage on the future of online gaming and helping the realization of that extremely huge market.
It has really expanded on the impact of social networking and in my opinion has taken it to the extreme.
We have YouTube, Myspace but WoW is the one that really has built a huge dedicated community by bringing in the technology needed to acheive it.
Yes it does have ways to go but it has really opened up the doors to the future of the internet and shows us the way it is going.
I still don't even think Blizzard really has any idea how much power they have and can tap in to.
Oct 29th 2006 1:37AM My first character was a NE Hunter. They way I chose it was simple....I just said that looks cool.
I still have that character today and it is level 52. My main character is a Horde (For The Horde!) Tauren Warrior which is 60.
I still play the NE hunter sometimes but can't seem to really get into playing it for long periods of time.
My warrior is much better.
Oct 29th 2006 1:30AM All I can say is.....oh my....
That is one of the reasons that I tend to avoid the main community forums...
Oct 14th 2006 6:27PM I don't really see what the big deal is. I know if I had one I would probably sell it.
Like someone said earlier supply and demand at its finest. Besides if you were not going to be using the beta key anyway I don't see how you not playing the beta would help Blizzard test it out.
It seems to me that someone that would pay for a beta key would want to get their money worth and they probably end up playing for many many hours which in turn helps Blizzard test out the expansion which is the whole goal of giving out beta keys anyway.
My 2 cents.
Aug 3rd 2006 12:37PM Playing horde, I haven't really ran too much across this. On occasion, yes and we would get wiped out extremely fast, but the alliance on my server has problems with this all the time.
How do I know that?
Simple, we kick their butt extremely fast!