Jan 7th 2012 12:44PM people are still hating on Galaxies after they left 7 years ago and the game closed down.
Dec 19th 2011 2:28AM @Tizmah
I've read Miffy's post three times. Still can't see a single line where SWG was mentioned much less any claims of being better.
Dec 14th 2011 10:13AM An Imperial Agent who is trying to reform the empire.
Dec 13th 2011 9:17AM I would go on a cross middle earth drinking binge stopping at every inn in the game.
Dec 4th 2011 10:16PM @(Unverified)
Why the hostility, JuliusSeizure was asking a question. They didn't imply being upset, only curious.
Not once were they complaining about WoW or bashing it. You are the one showing contempt. In this case contempt for any question that you perceive as bashing a game you may love. As such, the problem seems to be on your end.
Oct 21st 2011 12:28AM @Felnor
So only people who go into this expecting to like it should review it? Seems like a bad way to get different opinions and points of view. I'm sure there are plenty of reviews by journalists with EA advertising contracts that you can read.
Oct 21st 2011 12:26AM You know what has bothered me a bit? Basic ship interiors/functions.
The ships purpose/design is almost exactly like KOTOR/KOTOR II/Mass Effect/Mass Effect II.
I know if something works don't change it, but damn, you could at least spice it up a bit more. Maybe add some new things.
Hell, being on my ship is my least favorite part of the game.
Oct 21st 2011 12:22AM @(Unverified) Yeah, but all those side quests which are the exact same side quests for all 4 classes per side don't change.
Oct 17th 2011 9:40PM @Jwheeler
VS beta people spoiling the stories on day one of release. Really not much of a difference. If they have really limited opening day sales, then those who can't play opening day still face this problem. If the stories are the make and break of this game, then what happens once you experience the stories you want to see?
Oct 9th 2011 4:56PM @Bladerunner83
Wikipedia is not a credible source by itself. But it is a great jumping off point if you bother to follow the notes. People who automatically dismiss a wikipedia entry as completely without merit are missing a great source to begin research.
I never said they didn't make a lot of money. In fact I did say they made a lot of money. I just pointed out how you got your figure was wrong based on differing methods of payment. The differing payment methods are actually pretty common knowledge. Wikipedia was just a quick source. I'm really not inclined to find wow.com articles or such about it.
Charging by the hour is not always as profitable as you believe. Someone could by a 60 hour time card and take 2 months to use it. If that time card equals 10 dollars then they got 10 dollars for two months of play.
Your speculation was wrong, and your speculation was not about the 15 dollar fee. You were actually pretty solid in that idea. You can dismiss the wiki all you want, but in this case the information was derived from blizzards own sites. The wiki links to them. Never dismiss a resource without seeing where that resource gets it's info. I might use wikipedia, but I always check their sources.