Aug 2nd 2011 4:40PM I haven't played in 3 months or so since the game went to full hardcore raid or die attitude. I still check wow insider every now and then to see if anything has changed with wow. But so far it has adopted with this expansion raid or die mentality.
Jul 21st 2011 2:10AM that's the problem not many of them can. This game is their life. And them getting banned was the end of their world. And for a lot of them they think Swifty or swisel or whatever he chooses to call himself he thinks he's some kind of hero. he's really no one. He didn't cure cancer. He isn't protesting for human rights or the exploitation of minors or the inhuman treatment of animals or anything like that.
Jul 20th 2011 1:49AM he really should have stayed banned him and all of his followers. he plays a video game and he violated the rules. Period. Players like him are one of the reasons why I turned my back on this game once and for all a month and a half ago. They think they can do anything in this game and then threaten to do whatever or get hordes of players to do whatever just so they get their way. Its why the game is on its way down further to douchebagville.
Jul 9th 2011 11:49AM I canceled my account. cataclysm was it for me. 4.2 turned me off completely. For the most part what did it I guess was I thought all the tier 11 pieces were going to be available from the vendor for justice points and I was planning on getting them so I could catch up with my guild mates who are all better geared than me but oh well.
There's like two pieces blizzard didn't put in as available unless you have the tokens. With me starting school in august I just don't have the flexible schedule to raid four hours a night and now that 4.2 is out no one on my server is doing the old raids anymore for tier 11 everyone is doing firelands content so that pretty much screws me over.
And yes before anyone trolls me yes I'm a casual raider. The only expansion I didn't get left behind and didn't get to see content was wrath of the lich king because I was able to keep pace with everyone. I did love burning crusade though better than this one. The heroics were far more interesting.
Jul 9th 2011 11:32AM I don't play wow anymore but I still read these articles from time to time and you are correct Steve-o. The united states does seem to enjoy putting people in prison especially here in texas. They love arresting people and executing them. The term proud to be an american doesn't really mean much anymore when we have the political figures and the super wealthy in our country running ou country to benefit themselves and not our country as a whole. No wonder every other nation on earth is laughing at us.
Jun 10th 2011 7:51PM Your right. Just look at how the wow community nerd rages if you criticize anything the developers do to wow that might make everything more accessible for everyone. The fanboys set themselves on fire and run into the village square.
Jun 10th 2011 7:46PM That was supposed to read Bobby & Co.
Jun 10th 2011 10:43AM So I guess if I don't accept everything that Bobby Co feed me on a spoon I'm no good is that right? Tell me something stranger. How is that slippery slope you and Bobby are sitting on rocking back and forth?
Jun 10th 2011 10:19AM wow you really are sucking blizzard's sack huh? If your such a fanboy why don't you go work for them?
Jun 10th 2011 10:11AM Rift is not a bad game at all actually. I very much enjoyed the demo trial and beta I was a part of. The only thing I hated was the wow kids coming over there to trash the game because they were just trying to make the game fail because it threatened wow. and if its true that it has 2 million subs; just imagine when The Old Republic comes out. 600k subs were nothing. Blizzard won't just be ripe for the taking. Wow will be like a village being raped and pillaged.