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BlazeDaily

BlazeDaily

Male, 25 years old, lives in Riverview

BlazeDaily is now following Ayane9, Phixion, Hildegard and Enigma.
BlazeDaily

Slayin monsters n' rippin hoots for a few hours, reppin kingdoms of amalur

BlazeDaily

Has anyone else come to the conclusion that WoW just may not be worth your time and money anymore? Not dissing or anything, for some people it's the perfect mmo, but i've been playing since vanilla and I can say my experiance went downhill from the burning crusade, and it just seems that now a days theres just no adventure you throw yourself into queue and you slay the highest tier boss available. I for one miss the epic journey the world of warcraft once entailed, looking at the best player of your class on the server full of shining epics just wishing to one day make it to the big leagues, idk, I just wanted to put in my 2 cents about a game I used to love, what do you guys think?, signed yours truely 350 days played and reminiscing

Phixion
  • Jan 10, 2013, 5:19:55 PM
Phixion

its funny to think though if they released vanilla now - ppl prob wouldn't play it - or a lot of people wouldn't anyway because gamers are lazy these days - its why when things like GW2 and SWTOR come out people are just like "sod it i'll just go back to wow" because wow's had so much time to work out what the masses want - back then we didn't have much choice, like it or lump it!

Shase
  • Jan 10, 2013, 5:35:07 PM
Shase

Eh, minus the nostalgia goggles, Vanila was pretty damn awful when you look back, TBC was almost as bad, and WOTLK nose dived for S5 PvP wise, rallied for S7 to make it bearable and then died again. WoW from gameplay alone has never been enough to keep anyone playing past their first year(if that). The game has always been about the enjoyment of playing with people you enjoy playing with and the social aspects of the game. Yes the game has got easier, and if it was still a new game it would be brilliant, it's just people are getting worn out as a community by the game, and now even the social aspects aren't much to stick around for. WoW itself has lived up to itself in gameplay, but for a guy like myself who has played this game mostly for the PvP aspect since 2005, if you don't have a good community of friends/players to have fun on the game with, then in my opinion WoW is not worth the money or time anymore, just as earlier expansions have been.

Cheesecake
  • Jan 10, 2013, 9:49:35 PM
Cheesecake

I havn't played wow very long (since 4.1) but my view on the whole thing is people have become to smart for the game. You can't rock up to a raid in say Destro spec as a lock, because everyone has done all the theory crafting to show that Aff is by far the best. Casual Raiders go into fights after watching a few youtube guides or doing LFR. To me this seems like it is killing the enjoyment, adventure and immersion aspects of the game. The other major problem is the lack of prestige in titles/gear these days, things are too accessible for people.

BlazeDaily

Shame really, from the videos I watched it looked like it could of been addictive

BlazeDaily

Hey guys! Hope i'm not the only casual happy wars player on Anook!!

BlazeDaily is now following Happy Wars !.
BlazeDaily

Woah! Sooo looking forward to this!!!!! Once I started playing I had the same thought as I did with skyrim "Man i'm gonna hate when this becomes another one of my overplayed rpgs" buuut srsly i'm looking forward to this!!! Anyone got any info/vids?

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BlazeDaily

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