Gamer Euphoria writes:
''My time with MMO’s has been and gone. The magic I discovered in World of Warcraft, back in 2004, was virtually untouchable for years. I had tried various MMO’s from Warhammer to Aion and even a few of the more obscure free to play MMO’s that seem to all include some form of kitten girls. All of the MMO’s I tried left me feeling rather bored, unsatisfied and questioning if I should have just gone back to World of Warcraft. Everything paled in comparison to Blizzard’s juggernaut.
Bioware’s glimpse of hope in Star Wars: The Old Republic turned out to be something of a flat experience, but in late August a new face appeared on the block. It wasn’t marketed as the ‘WoW killer,’ that many other MMO’s had claimed to be and it wasn’t trying to be the next WoW, instead it was trying to create its own impact. Guild Wars 2 arrived and thus the beginning of a beautiful relationship came to be.''