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Submitted by stonepaintings 1024d ago | opinion piece

Top 5 features lost when City of Heroes shut down

Players are still wounded by the closure of “City of Heroes,” and even though it’s a good idea to move on, there is no harm in looking back at the features missed most from its departure. There are a lot of things to miss about the game. These are just five things, out of many, to miss about the game. Bank missions, zone events, blind auctions, and more are all something squandered. Although these features can be found in other games, they are just not the same as they were in Paragon City or the Rogue Isles. For one reason or another, the MMO genre is a little better for having experienced them in “City of Heroes” and a little worse for having lost them with its closure. (City of Heroes, PC)

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