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Submitted by idsanty 174d ago | video

What’s Changed in WoW Since You Last Played

Yami from Twinfinite writes: "If you’re like me and haven’t played since “back in the day,” you’d be surprised exactly how much our beloved WoW has changed." (PC, World of Warcraft)

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StockpileTom  +   174d ago
The most significant change for me since the last time I played is that I am not playing it. Outdated UI, control scheme, and mechanics...
Ultr  +   174d ago
Been like...5 years. Bought the PS3 in exchange for stoping with WoW. Never looked back
annus  +   174d ago
What's wrong with the control scheme? I much prefer it to the normal games of about 5 different abilities.

I simply got over the game because it got boring and easy as crap. Every raid felt like most bosses were just standing still.
Volkama  +   174d ago
But bosses got more complicated and stood still less. That isn't my opinion, it is quantifiable fact.

WoW is terrible (that is my opinion), just not for the reason you said :-)
Baka-akaB  +   174d ago
The most significant part to me is how they kept crapping on the mythos to accomodate the mmo and its need for land expansion , among other things
Geekman  +   174d ago
I found out that there were people who hadn't moved on to Minecraft. (@#$% Minecraft. WoW is much better, though both are good.)
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yeahokchief  +   174d ago
ehhh... just let it die already

$180 per year ontop of the yearly expansions and stuff you'll buy in game is a horrible deal for players. i can't believe people still play this with such an outdated pricing scheme. total ripoff.

You could spend $50 on a PS+ subscription and get multiple new games every week.

Who are the people who still play this game and why do you still play it? They pretty much killed all the challenge associated with seeing new content in Lich King. That's when i stopped. Felt like a dated, handholding snoozefest made solely to line koticks pocket's with more money because he doesn't already have enough.

I honestly can't believe millions still play this. I think they must be exaggerating their numbers somehow like people who create an account for only a few days or bots being being counted or something.
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xX-StolenSoul-Xx  +   174d ago
What's changed is that I am now engaged and don't have enough time to make the game worth it if i've played. Also I think Last time i touched the game was in 05. I still play MMOS just more casual ones. DCUO is a good example I love action mmos

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