Recently, several members of the World of Warcraft development team took time to elaborate on itemization changes coming to the MMO's next expansion, Cataclysm.
I lost interest in WoW 2 years ago. The casuals can have it.
let the casuals have it? you call WoW casual yet you probably love MW2. its a deeper game than all of hte AAA games coming out. Not saying that those games arent awesome but come on. just because wow is extremely popular people started hating it. its popular for a reason. its not a tedious slow grinding experience like FFXI and its not boring to look at like LoTRO. What about eve online where you can sit in the same spot for hours not accomplishing much at all. the casuals you talk about are now crawling all over MW2 and mass effect 2
Actually, I don't like MW2. I don't own it, nor do I plan to give Infinity Ward or any company that shafts PC gamers any of my money. WoW WAS good, and it WAS a challenge, now it is boring, and it is EASY MODE. This is my opinion obviously, but I'm not the only one who thinks this. Blizzard is catering to the masses, and the masses want the game to be easier. Just look at all the changes they have made and tell me they aren't, and I'll show you a liar.
Its hilarious how WoW news stories always get high temperature on here yet nobody comments on it. someones interested in it they just dont want to admit it, they might not look cool, you apparent wow haters are going to be all over blizzards new mmo even though its more than likely going to be a carbon copy of WoW gameplay wise
From what i have read... Blizz thinks the FANTASY world mmos are over done. They plan on Milking wow for many years. Many more expansions. From what i have Read... Blizz next MMO will be FPS future space/ they there only Competition will be ? the 3 Stars.. Wars /Trek / Gate hmm well EvE too i guess.. if its like planet side with better worlds i could see it working well.
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