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Submitted by pamkhat 1262d ago | article

Opinion: Open world blues

MMO Examiner says: "A large amount of people hate the pick-up-and-play vibe while in an MMO. They complain about dungeon finders, they complain about queues, and some will even complain about portal travel. For example, there were a number of gamers that supported the portal removal for World of Warcraft’s Cataclysm (they are back now, though). I’m so far away from sharing this opinion that I can’t even see those folks over in inconvenience-ville." (PC, Rift, Vindictus, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm)

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