I think warz is done for after the mess this week. I like the idea of chained quest that unlock other quests, we already have that in eq2.
@I_Return One Day!
Always love watching ur videos and reviews on games , good work .
Hope u get into beta soon and they let u do a full review on it , its a great game !
Great episode. I share many of your 2 feelings on the games talked about. My thought on WoW has always been a 3rd break away faction, but they chose pandas :( WoW was not my first MMO but definately one I stayed with the longest. SWTOR has been a big dissapointment for me. I played the alpha and beta, enjoyed the quests. I played the (so called) F2P and found way toooooo many nickel and diming for basic features even. Right now I am in MMO limbo. I play GW2 and pop in and out of other ones, but nothing has grabbed my attention like WoW vanilla did.
Oh well.... keep on keeping on ! Love the show.
AV gets a bad Rap because they BLATENTLY LIE to its customers. I think they realize this and they have been super cool devs and being very active in Beta forums.
The game is not even remotely close to being finished, They knew this, this was the plan all along. They were just lieing and building vaper hype.
With that said, It is still the only game on the market worth playing, so all of the fans are going to play it no matter what. I think they know this.
Grakulen +1( x10 at least) for the people who yapping about combat
"I don't play mmo's to be fighter. If I did I would go play Tekken"
awesome line :)
You mentioned it a little bit, but WoW's number one and two strength is that if you have an internet connection and a computer, you can play it pretty much, and there are so many people playing it.
I had an 11 year old Dell Dimension 8200 (it finally shorted out and burned up the motherboard). It ran WoW perfectly fine up til the day it died. WoW didn't even actually kill it, it did it while starting up hehe.
I have a Horde emblem sticker on the corner of my back window, and I get people all the time mentioning that they play wow too. Just random strangers, noticing a small 6" by 4" emblem, and a whole conversation starts up. I also have a WoW skin for my laptop, and I've had alot of people notice it too. It's nice to be out in the world and someone comes upto you and wants to talk MMOs with you. I don't even live in a big city (Austin Area, ATX yeah!). I could just imagine if I lived in LA or NYC or even Dallas. Some of my best friends started with noticing my horde emblem on my car, or the skin on my lap top (or horde emblem I had on my old laptop).
Also mentioned, probably it's 3rd best strenght is the lore. I do get that nostalgia feeling when I play WoW. I can remember poking peons til they yell at me to stop...then abrubtly sending them to get slaughtered by alliance mwuahahaha. Unlike other games (DAoC, Ashen Empires, EQ) that I've gone back to, that nostalgia fades over time. It might be a week, sometimes a few months, but it does fade. Other than sometimes in Cataclysm, in WoW, that nostalgic feeling never fades. I get a quest to mark some goat turds on a mountain for the 10th time on an alt, and I still laugh at it...and say to myself "Another poo quest...I love you blizzard!" No other MMO does that to me, and only a few games ever do (Zelda, Mario, Donkey Kong (yeah I'm a nintendo nerd lol) Elder Scrolls, Gran Turismo).
Holy crap, Bill! Your Walken impression is freaking awesome!
Okay... a challenge, by way of a request... or vice versa....
Do a future edition of MMOFTW entirely in your Christopher Walken impression. That would be EPIC.
TangentPoint, I think he has done a Walken-voiced episode.
Was like episode two or three of MMOFTW not MMOFTW - Live.
It was hilarious and I'll admit, I was impressed.
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