I think it’s safe to say that Carbine’s WildStar will not be as divisive of a game as Elder Scrolls Online has been. But earlier this week, I and some other team members here at MMORPG were trying to guess just where the game would land in terms of critical acclaim. We were pretty evenly divided into two camps. One side believes that WildStar will sit in the 80s because, despite its old-hat questing, it’s still a very fun and polished game hitting all of the check-list areas of what a theme park MMO should have. The other side of the argument thinks that Carbine’s freshman game will fall somewhere in the mid-70s due to backlash that other recent MMO releases have been receiving. Let’s dig a bit deeper into both sides of the discussion.
Read the rest of Bill Murphy's WildStar: Gauging the Critical Reception
Everyone will agree... the Chua rule.