I think it speaks for itself.
I gave up on MMOs after the start of Cataclysm. I LOVED the feel and lore of Wraith of The Lich King! There was just a magical feeling about it. It was like an MMO set in Alaska with Nords and celtic themes – It was brilliant! My best memories from WoW were with friends riding around Northrend having fun and listening to the beautiful soundtrack! A MMO set in the world of Skyrim would be perfect…
Agreed, I enjoyed Wrath a lot. Probably because I loved the dwarf starting area… just felt like there was an added need for survival.
Yeah, like a balanced budget of pocket lint and peppermint candy wrappers.
We’ve got scooters!
i miss old AV…. well techincally “old old AV” (the summoning druids were still around), may be even old old old AV (when the trolls and goblins were in there).
i prefer TOR’s story experiance… shame the rest of the world is mostly (always) instanced so you only ever really see 10-20 people max.
I gave up MMOS a couple years ago. I am all for off line RPGs now. Skyrim is one of my passions now, but I am also looking back at the Might and Magic series.
When I feel like playing an MMO I get into Lord of the Rings Online. It’s pretty nice.
So I need to come up with a game with pandas and luminous retracting swords and then I win?
No, then people would have to choose between 3 games.
I wish I WAS a panda with a lightsaber… that would show them…
I have enjoyed World of Warcraft and Star Wars: The Old Republic. I can only play one at a time though, and generally I play whatever hubby plays. Right now, he is playing SW:TOR without me as I wade through the free mmo market, looking for the pearls cast with the swine. Fallen Earth is still a fun title. I have unlocked quite a bit of Wizard 101, so there are 5 character slots of fun to be had there.
I wish lint and peppermint wrappers paid for game time Oh well, there is always Minecraft!
I have long been desiring to play Pandaren. But SWTOR has my attention for now. Aside from the money, time is an equal issue. I really only have enough time to commit to one game at a time. Wasn’t even halfway through SKYRIM when SWTOR hit and ME3 is just a month out… At least I will have lots to complete in my retirement years.
I don’t think the important budget is money it’s time. I simply don’t have time to play both. (I’m playing SWTOR now.)
Both are fun but I can’t afford both to pay both game’s subscription fees AND play for hours on end in both. I have to pick and choose.
I find WoW to be more fun to play when I’m off adventuring but TOR much better when I talk to NPCs.
If only they could merge the two…
Cut the subscription price of both in half! Yay, that’d work too!
I wanted to love SW-ToR so badly, but after I got over the cool story arc thing, it just felt like the same game… I didn’t even finish out my first month before cancelling…
I got tired of the late night raids, grinding to get anything I wanted… and the end game… there wasn’t one, it never ended.
I opt now for games that are single player MMO, such as Kingdoms of Amalur… you get that big world feel, without all the annoying people.
Keep ‘em comin’! You’ve got my attention.
Werd Scott! I also gave up MMOG years ago. But selling equip on Ebay from Everquest did help get me through college better than a minimum wage job at the time! Ahh the good old days….
I have no interest in TOR, but I have Skyrim which I have barely touched, if I get this job as a security guard, I might be playing more since I will not have internet on the job.
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