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.
2 years later- they’re making Elder Scrolls Online. Someone up there must have read your mind
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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