Who is John Galt?
There's lots of big budget games coming out at the minute. It'd be pointless trying to compete with them so I guess we'll see some information late November, early December but only snippets. They'll hold off while the SWTOR hype machine gets plastered everywhere then after it's launch I think they'll gradually crank it up. When the exact release would be I don't think anyone knows but I'd go Feb/March because that's where the gap will be in terms of players getting through SWTOR content and before MoP.
I kinda agree with the OP, most the information out there is gathered from demo videos.
April release has been thrown around a lot.
I remember playing Age of Conan and global chat would be filled with WoW trolls and naysayers. Personally, I loved the game. In the case of Guild Wars 2, you can expect something like this "Let's try and find the flaws in this WoW clone! hee hee hee, ha ha ha!"...1 hour of gameplay passes..."HOLY SHIT! THIS GAME IS AWESOME!"
Guild Wars 2 is going to be awesome, and I honestly believe that the WoW community will adjust to it very snugly.
Guild wars tew
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Actually, the bigger part of the MMO-community consists of WoW-players..I'm pretty sure most of the lovely people posting in this forum, have played/still play WOW. I know I do, and I always will. It's good to not be narrowminded when it comes to music, movies, people and MMOS...*I r deep*
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Why people want Classic back; In Classic, you'd be considered a winner and a "hardcore" simply by reaching max level, having a few pieces epic gear and being able to stand the horrible logistics demands.
Today, you need actual gameplay skills to get somewhere worth mentioning. So much class theorycrafting, awareness of both your class mechanics as well as those of other players/hardest tuned bosses aimed at only 1% downing them whilst they're current.
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