New theme is exactly what the game needs after Cataclysm, which had a lot of interesting elements but when all's said and done was a bit too samey.
If you dont want to play MoP then dont play it, but to say your reason for not playing is its childish is just bad. Im 26, but I fully admit to myself Ive been playing a childish game since I started. I just havent cared because Ive had fun playing, when I stop having fun Ill stop playing. But the game was never an adult game, Im of the belief there really is no such thing as an adult game. Adults may play it, but even violent games are more directed at 14-21 year olds. The only difference is the younger part of the range depends on their parents to buy it for them.
I am convinced that Mysts of Panderia will be the "New Coke" of the video game world. They will release it, people will try it, then people will hate it and ask for the old "classic" recipe.
I'm looking forward to it.
I shall die here. Every inch of me shall perish. Every inch, but one. An inch. It is small and it is fragile and it is the only thing in the world worth having. We must never lose it or give it away. We must never let them take it from us.
I sure as hell don't hate MoP.
I hope you haven't forgotten my role in this little story. I'm the leading man. You know what they say about the leading man? He never dies.
If you give in to your impulses in this world, the price is that it changes your personality in the real world. The player and character are one and the same.
I have an open mind about it, and will keep an eye on info as it becomes available, but for now, I'll just pass. The game's future direction just isn't for me, nothing wrong with that. I hope the folks who play it enjoy it thoroughly.
Also, OP, using the word "we" isn't helping
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Plox. I got your plox right fucking here. - Animalhouse
I still prefer seeing Thrall rather than blood in my urine, that doesnt make him a good character. - Verdugo
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Good work can still be improved upon.
I love every concept of MoP so far. We'll just have to wait and see how it unfolds.
The game is a cheap contact for family for me, I still goof around and level alts and just mind my own business solo and think of the good times I had raiding with friends in the past, to be honest the next expac could be pandas or giant purple goobers and I doubt any excitement would come from me. Well other than grinding to max level and grieving questers.
its just a "wow expansion"
i can write what its basiclly about whit pi*s in the snow
gear up+heroic dungeons
wait 3 months for new expansion.
Thing is it's not completely different. It really isn't. Some things change but it's still 99% the same crap which depending on who you ask is a good or a bad thing.
I have done pretty much all that I care to do in WoW. I can play every spec of every class with at least a reasonable amount of skill, I have geared alts of the specs I care to play, and I have collected all the vanity goods I care to and have raided casually and more hardcoreish. The game has run its course for me and my friends are slowly drifting off as well. There was a time where I enjoyed the game enough that that wouldn't have bothered me but now/shrug I'll enjoy ToR while it lasts and we'll see what comes in the future.
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