I like Taco's
Wildstar is a really good game & a nice change of pace, but its isn't revolutionary & isn't as amazing as people portray it. That is just hype & setting high expectations that will not only hurt the game in the long run, it will hurt Carbine aswell.
Seriously, find me one instance of developer from GW2, SWTOR, FF, ESO who ever said their games are "WoW killers". NO ONE in the industry dares say that anymore. The only ones yelling "WoW killers are WoW fanboys themselves who try to mock the game who presents any competition to WoW
I see a shit ton more hype for Wildstar than ESO nowadays. 700 pages of discussion in the VG section? Named #1 most anticipated MMO from Mmorpg.com?
Last edited by corebit; 2014-01-07 at 05:40 AM.
I am curious as to when he will say anything.....
I like wildstar because it's more cartoony + moar tits. But in the end the too-cartoony atmosphere will scare the players away, maybe some will stay for the tits.
Wow combines the seriousness or a vicious world with the comfortable feel or a cartoony atmosphere. And that will never change no matter the tits. I hope lawl.
As for the 40 man raids, we don't know if these will be actual, hard, instanced raids. Could just be some more complicated world bosses. Or it could be something like WoW's Wintergrasp or Tol Barad. 20 man raids should be what they focus at. And I'm sure they will switch to 20 man model when it turns out 40 mans are not as popular as they expected.
I also don't understand why people are going "THEY WANT TO MAKE THIS GAME LIKE VANILLA WOW". They never said that. They said they want to capture the unique feeling vanilla WoW had. Its social aspect. Not make this vanilla WoW in space. I'm sure they are as well aware as we are that vanilla WoW was a bad game. Now I'm not into beta but after watching a lot of gameplays I can say they are doing a good job at it.
Unsure if this topic even belongs within the general wow discussion, who knows. As well, rumors is not really a source.
And so what if they did? Blizzard switches teams a lot, and some running on project contracts. It is possible, though still, waiting on a source to be updated on the first post of the OP.
I don't see why anyone would want to work on Wildstar, I've been in the beta, it's WoW in space with GW2 combat. The devs even said: "At one point you will have to become invested in the game if you want to do any of the cool stuff."
Yeah, fuck that, I've had my pre-BC and BC grind/life sink gaming experience, getting reputation for 15 million factions just to get a key which would allow me to grind more reputation so I could get one item which would allow me to grind raids to grind ever more items, repeat to infinity.
They can keep their monthly fees and their "we want to bring back "rewarding" MMOs for those who invest time in them" mentality. This is 2014. Many old school MMO players are burned out with this system, and are looking towards MMOs who feel more like games instead of second lives, which WoW devs have realized and have adapted to, otherwise this game would probably have even less players today.
10 minute raid buffs and 5-6 different potions/elixirs/flasks combinations requirement every raid night multiple nights a week, woo hoo, yeah no.
Also, it's tacoS not taco's learn to spell ffs.
Last edited by Ballantines; 2014-01-08 at 02:40 AM.
seriously why would anyne want to play that piece of shit game it's so cartoony youll never hear about it in real life unlike star wars and rift.
Bring back hunter mana, support the hunter mana movement. We will get it back.
The last several pages have been more about Wildstar and random stuff than about Greg Street so this will be closed.
It's not surprising really because Street has already indicated that he's not going to another MMO like WoW. Whether or not that's true remains to be seen. In any case this is really no longer about the topic--not to mention the topic was misleading to start with since 'the development team' went there nine years ago--and there are more and more posts that could be infracted for game bashing so instead of doing that we'll close it up.
A bit of civility and respect for others opinions goes a long way toward getting any respect in return. Overly hostile, profane and insulting posts are a sign that people don't really have anything to say. Profanity is best served out in very small doses.
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