you guys realize that SC2 is really SC2.1, there are still 2 more SC2 games coming out, the zerg and the protoss campaigns.
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PvPers cry about PvE items being to powerful in arenas: 1500g
PvErs cry about everything being nerfed for PvP: 1800g
Casual players cry because they cant see all the content of more hardcore players: 5000g
Blizzard making sure everyone is unhappy: Priceless
Actually, Mr. Lennon, I CAN imagine a world with no hatred, religion, war, or violence.
I can also imagine attacking such a world, because they would never see it coming.
For once, Carville was a man ahead of his time.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H3-N9zoI5c Amazing video of 60+ devilsaurs raiding Undercity!
My God, what a horrible creation. People seeing what they want? Thank God they tried to shy away from that. I know it pisses me off when I'm in an heroic raid, yet in the back of my head all I can think is 'some casual player is playing a heroic dungeon and not wiping.' -Vodkarn
edit: its not rly mmo and still, its rpg at least with diferent classes and each class have 3 trees. like wow.
Last edited by mazaa; 2010-10-16 at 06:24 PM.
Didn't blizzard say somewhere that their not going to make a world of starcraft or universe of starcaft or anything of that sort. That when they release a new MMO it won;t be like their previous games...
Like, pre-WoW I would have been all for it. But seeing what WoW did to Warcraft, I don't want to see that happen to Starcraft. It's the last bastion of quality left, and even now it's fading fast. I just want that star to shine a little while longer.
I think it should be called Planets of Starcraft.
"Man I can't wait for work to end so I can play some PoS"
Originally Posted by The SoldierOriginally Posted by The Soldier
If a starcraft mmo is made, I will probably drop wow for a while to check it out, and then play whatever I like better.
But oh god...what could I do in a starcraft mmo...
Last edited by BoomChickn; 2010-10-16 at 08:02 PM.
This explains a lot.Originally Posted by Henry Ford