As Keen fights the urge to return to WoW, it makes me realize what an even more advantage WoW has over so many other games.
Just the mention of something changing (that isn't even scheduled until next year) puts a bug in everyone's ear and instead of giving something else a try we go back to what we know. I don't have the audacity to exclude myself from this.
I'm trying out Chronicles of Spellborn (it's free now) but the idea of questing through areas that may be forever changed later had me back to WoW. And while I was playing CoS I was thinking it would be nice if the ui was exactly the same (it's pretty close to WoW's to begin with). Later I'll have the nerve to complain about games being WoW clones, if I haven't already. I'm embarrassed of myself.
To be honest I don't know if I'll go through with my "Questing through the Vanishing Azeroth". I logged onto a Blood elf that still had a Halloween costume timer running from last year. I finished a few errand running quests I had started almost a year ago before parking myself back at the inn.
My toe slipped.
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- My previous Aion post...
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- Aion gets an A for Amazing!
- Champions Online open beta
- Once more with feeling
- CoX Cancelled
- Extended raid lockouts
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