Making gamers blind? WOW Burning Crusade
Post Date: 4th Apr, 2010 - 3:47am
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Did you know that when World of Warcraft - Burning Crusade went on dale it made US$96 million in one day! Even the highest gross for a movie opening in one day is US$60 million.
Post Date: 4th Apr, 2010 - 4:10am
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Yeah, I hope my parents realize how wrong they were to tell me there was no such thing as a job making video games. When I was growing up people thought video games were never going to take off, let alone RPG's.
WoW is probably one of the funnest games I have ever played. However it lost its magic for me when I capped on my level and hit a road block. After a certain point you have to be in a guild and be a devoted player to get anywhere it seems. I'm sure many people have heard this said before but, it becomes a job in a way.
Not to mention the price to play per month. The subscription is not bad but then you have to factor in the DSL fee and all the bells and whistles your computer needs to run it properly.
The vast amount of content available is great. However you are playing many times along side immature players. Also it seems very cumbersome at times. The game forces you to jump threw so many hoops in dungeons. In the player vrs player modes often it becomes he who can click first and fastest is the victor. Or you just get completely stomped like a bug by some player who has mega epic everything.