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September 6th, 2012, 00:56
It is extremely mainstream. I would almost say its a dictionary definition. For some reason it seems to exemplify numerous traits of modern gamers in the MMO genre.

Course I still enjoy it :-) but I am only level 16 and I am playing mainly to explore, dive into the events with other players, and follow the personal story line. I doubt I will stick around to long after I reach end-game but who knows what they might have by then.

I am enjoy TSW more … but not sure what will happen with that game if they loose to many more subscribers. Shame about that - as it has some neat ideas and settings and not as hand holdy as many current games. On the other hand the combat … can get a little bland and I am only just finishing up blue mountain.

So I am bouncing between this and GW2 for now so I don't burn out on either.

Character is centrality, the impossibility of being displaced or overset. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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