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Blizzard Getting Ready for Mists of Pandaria Testing

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March 22, 2012 5:07:43 AM

game was good before it became world of casualcraft :-(
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March 22, 2012 5:27:08 AM

they will win back temporary some of the old Subs then they fall back again and keep losing more imo...
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March 22, 2012 5:32:51 AM

Agreed @ ohmybad

And my one friend had the balls to tell me that cata is better than tbc, and is much harder pvp / pve. Ofc he didn't play tbc and just started at wotlk which is also easy mode.
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March 22, 2012 5:39:55 AM

As an old WoW player who still follows the game, it seems as though Blizzard has learned a lot after the lackluster Cataclysm expansion. I personally haven't seriously played since Burning Crusade, but Mists could change that.

That said, I don't think it'll bring the sub count back to the old level. Face it, WoW is a 8 year old game, it isn't going to pull in 12 million people anymore. BUT, I do think it has a chance to stop the bleed that Cataclysm started.
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March 22, 2012 6:19:22 AM

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March 22, 2012 6:23:01 AM

How did they go from looking like WCIII characters to Kung Fu Panda characters?
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March 22, 2012 6:50:14 AM

the game for me died after lichking was released and all the gear you worked so hard for was given to random dungeon spammers a month later
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March 22, 2012 8:23:28 AM

Milking the cow while they can.

They're awaiting the D3 cash-out.

All MMOs die (in a sense). Veterans usually end up playing private, classic emulations and whatnot. I'm sure Blizzard has another something up their sleeves.
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March 22, 2012 9:24:01 AM

RaidurMilking the cow while they can.They're awaiting the D3 cash-out.All MMOs die (in a sense). Veterans usually end up playing private, classic emulations and whatnot. I'm sure Blizzard has another something up their sleeves.

Titan
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March 22, 2012 10:44:20 AM

goldengooseTitan

Which they announced more than a year ago. There was even an article mentioning it on this site just yesterday.
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March 22, 2012 10:54:11 AM

The game was a lot more fun when you had to actually put in work for your gear, not just spamming dungeons and buying it. I started playing just before BC came out, and to me, I still that BC was the best xpac they have released so far. With each xpac that releases, the game just gets more and more catered to the casuals. Yes I understand from a business perspective that the "casual" model helps make it more appealing to a broader range of customers, but at the same time it takes away a lot of the sense of reward of actually earning gear/items.
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March 22, 2012 11:11:16 AM

KanoobieHow did they go from looking like WCIII characters to Kung Fu Panda characters?


btw Pandaren are from Warcraft 3
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March 22, 2012 11:21:49 AM

been playing since origional wow, but i've never gotten into any beta's trying agian, hope i get into the pool this time :)  and as stated above pandaren have been in warcraft universe before , the pandaren brewemaster
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March 22, 2012 11:53:53 AM

KanoobieHow did they go from looking like WCIII characters to Kung Fu Panda characters?

lol.

pandaren is from the original WC3 before kung fu panda was even a mere mist in the mind of his creator.
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March 22, 2012 12:11:04 PM

I got wow the first day it came out, and I played the hell out of it. I had 4 level 60 when BC came out. Its an amazing game but after 2 or 3 years i just had to find something new.
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March 22, 2012 1:31:16 PM

MoP beta has been out since last night, I imagine there will be a level 90 Pandoren tonight on beta servers, the auto-attack is still not working on male but works on female panda's.
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March 22, 2012 4:29:49 PM

I liked the game, but I never had time play. I would spend half my time traveling with no way to save my progress, it wasn't worth 15 a month.
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March 22, 2012 6:57:19 PM

Kung-Fu Panda anyone??? heh
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March 22, 2012 7:05:47 PM

GreaseMonkey_62I liked the game, but I never had time play. I would spend half my time traveling with no way to save my progress, it wasn't worth 15 a month.


No way to save your progress? You trolling?
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March 22, 2012 7:31:59 PM

Nope, it won't pull me back. After getting 10 toons to lvl 85 on a server, I finally burned out. I have been WoW free for 6 months now and don't plan to start up my subscription again. Sorry, Blizz, it was a good run while it lasted...
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March 22, 2012 9:16:24 PM

@microgoliath yeah man those were the days. TBC was awesome....hard PvE, real sense of accomplisment, still needed a guild and personal investment to progress past the first tier....my pally got to stop wearing cloth....
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June 26, 2012 12:30:44 AM

Warcraft III was the bases of my reason for purchasing WoW back in 2004, I loved the story, characters and gameplay which passed on through vanilla, TBC and WotLK. For me, WoW was the continuation of where WCIII:TFT left off and after killing arthas in WotLK and it was the conclusion for the series for me.

Having played from the beginning, Cataclysm was a let down for me (stopped playing 6 months ago). Less creative and ingenious than the two previous expansions, and the time for new content takes even longer than before. Alas, maybe its just getting old...but I put my blame on Activision, much like EA, that doom good franchises whenever they get their grubby hands on them (Westwood C&C)
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