As somebody who had to give up playing classic due to lack of time from Megaomgchen's blog

As somebody who had to WOW TBC Gold give up playing classic due to lack of time, it has its flaws, since it's a really old game at this point, but it did a lot too. It didn't have a ton of throwaway pieces. Everything in classic has been essentially required, so as to operate somewhere else in classic. I have not seen a game with systems that incorporated since then.

Meanwhile, I haven't gotten any new expansions because legion. Why? Since the game keeps chugging along, but I don't feel like it's enhanced. I didn't even enjoy Legion that much. It had been nice, but I wasn't excited. Hilariously, I loved MoP, since I loved the unwanted stuff (but not a lot of the dailies).

I really don't think any expansion since MOP actually improved on the game. It is basically the exact same game it has been for quite a while, but with a hard to swallow narrative (I sort of lost track of exactly what occurred after MoP,) new zones, and some surface level stuff switched around and lost after the previous expansion. If anything, it keeps gaining difficulties and plot holes.

No, Particularly when there are lots of fantastic PC games which aren't just cheaper, but greater quality, also have lots of gameplay hours, and possess a complete experience as well as the 1 time cost? I don't believe the MMO genre is dead, but I can think of a good deal of games that I'd rather play than WoW.

I feel . I get actual nostalgic for some wow but then read up buy Burning Crusade Classic Gold about the current xpac and choose against it. I dont have a tonne of time anymore but MOP was the previous xpac I did the raids for. I quested a little in the xpac afterwards but got pissed at instances questing zones (I can't play my friend now because hes 1 quest ahead wut? I enjoyed the case planet changes before then). Sometimes I feel like I should've sold my account at peak cata days where I had like 5 maximum level characters with heroic tape equipment pieces...

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