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This question is directed to all those older players that support the "casualization" of the genre because their lives changed and they no longer have as much time to dedicate to games and mmorpgs in particular.
I know not all older players and casuals support mmoprgs becoming easier, this question however, is directed to the ones that do believe and support it.
So the question is as follows :
Why do you insist, agree and celebrate on the casualization of the genre simply because you cannot fulfill it´s demands anymore?
You admit that you used to love the older games, and that you had many good memories and good times as you spent a lot of time, effort and dedication on your nostalgic mmo of choice, so why should the newer generations and those that still have the time, renounce to their turn to enjoy the genre as it was, simply because you can´t do it anymore?
Why should an entire genre adapt to your new and busy life instead of you finding a genre or type of game that you can actually afford and enjoy?
And if you really MUST play mmorpgs, why not accept that you will no longer be the big cheese and pursue a more casual and humble approach instead of demanding for the games to transform themselves into something you can play?
And as a side question, why is it that many of you insist on that anyone with the time, will and dedication to play mmos as you used to, is a basement dwelling, nolifer loser that is bad and should feel bad, and does not think of married players?
Were you thinking of your own generation of busy players when you played mmo´s "hardcore"?