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Margrave said:While I have hopes for the title to be another EQ1 style mmorpg.
I loved EQ1 back in the day, but it did have somethings I hated about it.
I put up with those bad things as there was no better choice; however, there are many choices these days. The mmo market is rather flooded.
And dont forget the auction house or lack of.blueturtle13 said:
If it does release there will be about 9,000 threads on this site talking about how amazing it is, how terrible it is and someone will explain how it is going to save the world.
Brad will be vilified, glorified, canonized and crucified all in the same day.
Someone will bring up Vanguard 400 times and Everquest about 700 times. Around 9 people will get banned, the casuals will complain it is too hard, the hardcore will complain it is too easy. It will dominate the news threads for a month, Suzie will get mad someone did not send her a tip about a new feature coming to the game in an update and instead made their own thread about it, She will finally snap and they will be one of the 9 banned. MikeB will close 8,990 of the threads and Bill Murphy will not be seen for 3 months because he is too busy playing the game and can't figure a way to stop.
Oh and Wizardry will hate it. Because he hates everything.
A more apt analogy would be a track meet where they have some team races and some solo races. And there is ice cream too.Wizardry said:
The very simple analogy would be to say ,how is a 4x100meter relay race going to cater to a soloist?
Hitler murdered communists and unions. Right winger.Dullahan said:Actually, socialism of all types used to be considered left wing. It was revisionist history among the academic world in an attempt to separate their beloved ideals from Hitler that recategorized nazism as "right wing", despite the fact that his ideals had absolutely nothing in common with right wing ideals (no, not even "nationalism" as all communist (left wing) countries were nationalist, as they are today. See Nkorea).gervaise1 said:Do you have any idea about political theory or have you just been .... brainwashed.
National Socialists were considered "right wing" - and there are a wide range of "left" and "right" socialist parties in Europe.