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Sovrath said:It's not. It's not a "greatest game". It is one of my top 3 mmo's but if someone asked me to write a piece on what I thought the top 3 "greatest mmorpg's" were I wouldn't include it. Sadly there is nothing great about it. Except its community.Phaedruslives said:The lack of LOTRO is a little disconcerting...
Not because I don't like it but because greatest must be more than "I like it".
there are many things I don't like but I recognize their impact, their superb construction, how iconic they are and their impact.
Greatest should encompass more than "favorite" if one is to speak about beyond my own nose.
I would even go so far as to say the order doesn't matter. More the idea of the group.
EXACTLY! AMEN TO THAT! Glad to see some sense around here!Tsiya said:So, this guy has free speech because I agree with him, and that other dude over there has free speech because I agree with him, but because that guy on the other side of the road doesn't agree with us he has to STFU and go home. I deplore the KKK and white supremacists, but you can't deny them their rights because you don't agree. The Constitution either works for all Americans or none.
"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."
Greyhaven said:I'm pretty sure whoever did this, did so so because of the large number of filters video game developers have o use these days.
Everyone is offended always about everything.
I think what all of this boils down to is censorship. We have large amounts of millennials that believe the 1st amendment isn't such a great thing and neither is the constitution of the united states, and anyone who denies that really needs to cruise by any ANTIFA Facebook page, or do a bit of honest fact checking of Feminist Frequency.
The metric for what is considered racist or fascist has truly become nebulous, the goal post are moved until it begins to appear that 1984 is being used as an instruction manual instead of a cautionary tale.
Expect more pushback.