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It might be since I am not American but most dates I think of would be late 18th century and 1803 (Louisiana purchase) considering the huge impact they had for the country and the continent.Kyleran said:I don't think I would have fared well on that survey, pinpointing a single year when America was great would have been a challenge.
I likely would have picked a historic year, like 1945, but I do see why I didn't vote based on a slogan about making it great again.
While I have completely embraced modern versions of other entertainment, I enjoy today's TV, music, books, and some social media , I've not adopted everything such watching others stream video games. (I don't watch any form of sports so probably related)
I rarely seek out things such as classic rock or older TV, but with MMORPGs I most definitely favor titles created before 2004.
For better or worse MMO design changed significantly and became more homogenized in ways I don't enjoy, and for some reason I haven't grown to enjoy them in their present form, unlike I have in other entertainment mediums.
My personal conclusion , modern MMOs just suck.
Learning how to beat a boss by reading on a wiki is not really difficult. In fact I think a lot of the problem with current MMOs have to do with that.thunderC said:I want challenge not difficulty. Bloodborne dark souls type hard is just frustrating and unenjoyable to me as was some of the older raids in vanilla WOW. At the same time alot of bosses in newer MMO's have just become mindless tank n spanks which isnt fun either. I think Final Fantasy does a somewhat decent job at difficulty. My sweet spot for difficulty is learning the fight through on screen q's as opposed to being so hard you have to spend 30 minutes researching how to beat a encounter.