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Time a person spends enjoying themselves is NEVER wasted time.azarhal said:All the time you put in games is wasted. It's a time killer hobbies not productive hobbies like painting or gardening.MightyUnclean said:My fear with the game is what I fear for most indie, crowdfunded MMOs: That they'll never get a decent player base, will die an early death, and that the time I put into them will be "wasted."
LOL ... I never played Everquest, but that's what I heard. I did play Dark Age of Camelot, though. And the characterizations that World of Warcraft was the casual version of Everquest/DAoC is apt, but it was still a much more challenging game back then than any themepark MMO today, including the modern version of itself. And to me, it was the perfect level of challenge. Rewards still had to be earned so they felt satisfying but you didn't need to ruin your marriage or flunk out of college in order to progress in the game.Ungood said:Unlike Old School EQ.. where almost everyone got jack shit.
How can anyone watch televised professional sports for more than five minutes without gouging their own eyes out? Sometimes I ask myself that question .... but then I remember that not everyone has the same tastes in entertainment I do. Turns out some people actually do enjoy watching several very tall people race back on forth across a court, throwing a small ball into an elevated hoop over and over ... and over again for hours. I can't imagine being entertained by that myself, but I recognize that there's an entire industry built around it so I'm pretty sure the emperor is actually wearing new clothes ... it's just that I personally don't appreciate that particular wardrobe.Bukkerz said:How can a person be immersed as an adult in a world of bloody coloured blocks.