Not again. Why is it that every month or two someone starts a thread like this? You know it's not true. Games are offering less than ever before. They are literally cutting out things that used to be offered in games, like housing. They aren't expanding at all. And it started with LOTRO. Before that we didn't have linear games like this. So please... you know better.
You can't force people to pvp if they don't want to. It's called "life". The game is new and right now the players are more concerned with running the storyline than they are pvp. In most games, I've found pvp to be end game boredom filler than the full game. So do tell me, if the game is brand new, why they should bother yet.
Oh and I've been playing. And no, I won't pvp with you. People with your kind of attitude are why I don't pvp. Why should I when you are obviously only interested in beating people up to make your life meaningful?
There comes a point at which you no longer care what others think about you being a gamer geek. Or geek of any kind for that matter. Times have changed since I was a kid. It is now cool to be in to superheroes, computer games and the like. I could care less whether people like it or not. I'm a good person, I work hard, and I care about others. If other people don't like it, then fuck them.
Knights of the Old Republic. It was simply awesome. Great graphics for it's time, and you got to play all the way through the knight experience. The story was great. It's still one of my favorite games and the first time I played it was decades ago. I replay it every once in a while, usually with new mods added in since people are still modding it after all this time.
Nothing has ever compared to that first experience. I played lots of games before and after but that first time loading that game was just magic.
If it's an MMO, then EQ2. It's the only MMO I still play.