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hehe .. i highly doubt developers care about "powers to destroy in forums" or they control what games are classified as.DeVoDeVo said:The people that loooove MMOs care because once a game is labeled as an "MMO", they have the power to dictate to the developers what they feel should be in the game e.g. endless gear grind, end game dungeons and raids, don't cater to solo. If the developers does not concede to their wishes, the game will be destroyed in forums and blogs.Panther2103 said:Who even cares at this point.
Developers want to move away from the MMO label so they they can have the power to shape the game as they want.
By not labeling the game as an MMO, developers effectively removed the power from the "it's an MMO" crowd.
Of course. I don't see why i can't enjoy entertainment products as I see fit.Kyleran said:Yeah, as I read Eldrians posts I thought we play for so very different reasons.
I'm far more interested in having a good time, especially if I can help others while doing so.
I'm guessing Eldrian believes the best way to help his team to is be the best he can personally be whereas for me its equally important (and perhaps more so) to assist other members of my team, likely why I favor support roles.
Narius will call both of us chumps because for him only his goals matter.
Azaron_Nightblade said:Nope, definitely not. Besides, weren't you done with the genre anyway according to your other troll post?
I don't play games for "communities". I suspect many don't really care (or else why would toxic games like LoL are so popular"). Solving a problem at the expense of "community" is a great thing when people don't care about community.delete5230 said:Quickly on paper "LFD" sounds like a great problem solver, But it devastated any chance of community. Like it or not the game turned into a lobby game.