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I'm wondering just how much impact their new secret MMO project is having on ESO and if their team is big and capable enough to handle both. As someone who plays this daily and watches what they're doing carefully, there are a lot of things about ESO development recently that scream MMO development assigned to the "B team" and put on the back burner.BillMurphy said:I really enjoy all ESO has to offer. But like every MMO, it needs to come out with new features to make the game feel revitalized, not just new content that's similar to the other content. It's a painful place to be, because an MMO needs both "the usual" content and new systems/features to play with. ESO's next chapter needs to be something unique.
Bad as they may all be, berating your readers on a regular basis seems to be the unique domain of games media.Quizzical said:Watching the "normal" media doesn't give me much confidence that that fancy journalism school does society a whole lot of good, either. That some media sources are fairly useless is nothing new and not specific to gaming.
Yeah that stuck out for me too. Diablo AH take 2 lol. Maybe they think they can get the unsuspecting mobile crowd to go for that disaster from early D3.Pemmin said:did I just read they are considering auction house? /facepalm
also stories wont be as dark as previous games /sadface