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In Topic: how can legion be SO bad

Yesterday, 05:09 PM

View PostElorxo, on 28 July 2016 - 03:25 PM, said:

typical american

most of the NA players quit this trash expansions ago. the only people who still play in NA at a high level make money off the game via boosts/streaming. you'd be a full blown retard to play this game seriously and not make money off it

In Topic: how can legion be SO bad

Yesterday, 01:43 AM

2016 and you expect wow to be a good game still lol


In Topic: End of WoD [LEGION PRE-PATCH] Tournament - $1000 Prize

22 July 2016 - 03:54 PM

View PostKnaittiz, on 20 July 2016 - 09:00 PM, said:

7 days registration time left, everybody is just hiding their roster

this made me laugh way harder then it should have

edit: if only one team signs up do they get the $1,000 by default?

In Topic: Opinions on Legion

19 July 2016 - 01:18 AM

View PostJim_Jim, on 15 July 2016 - 09:43 PM, said:

I don't think "numbers" of sub, or numbers of anything else by the way is a good indicative of the quality of something.

My second time logging into AJ in over three years, but this is a completely false statement. Retention rate for Warlords of Draenor was below 50% (that number being determined from their first Quarter report in WOD to the time they announced they were ceasing to release sub numbers). That is scary, problematic and directly correlates to the state of the game. If over 50% of the subscribers from WOD Q1 quit, something went wrong. Boring, dull game-play? Lack of incentives to queue rated PvP? Mind numbing garrison tasks?

Who really knows at the end of the day. If I had to guess, a huge number of players came back in Warlords off a false claim that it was going to be a lot like the Burning Crusade. This expansion was quite the contrary, and therefore, many people quit due to lack of content, content drought and boring, dull game-play. So yes, low sub numbers = worse game. PvP in Classic, TBC, even Wrath were extremely unbalanced but there was way more things to do besides queue 3V3 arenas. I feel as if almost everybody who PvP's in WOW right now only logs in to queue arenas.

Enough about WOD though.

My opinion on Legion is that it is most likely going to fail or be very successful. I do like that Blizzard is trying out new ideas and recreating a lot of classes that have been left stale since their creation (DK's...), but ultimately I don't think that will bring people back.

Mists of Pandaria was Strike 1. Warlords of Draenor was Strike 2. Legion will probably be Strike 3. 3 Strikes you're out. Game will probably be F2P and micro-transaction based if this expansion doesn't do well. The fact Blizzard can even get away with having a monthly fee slapped on WoW still blows my mind. I wouldn't play WoW if it costs $5 a month lol, games horrid.

In Topic: End of WoD [LEGION PRE-PATCH] Tournament - $1000 Prize

18 July 2016 - 12:07 AM

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