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It is impossible to have every achievement in the game, you would have to have every single realm first acheivement and every single feat of strength i highly doubte any one person has ALL of that, and if you do have all the non feat of strength achievements then you can make a new toon and get every acheivment on that one. You can't do EVERYTHING on wow its just impossible.
HelloCan someone tell me if the Star wars mmo people have posted the numbers ? If so where might I find them ? Thanks.
I do not agree that Cata was a fail. I have yet to see any "fail" from any expansion. I enjoy them, and will continue to pay/play as long as I do enjoy them. Some expansions are better then others, but to claim a "fail" is a poorly thought out comment.I think it may be safe to assume that some of the decline is due to a poor economy. Unemployment in my area of the country is still double digit, and I think a lot of people are being safer with their money. Online games are just not priority. World of Warcraft continues to be a top notch game, and continues to prove itself by holding over 10 million subcribers. A long-long way from death, and still the best.
In my opinion, I think it's just a lack of content that's causing people to become bored and unsub. 4.3 is supposedly the biggest-content patch thus far in this expansion. But really, the new content they put in really doesn't have longevity to it. LFR was fun the first couple times, but it got repetitive quickly. The new dungeons look like they had a bit of time put into them, but they're easier than Wrath's Heroics, and no one does them for fun (though this can be argued about any Cataclysm dungeon). DMF could be a timesink for the people who find it worth doing, and Transmog runs are quickly declining. What else is there? Nothing. You're going to continue to idle in Stormwind, since there's never a reason to leave.Cataclysm started out well, but it's turned into a real bore. From 1 to 85, it's a two day single-player linear adventure, and once you hit 85, it takes two more to fully gear up. Then what? There's no end-game zone to go to. There's no group activity outside of instances, and it only takes a single button to get a group inside of one. There's nothing social left about this game.If Mists could improve upon anything, it should take away the solo-adventurist feel from the game, and make grouping up happen again. Blizzard also needs to release content that will last, and stuff that takes more than a day or two to be finished with.
I've read so many pages of comments lamenting what amounts to less than a 1% loss in subscriptions, rather than rejoicing in almost a 90% reduction in subscription losses. Blizzard seems pretty happy about it, and with good reason - something obviously worked (or, at least, didn't fail spectacularly) to have such a dramatic impact on their numbers.A point on the Pandaren: Blizzard is pretty much locked in, here. If you look at a lot of the models you will notice that they're very similar to their Warcraft III predecessors in terms of their anatomical proportions and the general design of their textures. This is not the sort of thing that I would consider particularly feral or intimidating - if anything, it's comical, and the antics of the Pandaren companion certainly support that impression. Also, let's not forget that by the time MoP comes out, many of the Kung Fu Panda generation will be just old enough to play WoW. ;)As for WoW-killers, c'mon guys. Are we still calling that?
Just curious how many of the 100K were users like me. When my time runs out I subscribe then unsubcribe to get one month at a time, that way I don't have another automatic deduction to think about and also since my interest in the game comes and goes a lot lately.
imo... WoW still the best ... SW:TOR ..needs time to be a rival to WoW ...but WoW needs that decide to aiming which age group like 13-18 or 18+ ... so I also aggre w'ith `jenci996` ... I also ask what is the meaning of "pandas"?