Yes, amen to you, you get enjoyment from things I don't. Unfortunately your elitist brain thinks that means you're better than me. Silly idiot. You see, I more than likely recieve enjoyment from things you do not enjoy as well. On top of that, I don't even care if you recieve enjoyment from more things than I do, so even if you "won" said tallying it still wouldnt matter.
You see, I don't like any of the mmo's out. That puts me in the distinct place of being able to objectionally review them. Don't you know the opinion of a fan's is the worst opinion to judge something by? In fact your saying EQ and DAoC are as good as they ever need to be. Thats an ignorant and stupid thought if i've ever heard one. Why don't you face facts and stop trying to convince me that your opinion is better than mine?
Agian, I listed facts of why I have a right to call DAoC EQ Lite. I didn't have to do that, but I did to prove a point.
I'm so tired of idiots and thier useless opinions. Opinions mean about as much to me as sand to a man dying of thirst in a desert. In fact I might as well be dying of thirst in a desert for all the lack of objection that MMO fan's constantly ejaculate. In fact I feel compelled to make another list:
Reasons why current MMO's are not worth the time or effort:
1) They are all focused around trite gameplay mechanics designed not for entertainment but to appeal to base desires thusly causing addiction. (Its a think red line, but we all should understand that point, if not, go back to middle school)
2) The content is repetitive and only illusionary differences are existant.
3) Advancement is also an Illusion since the things you must fight to get stronger also get stronger as well.
4) It's impossable to lose in an MMO.
5) They are designed to apeal to the LCD of the target audience, therefore original ideas, or ideas that could be controversial are not implimented.
6) Player skill is almost neglegent in any situations outcome, extending at most to getting items you shouldnt posess in order to gain an illusionary advantage in combat.
7) The constant and ever changing rule systems that can make a character you've "worked" on much less or much more powerful because of any number of nerfs, bugs, patches, errors, cheats, manipulations and duplications.
Thats just 7 reasons, but any of them are enough to say that MMO's are very very far from any kind of resemblence to an ideal state.
Why do I care, since most genre's also have quite a bit more work to go? Mostly because MMO's blatently lie about the experiences they supposedly offer. Stupid people will find ways to enjoy themselves once they become disillusioned. However, since most people are, sadly enough, stupid then the subscription rates end up slowly climbing. This just makes the developers of these kinds of games much less unlikely to tread of the well worn beaten path. Leading to every game being a clone of the ones before it with perhaps one or two gimmicks that are supposed to set it apart from its pregeneators.
So yes, I'm angry at stupid people more than anything else, in fact I have to admire the companys who make these games. But at the same time I hate that there is not enough angry smary people to make a truely revolutionary and deep game. Its the waste of so much potential that really makes me pissed off at stupid people.
Now, maby you can list some facts on why MMO's rock your balls off and this discussion can move foward. Otherwise have fun shooting your mouths off.
"I'm too much of a narcisist to really hate stupid people."