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Blizzard's highly-successful World of Warcraft MMO continues on a steady decline, losing roughly 300,000... posted Aug 4, 11 1:17pm

Some would say World of Warcraft is an unstoppable force of nature.  Wrong.  The MMO juggernaut is seeing a... posted May 9, 11 5:06pm

World of Warcraft is the most successful pay-to-play MMO out there, so it stands to reason that other developers... posted Dec 2, 09 8:29pm

Not long ago, Blizzard hopped the Achievements bandwagon, giving World of Warcraft players a way to document... posted Nov 30, 09 11:05pm

Checked the Blizzard store lately?  Looks like that Pandaren Monk pet is out of stock.  Now this comes as a shock to... posted Nov 11, 09 6:53pm

[image1 width=168 height=210 float=left] Apparently making one billion every year isn't enough for Activision... posted Nov 5, 09 10:14pm

Some time ago, distributor was attempting to bring  World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade into China. ... posted Nov 3, 09 11:38pm

RabidChinaGirl blogged
Feb 16, 09 2:20am

Today is Sunday, and you all know what that means! Yes, it's the day when I post a blog-like editorial on Neoseeker's front page and wait eagerly for the usual suspect of flamers. The kind of people who flame, not like... flamboyantly homosexual.

This week, I froth at the mouth a little more than usual, addressing some of the elements behind MMOs that make them so gosh darn addictive. As always, the unspoken disclaimer only applies to humorless pricks who think the Internet is SERIOUS BIZNESS! Click it and read it:

Otherwise, enjoy the evening read. Today's Musing really hits me close to home, as I've fallen into the trap of MMO addiction before, during my first year of college. After I got out, I dabbled in various online games until Guild Wars swept me off my feet. Years later, gave World of Warcraft a try. Quit shortly after the recent expansion came out because the new grind was just too much. I was suddenly reminded of how terribly depressing these MMOs can get as they consume your life and you (and your friends) have to schedule outings around raids, which can last up to hours without a break. And people have the audacity to get mad if you want to piss or get a bite to eat.

I think I have met some of the lowest of the low in WoW, as far as MMO addicts go. And I find those individuals quite impressive in a sad sort of way. I've met some really cool people too, a few of which encourage me to go back... and I would, if there weren't a monthly fee. I hate feeling obligated to play games. That ruins the whole point of video games...

To be honest, I would still play WoW if there weren't for the monthly fee. But I don't really like the game enough to fork over the $30 for two months, let alone give Blizzard my credit card number. It's not a shitty game, but it's definitely not worth what they charge.

Side note, could be PMSing this week. Might be somewhat confrontational... more than usual. Bear with me.

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