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  • Ffxiv syncs everyone to the dungeon level and has WOW TBC Classic Gold a quick four party dungeon finder/queue system, which can be such a great quality of life thing that it's a cinch to solo/group when as you want.

    Mahbe wow does this today, but it was such an supervision back once I tried it, like it's such an obvious point to add to guarantee everyone can hit the identical story beats.

    This is why WoW is getting so shitty and becoming as poor as a money grab as everything else, like EA, using"micro"transactions for every tiny thing with absolutely horrible and soulless content. That is a direct quotation from Bobby Kotick, who purchased Mediagenic that turned into Activision, which purchased a plethora of gaming studios, and united with Vivendi, and is currently Activision Blizzard:

    I would honestly have to read/research a lot more. I actually only know it did occur; the when; just how much it cost, etc., but I do not think I ever saw the why. I didn't think Vivendi Games was ever that hard up for cash, but I guess something Activision had appeared enticing enough.

    Both Vanilla and TBC classic are all out, capable to experience because it had been. And. . . And I would say that I enjoy the classic versions a lot less than retail today. It's a whole lot slower and easier. It's more clunky. Rewards matter a great deal less because the PvE encounters are balanced about someone with performance issues and a good deal worse awareness and ability of the match.

    Really is not that the matches have become worse, it is the player mindset which have changed. Coupled with a ton of tools for knowledge and learning. Individuals trying to take shortcuts instead of learning, causing them to feel as though it is a grind when they can not simply jump into the rewards. People today consume content a lot faster and use a ton of crutches to do it. They bypass the majority of the exploring and trial and error components, which is what they remember most fondly from the old games, in favor of optimization and min/max from the return. A whole lot of optimization is not even about doing things , but eliminating things together. Which also leads to people whining that they"feel forced" doing things because they're so utilized to having the ability to bypass it.

    I 100% believe that this was the case in Hearthstone. I haven't played in a long time but back when they started incorporating cards there would be some new broken strategy everyone had to play Blizzard sat about for weeks stating everything was buy Burning Crusade Classic Gold fine prior to waiting to release a few half-assed counter in another expansion. When it failed they eventually delivered a balance patch to repair the initial matter. I am sure people stuck around just to see whether the new cards would change anything the player numbers were fostered.