WoW Has Less Wow Now

I’ve been playing World of Warcraft beta for few months now and have been enjoying it for the most part. However, there is a distinct level of “meh” rising. I am not feeling that tug you get when you want to get something accomplished in game. Part of it is the rest bonus. The longer I stay out of the game, the higher my XP bonus is. It is almost as if I am gaining interest on top of interest and it’s good enough to keep me logged out.

But then I log in and I can’t think of anything fun to do. The quests are getting a little dull for me. And I can’t seem to get someone above level 16 before I want to try a new class so that makes the game seem more repetitive than it really is since I am *actually* repeating quests over and over. I should probably stop that.

The way the game works, it sort of leads you from one area to the next. Sometimes I get into an area and I can’t wait to get out of it. I feel like I need to finish the quests before I can leave. Of course that is not true, but it is how I feel.

So I have been playing Asheron’s Call 2 on occasion. It is still pretty fun, but it is sort of like going back to your old home town that you swore you’d never go back to visit.

I picked up Battlefield: 1942 recently and have been practicing my flying skills in the single player mode before I dare try the multiplayer. That is a fun game, the variety of things you can do is very cool. Fly a plane, shoot big cannons from a battleship, pilot a landing craft, parachute out of a plane into enemy territory, even drive a tank. Pretty sweet game for $20. Highly recommended if you have not already been there.

I’m also looking forward to the release of that new Pirates! game. It looks cool and I’m sort of a Pirate freak anyway. Pirates and Monkeys you know.

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Ethic

I own this little MMO gaming blog but I hardly ever write on it any more. I’m more of a bloglord or something. Thankfully I have several minions to keep things rolling along.