In contrast to the concerns of our other post today, this post brings nothing but messages of hope.
Yes, it’s a very hopeful day in the MMOsphere. From new hope (appropriately enough) springing from SWTOR server transfers, to a report on the huge Proudmoore Gay / LGBT Pride event, here are some blog posts to cheer your day:
- It’s great to hear there’s another side to the SWTOR server transfers – Spinks hasn’t had the woes other players of the game have encountered, and in fact feels that her server transfer has breathed new life into the game – “Fleet chat was buzzing, full of excited players who had either just transferred or were enjoying the new crowds. Within an evening I had found a friendly guild and joined a random instance group to run Taral-V and Maelstrom Prison. “
- In amidst a wave of bloggers quitting WoW, Ben at Scribblings On The Asylum Wall explains why he still considers the WoW subscription a superb source of entertainment – “Someone once challenged me that I could spend that money better on other things, and I laughed at them because $12 buys less than two movie tickets.”
- And Ironyca delivers a lengthy pictorial report on the WoW Proudmoore Pride event, one of the largest gay/LGBT events I’ve ever heard about ingame – “It was so silly, look at how cluttered that bridge is. The boat bursting with people left the harbor without me. I suspected it would crash, although it actually didn’t. “
What are you hopeful for right now?