Posted by: mrrx | November 9, 2005

Subscription cancelled

And I come full circle. It happened again – I just suddenly woke up one day, and said "Why am I playing EQ2 ?", same as I had done with World of Warcraft. I've logged on a few times in the past weeks, but just to deal with selling, or to wander around and destroy mobs for XP.

I've said it before and I'll say it again – the 6 character limit causes problems. I might actually have stayed interested if the restriction was removed. The apparent "Let's soak our customers" explanation has never, to my knowledge, been countered by Sony, and I simply can't imagine them doing it any other way. If they want me back, that's what they should change.

I didn't sell anything on the exchange either. What if I change my mind and want to come back? Not that I could net more than $50 anyway, so I don't feel it's worth it.

Have fun and play safe.

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  1. I ditched EQ2 for WoW. Maybe I’ll get sick of it too, I don’t know. But one thing I do know. I don’t have to deal with as many bugs, sweeping game changes and nasty customer service like I did with Everquest games.

    I’m having much more fun in WoW then I ever did in EQ1 or EQ2 put together. I hope it lasts and lasts! :)–>


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