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Posted: May 24th 2010 3:44PM yeppers said

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Actually, the alternate endings on Kimmel after the final episode provided the relief they chose the best ending. ;)

I'm amazed how satisfied I was with the ending of Lost. Still a lot of questions; but it was a good show. Not many shows have the guts to provide their own ending before the audience loses interest and they're canceled.
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Posted: May 25th 2010 12:51AM (Unverified) said

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the worst ending is certainly the nge in SWG... it destroyed the community and life of the game. It was like a phoenix that was great and glorious....then it died and was reborn half retarded. That is the damn truth...

as for the people claiming they understand LOST and saying the plane crashed and no one survived... you have got to be retarded or you never watched the show and just wanted to get LOST fans all upset... ugh

Posted: May 25th 2010 2:45AM (Unverified) said

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I quit Warhammer Online after 2 months. T4 was a lame experience for me after I levelled 2 chars up to T4. This game has a bad game design for T4. You will enter T4 as a newbie with level 32 and renown rank 32 facing vets that are level 40 and renown rank 80. Here the devs just should have build more tiers so it would have at least been balanced.

Also the endgame RvR is mainly dominated by masses, not by skill. Since a lot of people are bored and just wait in the warcamps you can bet (especially on weekends) that you will be rushed by 100+ enemy players once you try to take over a battlefield objective. And once so many people are fighting it does not matter if you have the best gear at all, but just how many players on your side are.

The game became totally repetitive in the end. Half of the players waited to rush you in RvR but a really strategic and fun experience never came up in T4. The other half is levelling in or looting in special zones. And that's basically the end game.

Posted: May 25th 2010 9:37AM (Unverified) said

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Ive never had the same experience in a MMOG as i have had watching LOST. Just watched the final yesterday, and for the last 10 minutes i wept like a little girl.

Anyway, the game i felt quitted me, though it technically didnt die (it still counts, dammit!) is World of Warcraft.
I just got sick of pretentious 14 year olds with nothing but gear score on their minds. I had such a blast in the beginning, leveling up, doing some easy dungeons, and jumping around while searching undiscovered places in the game.. But then that blasted addon got released and the game was never the same again.

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