Yesterday morning I received an email from Star Wars: The Old Republic
to let me know that the latest game patch went live and I should totally play and check it out. Which is kind of pointless, because I have
been playing. I didn't stop playing. Playing has been happening consistently the whole time. The mail shares a space in the same folder I reserve for mails like the ones from EVE Online
urging me to come back after playing for one month seven years ago.
Admittedly, working for this site means that there are very few bits of MMO information that don't manage to hit our ears at some point. But are these mails ever received with any real joy or interest? I ask you, dear readers: Do you like getting email updates regarding MMOs? Or would you prefer that games of all stripes stop pestering you and let you play what and when you want?
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