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The final episode of Life Is Strange 2, “Wolves,” released on December 3 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. When I try to understand why people did not react with an open outpouring of excitement and glee for Life Is Strange 2 after the success of its predecessor, I think of Marvel movies. Superhero films strike me…
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World of WarCraft
So, I had an idea in my head for a while, something that could see a lot of utility and benefit to the game. That idea is a Minecraft inspired WarCraft game. Now, hear me out.
A world of warcraft themed gamescape like this has a lot of potential and would satisfy all kinds of drives for a host of people. While also providing a space for their children too, to play in a fun environment themed to the game they see their parents playing.
So I’ve listed my explanations of why it is worthwhile to the various communities, with the undervalued resource that is the next generation of player. So let me get into the meat of what stuck me.
First and foremost, this game could either be bought as stand alone or, included like classic as part of a subbed content. Meaning, those with a sub will get immediate access to new assets whereas unsubbed those assets can be bought in packages. Meaning, it’s still a source of revenue regardless and someone who rp’s, doesn’t even have to be subbed to keep doing as they do.
One of my biggest annoyances to Minecraft is that I really hate the blockiness. WoW has a whole slew of assets, from landscape, monsters, enemies and even npc’s that could be allowed to be popped in. Players could choose to allow critters to be passive or let them act as they would in Retail. Same thing with bosses and such.
One can choose to simply load in say, Northrend as an environment without any buildings, npcs etc, or load it in with just monsters. They could load in a dungeon and then add in stuff, taverns, all kinds of things. Creating an instance door in a doorway of a building could link a new space, like say another server type thing that is just the interior of a room. Linking in such a way could help people fit things together the way they want. Point is, the skies the limit and you wouldn’t have to make new assets for this particular aspect, unless you want to.
Now, I understand there would be a huge amount of work involved in making something like this. I don’t exactly know ‘what’ as I am not a programmer or know anything about the technical side of making games. All I know is that this kind of game would be a great option and a solution to many things, though I know it would breed new problems of course.
It would mean communities can elect to be choosy on who they let in and who they boot, self moderation is key. Right now in game such moderation is clunky at best for rp communities. How it works, works well enough in simple game content that has no rp attached. Yes, it means people would be jerks, but at the same time, people can create the kind of community that appeals without having to use the stew already established.
You could even allow addons, mods and player made assets and, if the company liked a certain asset artist, they can add that asset to the shop and both company and artist can make money. Which, again, is an undervalued resource. Wouldn’t even cost much to do and could prove very lucrative.
It could be a testing ground for all kinds of things and shape the game in such a way that it adapts to include a community that is far more neglected than the PvE and PvP communities the game was really built for. It would still be a means to allow the company to make a profit, while also making a spin on a well loved game and include prospective younger players in a place parents would be more inclined to throw money.
The minecraft aspect of survival and building from scratch could mean simply gathering said resource and then placement, then going out and gathering more resources to build it in stages. Like how the garrison worked or even building things in battle for darkshore. Obviously no one would be able to stock blocks in minecraft, but this wouldn’t be minecraft.
Anyways, I just wanted to share :)
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