Some players like WildStar very much, but some players do not like it. But it is all
ok, different people have different thoughts and demands. But no matter what games
you like, the most wanted thing is its game currency, like wildstar players must like
Last week’s events made me decide to do one of my periodic column-topic-switches to
discuss the fact that there is going to be bad press about WildStar out there,
sometimes even bad press that complains about things that you don’t think are
relevant. And the best thing you can do is be cool.
The real defense of the game should come from the game itself. If you’re trying to
mount a long-winded defense about how a game’s problems aren’t really problems, you
are essentially playing the Xbox One game, in which you tell a room full of unhappy
people that they’re not really unhappy.
But that’s not relevant, you say to your monitor, fully cognizant that I should not
be able to hear you. This is criticism or whatever about something that’s inaccurate,
so surely the person leveling criticism just didn’t do the research!
You really don’t need to jump in with a pedantic explanation of why someone doesn’t
know something. If someone is complaining that the game makes it too difficult to dye
your gear when there’s an NPC five inches from your starting position labeled “Gear
Colorist,” a correction is pointless. And if it’s not obvious, even if it’s a silly
criticism, it’s one that should be leveled.
Beyond all of that, though, is the simple fact that some people are just not going to
like the game. Some people are, in fact, going to give silly reasons for not liking
the game that are just there because there has to be a reason, and it’s sometimes
difficult to articulate what you dislike about a title.
No matter you like wildstar or not, it is ok, but there will be many people liking it
and it has become one of the most expected mmo games in 2013. And the wildstar power
leveling service will be very hot in 2013 since too many players need that service.