- There is no longer the deterrent of having to replay and grind through the old content; each player is given a free lv. 90 character.
- It is possible to excel in school and play WoW regularly.
- For those that enjoyed the characters from previous worlds, this offers an origin story to expand on them.
- WoW can ruin the academic career of those who become enraptured by it.
- Time travel is a gimmick.
- Blizzard has always released liquid crack.
Should there be more console MMO's? Yes (Joven) or No (Sohinki)
- It is expensive to have the equipment to play a high-quality MMO.
- Companies are losing money by not tapping into the pool of people who are most comfortable playing only console games.
- The Xbox can also allow gamers to play with others from all around the world; just as much as a PC.
- It has worked for Diablo 3.
- It has recently worked well for Final Fantasy XIV.
- There aren't enough buttons on a controller to encompass all of the abilities that most MMO characters have.
- They require a lot of processing power for the large landscapes.
- The console port of Diablo 3 had to be simplified a multitude of abilities at a time down to 4.
Should the upcoming Arkham game be linear or open-world? Open World (Lasercorn) vs. Linear (Jovenshire)
- Joven's mind cannot prioritize quests on its own.
- Open-world gameplay has made the Arkham Batman games iconic.
- Joven had just been missing the opportunities to be stealthy.
- Arkham Asylum wasn't much of an open-world game. It was a linear series of events taking place in large areas.
- Returning to the linear setup could return some of the stealth aspect that was lost in Arkham City and Origins.
- It could be like Splinter Cell, but with Batman's cowl.
- As shown in the Origins Let's Play upload, it is Lasercorn that doesn't know how to be stealthy.