...I would have more to write about.
And this is true. It seems that whenever I start to play a single player game (RPG, Action, etc..) my posting habits seem to diminish.
Why is that?
My guess leads to the "problems" of these games...laying blame on issues or concerns... whether it is gameplay, developers, bugs...you name it, MMO's have them in spades. Yet, while playing Single Player games, I just do not feel the need to discuss it.
During my Age of Conan stint, I had discussions of changes, developer screw ups and what not. When I was playing EQ2, I could discuss the world, etc.. which as I can see discussion has to do with community, the worlds we play in when in an MMO and the overall social aspects.
Currently my game time is filled with Dragon Age, Divinity 2, and even played The Witcher (but, I did load up Guild Wars...one never knows how that will go...son has shown an interest)...but, overall, MMO land has really been a downer. So, I have no need to discuss guilds, the world, or anything that most people could just read in a review anyways.
Take today for example.
I decided to go check how good Age of Conan has been doing on Xfire, and saw it had dropped to #83. Truly the lowest spot it has been yet AND 30 spots down from last week.
Guess people are tired of waiting for updates....and I can see why. It has been months since the last update, and there is really not much new to do. But, the family is holding on to time cards for when new patches hit...so they better get on that road quick. The game is failing dismally.
I have not closed up shop yet in the blogging world, but no MMO means nothing to rant or rave about. Guess I better hope something happens very soon.