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3 days without a single match and I feel fine!


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lavaboy #21 Posted 08 June 2014 - 06:23 PM

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Don't believe it lads, he fell off the wagon last night. Once an addict... :izmena:

150kgbenchpress #22 Posted 08 June 2014 - 08:37 PM

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this is what I like on this game

no matter how long we do not play

our tanks are still there waiting for us

but girls are not waiting :trollface:



JoonHilt #23 Posted 08 June 2014 - 09:23 PM

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Stopped playing in January because i had to read to finals. After that i haven't been feeling like playing any matches. Kinda miss playing with my usual platoon group, but when i remember all the terrible players that caused so much raging the feeling to play goes away. Been playing Lotro whole spring and it's much more relaxing to play, people are nice, everyone helps each other and not spam chat with rage. WoT also has people who tries to be friendly and that made matches enjoyable, but those people are the minority and that's sad. Most of the sessions ended with bad mood. Since the topic was about having break I wanted to share my reason of my break, but now after visiting Munster Tank Museum I'm feeling like giving the game another chance.

brisha #24 Posted 08 June 2014 - 09:53 PM

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Me to, fell less and less inclined to push the battle button. The SP mission really hacked me off, playing it mostly solo but spent 90% on the battles bottom tier and sub 40% win chance, the MM just doesn't want anybody with an above average win ratio and I lost 2%, no tin foil hat just facts, the amount of battles I had to play in these conditions was well above a coincidence.

 

The result is that I feel I either platoon up or lose, so WG are the losers because I will not be around much so no more gold purchases. It's supposed to be fun, but it's hard to have fun knowing your team is full of bots and players who are actually worse than bots.

 

Now they have even started to level out the maps and turn them in to alleys you have to go down, it's hard to believe they can actually make it worse, but there is one thing they are good at, and thats screwing up.



Jigabachi #25 Posted 08 June 2014 - 10:23 PM

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For me there is only one simple rule about gaming:

Always keep the addiction/fanboyism at level with game quality.

It's sometimes kinda hard to stick to that rule, especially if a game starts really good and then goes down the drain (*cough* WoT *cough*), but it will save you some serious trouble.

 

 



dyrewolfe #26 Posted 08 June 2014 - 11:04 PM

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Maybe thats why I feel okay (generally), as I only play  a couple of days a week, most weeks. That and my stats are finally showing signs of upward movement...

 

Don't think its healthy to play computers games every day...even though WG try to tempt us with these month-long missions.

 

As to the OP - I have no doubt he'll be back on the "tenk crack" before long...or at least once WG fulfil their promise to implement the Havok engine. :blinky:

 

 


Edited by dyrewolfe, 08 June 2014 - 11:07 PM.


flooodi #27 Posted 09 June 2014 - 06:33 AM

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... wrong topic :/

Edited by flooodi, 09 June 2014 - 06:57 AM.


DD_Zooly #28 Posted 09 June 2014 - 07:10 AM

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Had a few weeks weeks away (to play WT:GF) as it got to the point of wanting to punch the crap out of my monitor after pretty much every game!  Gave it a try recently and 3 games later (around 3 kills per game) and 3 losses later I still find myself getting the urge to commit a violent act on my monitor again so maybe more time is needed.

TankkiPoju #29 Posted 09 June 2014 - 07:29 AM

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I originally started playing WoT as soon as open beta hit the MMO market. 3 years ago.

 

Played originally for a year and then quit as I switched to BF3... stayed away for a full year. Then came back for a few months and quit again (BF4...).

 

Now Dark Souls 2 multiplayer wasn't the holy grail of online games it was supposed to be, and I'm back to WoT. Started grinding Russian heavies or the first time... And they are pretty fun. Totally overpowered, to be honest, at least on tiers 5-6 but I guess it's a change for me. Now if only WG would nerf Hellcat as they did to VK3601H...

 

The point of this is this is a free to play game. If you quit for a longer period, you can always come back and your tanks will be waiting.



Rozbrus #30 Posted 09 June 2014 - 09:57 AM

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Came back yesterady after 6 months to play few games with my nephew. It lasted exactly 4 games. The last one, we took out AT2, went to defend the other part of the map where those lemming morons did not go. I managed to kill a Pz III/IV, then started to hit a T34/85 and then I was oneshoted by an i*iot in an arty from the other end of the map. Well, this time I definitely used the uninstall button.

Slyspy #31 Posted 09 June 2014 - 10:20 AM

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View PostRozbrus, on 09 June 2014 - 10:57 AM, said:

Came back yesterady after 6 months to play few games with my nephew. It lasted exactly 4 games. The last one, we took out AT2, went to defend the other part of the map where those lemming morons did not go. I managed to kill a Pz III/IV, then started to hit a T34/85 and then I was oneshoted by an i*iot in an arty from the other end of the map. Well, this time I definitely used the uninstall button.

 

Your mistake was not to go with the train. 

 

Many people play games too intensely and burn out, especially competitive ones. I did the same with both Blood Bowl and poker online. Now Wot fills the same niche  as another game of skill and luck but since each match is so short and the setup so informal I don't feel trapped if my heart isn't in it. 



_kink_ #32 Posted 09 June 2014 - 02:02 PM

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I don't rage for a game :p

 

Better to do sport or spend time with friends if you're raging.



spidre #33 Posted 09 June 2014 - 02:48 PM

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DIDDUMS!!




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