Aion is quite a bit of grinding, but I guess it just depends on people's interests. I don't mind it. Actually, I kind of enjoy it. I like traveling around and seeing all their places and people and on and on.
@haseoangelofdeath: There's a new building in San Francisco that opened up in August that revolves around manga/anime and Japanese culture in general. :) Pretty nifty, check out their site if you'd like to be nosy, see what they've got to offer.
@cfatalis: Yeah, the noobs are pretty bad. >___> For a while there was an ongoing thing that Aion got stuck with all of WoW's nooblets. My bf and I both played Aion in its beta, and we both liked it, but once it was released for sale in the US, he just went back to WoW. I stuck with Aion.
Never got to play the other online FF. Had some friends who liked it though. When does the new one release?
@cfatalis: @______@ I'm sure they'd have plenty of monies. And of course there will always be the hardcore fanatics who want nothing else, but I think the majority of players on WoW would welcome a new game to play after exhausting wow.
Just like there was a heapload of people that quit WoW to move over to Aion, and prefer it. I prefer Aion over WoW personally. It appeals to me more and it's new and different.
Title says all. World of Warcraft, which has been dragging on for quite some time now but still manages fun, interesting gameplay with lore to match, or Aion, a recently released mmorpg based out of Korea with beautiful graphics and nifty new lore.