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AoC: Baby Come Back - Falling in Love with Age of Conan Again

Posted Tue, Oct 14, 2008 by Savanja

It has been such a long road for Age of Conan with much upheaval and many changes and while some might think that players cling to this game like a teen girl in rocky relationship, others know the potential that is just begging to be set free.

Come take a look from this player's point of view, a new game being born from the shadow of technical troubles and content disappointments.


If you haven't heard, Age of Conan has a new Master and he's whipping this puppy into shape! If there has been anything that AoC fans are hungry for, it is a Game Director and developer team that would listen to the cries and pleas of the public and we have been granted this. Craig 'Silirrion' Morrison has taken the helm with the promise to focus more on community feedback and his plans are Earth shattering to say the least.

Come take a look from this player's point of view, a new game being born from the shadow of technical troubles and content disappointments. We will highlight the changes that have already been made and those that are just on the horizon to discover why Savanja is falling in love with Age of Conan all over again and just knows that you will too.

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