What I want more than anything, is another game that I can get attached to and really call my hobby. Something I've realized just now, coming from GW2. I've played GW2 since beta amassing 2k hours. I've done literally everything in the game . Everything. And I waited for the game for a long time before it came out, playing gw1 and a few other MMOs. So, I played it so long and what not.. and I obviously kept playing for some reason.. but I'm looking back now and thinking.. I'll never have nostalgia tied to GW2. It was all cool and what not the first time, some stuff i didn't like, etc.. but nothing I'll ever look back and want to re-live. I've played AoC, Aion, WoW, WAR and GW1. They all gave me nostalgia, had parts that stood out to me that make me miss them even now. I never really liked WoW. I didn't enjoy Aion too much, AoC I did love pvp-wise, and GW1 was my main game so I have a ton of memories tied to it. I did find little things I liked through out all of those games. But why do the games I didn't enjoy that much, but have cool little details give me a sense of nostalgia just like the games I definitely had an awesome time on? And why did GW2, a game I played more than all but gw1, not even bother me to leave behind? I can't think of anything I'd ever look back and enjoy in it, it was all so 'meh'. Will Wildstar be one of those games? What exactly causes us to tie ourselves to a game so much that we're nostalgic about it? Is it how comfortably we can play the game? The amount of fun we have? How remarkably detailed parts of it are? Is it something a game developer can even control? I -want- Wildstar to give me that kind of attachment. GW2 entirely fell short in many ways for me, and I did have some good times but it all felt overly done in some ways and lazy in others. And it was even more polished than any of the other games I've played by far, except for GW1 and WoW! And games are being made a certain way anymore, is it even possible for folks like me to feel that way towards newer games now? Wildstar is looking to be better than any other MMO I've seen so far, and I can't exactly find anything wrong with it. (could use some blood an more mature themes in a few areas though /wink) If this turns out to be what I think it is (and trust me I'm not hyping over it) then it's going to be a memorable ride, and I hope it's one that we'll look back on in the time after it's gone.