|Yay, this has happened 79 times! It felt really different than the 78th!|
No one has ever played world of warcraft.
There's an apparently incongruent idea.
Remember before you'd ever drunk any beer? Okay, imagine you started drinking your first beer, but you get through say a quarter of it, then throw it away.
Have you drunk a beer yet?
Perhaps you'd say no.
Now, what if you did it again? Drank a quarter, threw the rest away. Again and again. Have you ever really had a beer?
Okay, now, have you ever finished a game of world of warcraft (or any other mmorpg, for that matter)?
"But it's different! It's supposed to be endless"
So? It still means you haven't finished even one game of it.
"It doesn't matter, world of warcraft and other mmorpgs get an arbitrarily shifting definition of play so I end up right on this matter!"
Note: I'm wondering about warhammer online, with it's city sieges. These perhaps qualify, in the way many a person measure it, as an an ending. So perhaps more people, many more people, have played warhammer than have played wow? Heh.