Pity. Of course, TOR didn't really bring much *new* to the table - and the voice acting really had the potential to slow down content release, honestly. It gained the description of a "single player RPG you have to play online," and that was fairly accurate.
[citation][nom]killerclick[/nom]I love that this failed, love it!All we wanted was KOTOR III[/citation]
"The MMO peaked at 1.7 million subscribers in February. Since SW: TOR is primarily story-driven, not enough new content was being pumped out to hold subscriber interest, leaving SW:TOR with 400,000 less subscriptions by May."
The last reported subscriber count is 1.3 million, not 400k. 400k was the number of subs lost in the last quarter.
I can't say much for later parts of the game, but I was in the beta and I had a lot of fun playing it. I just didn't sub when it was released because I try to avoid MMO's since they tend to steal your soul...and your life.