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Originally Posted by Lxcivic2k1 View Post
This game violates one of my rules for gaming, which is one of the many reasons I don't play it. I refuse to pay to have access to a game I already bought, which is why I won't get XBL if I get a 360(good thing I'm getting a PS3 ).
Unfortunately for you, Home isn't going to be free for long apparently.
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lmao.



11.5 Million people with less lives than me! w00t.
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Originally Posted by Kentsfield View Post
You'd be surprised at the kind of people that play this game. I'd like to see the nerds that try making fun of WOW on the internet because how insecure they are.

On a side note, what the hell is LARPing?
what ever happened to people reading a thread before posting? like the 3rd or 4th post explains LARPing.
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We all know about M$ but this is starting to turn into Bli££ard.
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what ever happened to people reading a thread before posting? like the 3rd or 4th post explains LARPing.
Maybe if they explained it on the first page with video links as well as words explaining it people will get the point.
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Minus the cost to devolpers and constant patch updates
Minus the cost required for staff offices all over the globe
Minus the costs for servers
Minus the cost for taxes

and probably alot more costs.
It's been shown that they make far (far, far, far, far, FAR) more in one month than they spend in one month.
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For all those peole who don't like WoW cos of subscription fee:
fine, go play stupid GI Joe games on your console with 30 fps
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Originally Posted by dhrandy View Post
I will never pay a monthly fee to play a game!!!!!
Dude you think you're getting ripped off paying $15 a month to play? You're wrong! When you play WoW you actually save money. You have no other life. WoW IS your entertainment. You don't go out with the friends, you don't go on dates, you don't go exercise, you play WoW. Therefore, you save!
Edited by whitingnick - 12/26/08 at 1:39pm
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Originally Posted by whitingnick View Post
Dude you think you're getting ripped off paying $15 a month to play? You're wrong! When you play WoW you actually save money. You have no other life. WoW IS your entertainment. You don't go out with the friends, you don't go on dates, you don't go exercise, you play WoW. Therefore, you save!
lol

As for the money, sheesh people, WoW has a massive infrastructure behind it and it cost a lot to run over a 100 servers, do weekly maintainces, pay deveporer for constant content updates, balance improvements and bug fixes, keep several sites up, have huge costumer support staff in 5 languages, have a publicity crew, game masters, forum moderators and the list goes on and on. Since none has and won't have for sure hard numbers on the costs as well as earning (since it's not quite simple as 15 x 11.5m) please so all of us a favor and stop posting stupid comments on how rich is Blizzard. And even if Blizzard is getting crazy income for WoW, good for them? they deserved every penny and thanks for making best ever MMO, which is worth playing and paying for for over 4 years!
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