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9-13-2007 @ 3:00PM
The concept makes sense, it's been done in movies for years now. Look at Transformers, once it "claimed" the July 4th weekend, every other movie stayed away. Even now, the new Iron Man has a date, Indiana Jones has a date and even Watchmen, which literally started filming a few days ago, already has a release date of March '09. So the idea of not coming out with a competitor isn't new (even videogames have this happen, is anything but Halo 3 coming out at the end of this month?) but the idea of peaks and valleys for an ongoing game is new and interesting. The time investment for games like this are different so timing is different. A movie is only 2 hours, where an MMO can take up years. Scheduling games "around" WoW shows the sheer size of this game.
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