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3-07-2008 @ 10:46AM
It all depends on how it is done. If they decrease my monthly subscription fee because they defrayed the cost by putting up a Pepsi banner over the entrance into the auction house I am okay with that. But what I would not put up with is the game forcing me to sit in front my computer and watch halo trailer before it let me into the realm.=====================http://doctorsofphilosophy.blogspot.com/
3-07-2008 @ 10:48AM
Though not an RPer myself, I would still argue that any real-world advertising has absolutely no place in the "World" of Warcraft. Unless the mighty Pepsi Titans of planet Cola are the new faction in Lich King, that brand doesn't belong in the game.
3-07-2008 @ 10:58AM
Okay. Let's turn the table a little bit. What if they let you play the game for free but the game have in-game advertising. Is that okay?
3-07-2008 @ 11:43AM
Yes. Idk about a pepsi sign here or an Axe Body Spray quest. But on the same token, I agree it would ruin the RP servers. I dont play on a RP server, nor to I partake, but to each his own. If your a hardcore RP'r then by no means are you going to accept a Iron Forge being renamed the PEPSI center. I don't think we will see it in the game of WoW, but if we do there will be an uprising and that 9mil+ player base they have will cease to exist.
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