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6-26-2008 @ 3:13AM
I'm not sure if I've got this wrong or right, but I ordered my copy already anyway. According to amazon.com, the Lich King will be released on November 3rd, 2008:http://www.amazon.com/World-Warcraft-Wrath-Lich-Expansion/dp/B000VJTJNE/ref=pd_bbs_sr_5?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&qid=1214464301&sr=8-5
6-26-2008 @ 3:53AM
Thats just retailers trying to cash in on pre-order money. They dont know a release date anymore than we do. Its just a guess.
6-26-2008 @ 5:28AM
A|mazon have been saying it will be out since January 2008.TBH that's fraud when they know for sure that no release date has been set.Someone needs to do something about this.
6-26-2008 @ 6:27AM
@ superfrank, it isnt fraud unless they take your money and don't send the merchandise. dates of release are always subject to change. so as long as you recieve the game when it is actually released, there is no fraud.
6-26-2008 @ 10:26AM
Also, you must realize that e-commerce sites like amazon are databases. The release date is more than likely a required field for them to even create the entry. They have to put something in, you cant just leave a release date blank on something that people are ordering. Yes, they could have a place holder for the release date instead of choosing an actual date, but if the game/movie/etc was delayed and not released for months after the target, then they would have missed out on potential income if they dont list a specific date (accurate or not). It all comes down to buyer beware. If blizzard hasn't released a date, then use a little common sense and dont worry about what anybody else is saying.
6-26-2008 @ 12:16PM
nov 3 is a monday, games and most other media(ie movies and cds) get released on tuesday.
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