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8-22-2008 @ 2:52PM
The recruit a friend is the biggest f-u to people who leveled multiple charcters on there own and recruited family and friends who did the same with out all these so called perks. Recruit a friend is a corporate scheme to make more cash. It's totally financially driven and anyone who thinks likewise is a sucker and I have a bridge I would love to sell them. Blizzard you sold out for the almighty $. For shame!!! Blizzard with this new move is like an awesome rock band who sell their song to sell bubble gum. Can you say sell outs? If you want to make leveling faster thats fine but this is not the way to do it. I notice in your article you did not mention the level jumping...just left that out??? The ultimate of all cheating moves. What's next blizzard going to start selling level 70 charcters like the powerlevers? Might as well, they are practically doing it anyway.
8-22-2008 @ 3:34PM
"Blizzard you sold out for the almighty $."Why do you think they made the game in the first place? Sure as hell wasn't "Hey Bob! Wanna know what would be fun! Creating an epic MMORPG video game that will attract millions of people! What's that? No, of course we would only do it for fun, money's not important."
8-22-2008 @ 5:08PM
@Blayed: Actually, Blizzard were rather surprised at how popular WoW became. Now they sit firmly on the throne of MMORPG gaming. When it comes to making money, they have been hugely successful. So, what people are puzzled about is why they're resorting to desperate marketing schemes like R-a-F.
8-22-2008 @ 5:15PM
So I suppose that anything that is upgraded later is a ripoff huh? Like the cars that have the better fuel economy, or the computer with more memory, or even the 2nd in a series of video games. Those are all ripoffs because we arent giving new cars or computers away? Come on man think about it.
8-23-2008 @ 4:39AM
Your analogy doesn't really suit R-a-F particularly well. You shouldn't embrace everything new and call it "progress" just because it happens to benefit yourself. Especially when there's obviously better solutions easily within reach.If I were to follow your line of thought, I would have to make my friends buy new cars in order to make gas pumps work at triple speed.
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