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9-04-2008 @ 5:00PM
Oh sure, Blizzard claims WoW won't work on a console, despite the hundreds of millions of console in circulation right now, but putting it on a limited set of TELEPHONES with a base of less than a million people is a SURE THING.Here's a giant hint: They're not putting WOW on a phone. At most they're putting a WoW-themed CHAT CLIENT on a phone. You can check your auctions, chat with your guild, check your guild's event calendar, do some bank alt stuff, etc.Full fledged WoW on a phone isn't going to happen.
9-04-2008 @ 5:06PM
Need I remind you that no matter how amazing you think your phone is, there are full-blown laptops being manufactured to this day that can only just barely run WoW with everything turned down to the bare minimum, and your phone goes nowhere near a laptop in terms of speed, ram, storage, or performance.You'll never see someone Raiding on their iPhone. Ever.Chat/Mail/Auction/Inventory interface. There's your "mobile WoW"Or you could go on believing that Blizzard is going to put millions of dollars, and millions of man-hours into dumbing down the size, look, and shape of WoW so that the very very select few WoW players out there with a capable phone can install wow (For FREE, no less, since we already bought the game and paid for a subscription, why would we want to pay for it again?) and play.Gee. On second glance, that above scenario sounds like MONEY IN THE BANK.I love you all.
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