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12-11-2008 @ 7:10AM
@ShasmoSorry I've been a professional programmer for over 10 years and your argument is simply ludicrous.Some things are easier to change than others, an extension of this capability to race and faction would be absolutely trivial by comparison to the effort of creating new content. Additionally profits are weighed in more than the flat subscription rate and incidental fees. You have to consider the volume of the people using those services to come up with an expectation of income. If services attract more customers (without raising the flat incident fee) then the additional revenue can exceed the development costs and individual customers do not have to pay any extra.
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