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12-30-2008 @ 10:45PM
Yes, but slower growth can be a sign of levelling off. Something Blizzard would not want. I doubt they are in danger thoughAn interesting chart. AoC and WAR were billed as the games that would outdo WoW, and the reviews at the times seem to indicate it could not deliver.Of course I'd like to see the charts for how WoW did in the early days compared to EQ and others. Did it stumble then? or was it still strong then?The long run is what will matter. When everyone hits 80, will WoW content be fresh still or will we all be bored with it?That's when we may see some shifting
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