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2-05-2009 @ 9:23AM
A single night of fast food is 7-10 bucks average. A single night at the movies is 10 bucks, maybe more if you grab popcorn and a drink. Renting a movie is 4 bucks. Going out on a friday night to the bar can be 20 or 30 bucks. A month worth of entertainment for 15 is, comparatively, very nice. Personally, I think if anything the economic downturn will assist in sales. When people have less money they try and make it go farther, especially in the entertainment department. It may be harder to get people to try the game, but once they do and once they start having fun its more likely to be a keeper.
2-05-2009 @ 2:31PM
A night at the movies is $10?! Wow, where do you go for movies? A ticket ALONE is $12.50... =x At least in BC.But I really agree with everyone - for what you get with WoW, $15.99 a month is really pennies. And hey, it warrents more brain activity than vegging out in front of the tv.On another note - my heart goes out to all those who have lost their jobs. =(
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