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3-26-2009 @ 11:50AM
MMO's are profitable, but they cut in on profits of other games.Instead of buying a regular game every 2-3 months, many play MMOs for years and ignore most of other games completly.
3-26-2009 @ 12:46PM
^^ this.I have been an avid gamer for 30 years (yeah I'm 40) and used to buy a game a week or a month depending how good it was.When I discovered The Dark Age of Camelot I stuck with that for 3 years. I moved to WoW two weeks after it's release and have only bought one other game since. (GTA4 if you're interested!)
3-26-2009 @ 1:11PM
Yeah I dont agree with you there. Really any game that comes out can cut into another games profits. When RE5 came out some people who use WoW game cards may have not bought them for a few months so they could get RE5, so Capcom could have cut into Blizzards profits there. Everytime a big new game comes out a good bit of people in my guild are talking about it. Many went and got RE5 when it came out. They always talk about stuff coming out for 360 or PS3.I still get games for my Wii and PC. We even play them while waiting for raids to form or during AFK periods or whenever we dont feel like doing the WoW grind.I think it really just depends on how much of a gamer you are, how much you like variety you like in your game genres and how devoted you become to one game.
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