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4-16-2009 @ 6:14AM
OK i will show you here what is a chinese wower PoV about this news:The service of the9 in the past years was no good at all. Players experiensed horrible game lagging, hacking, BG and Arena cheating Blah blah blah. But the real problem is not that. The biggest point in our chinese wower commonly is that NetEase is a company full of crap. Yes, the MMOs Netease hold is even worse than the9. First Netease do nothing after they cheated the battle.net service from the pervious company in China. No server, No game, that is all. The Pervious company (Aomei Soft.) brought chinese players from SC to War3 ,nearly everything. NerEase just kick Aomeisoft out and do nothing from then on. Yeah, Just Nothing.Second. NetEase is a company with heavily relationship of the Beijing Gov. Their plan is somehow murder WOW with newspaper, shiping delay( that's why WotLK sill not in China mainland) and swept the mmo market with their own crap game.(crap beyond your imagination, gentelmen, NetEase sell game gold in their own games LoL). After hearing the news, my guide mates are all joking each other with:Maybe we need to pay 1 dollar for each time entering Zones. Maybe we need to buy game gold to repair. and May we see epic weapon selling on NetEase's homepages. ---And all these are what Netease doing with their own games.Sad, Blizzard is again being cheated by Netease for the second time.the 9 maybe not a good partner, but NetEase would be worse. I will bring you here what chinese wower's thoughts laterly.
4-16-2009 @ 11:00AM
Sounds like wow players in China are getting screwed then.
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