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4-29-2009 @ 5:06PM
I wonder if Blizzard will get annoyed and change their EULA to ban charging for addon downloaders. lol
4-29-2009 @ 5:50PM
You failed to mention that these were all INCLUDED features before the premium service.
4-29-2009 @ 6:06PM
Curse Gaming and there money grubbing corporate pigs can DIAF as far as I'm concerned.
4-29-2009 @ 8:56PM
BOO!! Hissss They ban WoW Matrix and then pop up with an add on client I have to pay for to avoid using the crappy one they already hacked up like some chunky furball ? What do they think we are stupid!
4-30-2009 @ 6:01AM
Oh please.Servers are free.Developer time to create the downloader is free.Bandwidth to host it all is free.If it's all free how dare they CHARGE us for it? Right guys? Right?I dont't plan on using the paid service, but they are well in their right to do what they intend to do.It's great that they are providing some of the service for free.Remember WoWAceUpdater? They didn't charge a thing for their services, look where that ended up. Had to take it all down because the costs were too high and revenue was negligible.
4-30-2009 @ 9:29AM
Spoiler: if your client currently states you have a premium account, and you haven't payed... you're bugged.Stop complaining about them gimping the software, it didn't mean to unlock itself for you.
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