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8-05-2009 @ 11:02AM
I’m with you on this. I hit the 2 year mark back in April, and in that time I have spent about $120 on the game and another $360 on subscriptions. That’s about 40 bucks a month over the 24 month span. Hardly a drop in the bucket compared to alternatives.The better half and I easily spend $60-70 if we go out for dinner and a movie. Add accordingly if we decide we want to drink away from home. That’s one night! Some of us even get more of a value out of the game depending on the hourly breakdown.Though I liked the TBC setup of end game a little more, it would have made sense to have ZA, then BT, then Sunwell, but it I would guess Blizzard was still mastering this whole patch thing.Patches are free, or we at least get a lot more for our money now that they are so massive with content compared to patches I have seen prior to TBC. I know they aren’t actually free because the initial cost of the expansion is probably factored when the patches are mapped out before the expansion ever hits the shelves.With all that being said, after hopping ingame last night, I was a little disappointed in the new content. It was a little lacking compared to the oomph previous patches have brought to the game.
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