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9-19-2009 @ 11:37AM
Really? You think that the delayed release of a game in a country notorious for corruption, cronyism, and oppression might be politically motivated? MIGHT?GG, ace. That's some very sharp thinking you've done, there.
9-19-2009 @ 5:48PM
Time to stfu, haters. WOW china just re-launched this morning. Guess this guess that doesn't make you smarter. Chinese gamers have more MMOPRG games to play than people in the states. (if you don't know any, check Shanda, The 9, Perfect World, Sohu etc) Why wow is so special and politically sensitive? Overthinking it doesn't make you smarter either.http://www.warcraftchina.com/news/2009/9/19/3.html
9-19-2009 @ 5:55PM
@ashes: So China ISN'T known for corruption, cronyism, and oppression? And WoW WASN'T just offline there for months? And there WASN'T just a two-month beta period while they waited for government approval?So nice to know I just imagined all of that.
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