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10-23-2009 @ 7:03AM
"In other words, the biggest audience for WoW (during this time period -- this is over ten days in July of this year) is raiders, who show up on time at 8 and end the raid around 3 hours later."That seems a little bit of an assumption. It could also be casual players after they have returned home from work, had dinner with the wife, watched the evening news and then gone to play at 8pm until just before midnight when they go to bed to be ready for tomorrow. It might even be school kids who having done their homework (yeah right) and taken out the trash get to their parent allowed time to play so come in and play casually, hardcore whatever?You can see a *very* similar usage chart for Second Life too, I am going to bet pretty strongly that those people are not raiding in their sex dungeons.Nah, not raiders clocking in and out but normal usage patterns of people with jobs, school, and the like.
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