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11-04-2009 @ 3:27PM
Wow... /quit wowI see microtransactions being legit in free to play games, but this?
11-04-2009 @ 3:41PM
Yeah, I hear you. I mean, how dare Blizzard try to make money by offering items for sale outside of the monthly subscription fee. And how dare they make these items available for people willing to pay for them, but not available for people who would rather spend money on something else. I mean, here we have an opportunity for people to purchase non-combat pets that will not make one damn bit of difference as far as you are concerned, other than you may run into one in a 5-man or at the bank.Oh, wait. I see, Blizzard has sent "representatives" to your house and they now have you held hostage with a cattle prod hooked up to your genitals with the understanding that you must buy one of these pets or your twig and berries are going to get cooked. I hate it when that happens.
You afraid some non-combat pets are going to affect your gameplay ?I dont get why people have a problem with this but dont have any problem with the racial or faction changes that were added and have a much greater impact on the game's balance.Plus half the money from the Pandaren goes to a great cause
11-04-2009 @ 3:42PM
Since when was $10 Micro? I think $10 is pretty much a major transaction as you can buy vanilla wow now for $19.But this wont prevent me from buying at least the panda...although I also want the mini KT.
11-04-2009 @ 4:16PM
Yeah, wow, i mean- how dare they! Making pets you can purchase without having to get a collector's edition, or a blizzcon ticket, or participation in the arena tournament...I think that it's great for people who are able and willing to spend money for pets but maybe don't want to get forced into other things.
11-04-2009 @ 5:52PM
Yeah, you can start crying when Blizz starts offering lvl 80 characters or Tier sets for real money. Until such time, clean the sand out of your bajango please.http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/slippery-slope.html
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