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11-05-2009 @ 1:58PM
oh lord, if they piss off the casual players and pet collectors this game is going to crash so hard.On topic: As for the OP, I'm guessing there a many more things about this game that are frustrating him other than $$ for vanity pets, amirite? Speaking as a 2-time quitter, the urge to quit is usually brought on by a series of small changesRight now my quit-meter is about half-way recharged. This worries me, not because Blizzard will start selling epics for cash (that would never happen), but I worry that only the 'good stuff' that doesn't affect gameplay will be in the store, and from here on out the 'mediocre stuff' will be available in-game for free. This will be especially troubling when they start selling mounts, as I'm more of a mount person. Developers have to make 'stuff' and time costs money. This is extra-scary with the fat cat Bob Kotick driving the cash van.For now I will withhold judgement, but I must say this was actually a good article. It seemed well thought out, and it represented both sides of the argument. Nice one.
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