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11-09-2009 @ 9:49AM
INC! WALL OF TEXT!People always say this. But there was tons of MMOs that were suppose to beat WoW (WAR, Aion, to name to recent few), but they never did. In the game world, a company that has been going at it for a while (5 years) and has been doing a great job isn't just going to bet crushed. They know what they are doing. Plus people have invested time and money into Warcraft. Also many people know the lore and they like it, they want to see whats going to happen next, even if it does mean Tauren Paladins. How much money have you invested in wow? Lets assume you have been playing for 2 years, that's $360, not to mention $75+ for the game/xpac/xpac. If you have been playing for 5 years, as I have, you have spent around $900 (even as I type that, that number shocks me).Now when you talk of MySpace/Yahoo/AOL, how much money did you invest in those companies? Zero (well, maybe AOL, but that's besides the point).World of Warcraft will continue to be a great success as long as they have new expansions, content patches, and cater to all levels of players. (On that last note, games like WAR catered more towards pvp and some RP while games like Aion are almost completely devoted toward pve (8+ Hour raiding with no chance of leaving and coming back the next day)).
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