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1-27-2010 @ 2:58PM
The killing blow on the iPad.
1-27-2010 @ 3:26PM
ROFL for the WoW industry at least. We'll see if Apple gets the print media industry like it did the music industry.
1-27-2010 @ 3:34PM
Of all the things it has going against it, I think the inability to run WoW is near the bottom.#1 is probably the fact that it sounds like an electronic feminine hygiene product.
1-27-2010 @ 5:02PM
I beg to differ. The inability to run WoW is the biggest thing that keeps the iPad from being a complete laptop replacement for me. It's not going to happen, though: the device doesn't have the power to do it, Blizzard isn't going to invest in building and testing their game for a completely different interface and OS, and installing/updating add-ons would be nigh on impossible without a familiar computer file system.(But if Blizzard did decide to make a WoW for the iPad - which, again, isn't going to happen - they could very well have it include a built-in authenticator...)
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