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5-05-2010 @ 8:51PM
Sure, and I play it for similar reasons: it's cheaper than most hobbies, it allows me to scratch an itch (consumption without spending actual money), and it's a social game, and I've got a really nice guild with people I enjoy. I play the game for enjoyment, but I have no illusions that the game is designed to get me to pay, rather than specifically to be fun to play, and there is a difference. Let's be honest, how many times can you do the same content over and over and keep it fresh? There's a reason most games, even large ones like GTA, Mass Effect or Assassin's Creed are finished in weeks, perhaps months: that's all you really need, and that's about as long as they're fun for. You can stretch it out with multiplayer, but even then, there's only so much of it that's fun, and you can wring that much out when you want to.
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