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5-26-2010 @ 7:39PM
I could cite 3 reasons why Blizzard can ask an extra fee:1. The application is a new "game element" on mobile platforms. You also pay for other games coming out for that platform and since it is an extension to WOW, why not ?2. I consider the I-pod and I-phone overpriced toys anyway (just like the Mac's are 50% too expensive compared to PC's). So why not ? Those people already paid without much knowledge of price settings.3. As long as people buy "pets" and other merchandising things from anything they like... why not?I would like to see other WoW and even Blizzard features on moblie platforms though and everyone has to decide if it's worth it or not.Discussion closed.
5-27-2010 @ 10:15AM
Oh well, if YOU said the discussion is closed, I guess it closed.Of course, no one was discussing whether or not Blizzard CAN charge a fee. Of course they can charge a fee. They're a business offering a new service. I don't think that discussion was even open to begin with.I'm pretty sure discussion of whether or not its a good business practice, how it affects consumer satisfaction or what it means for Blizzard's position in the market are all ongoing not subject to your authority.
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