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5-27-2010 @ 5:19PM
While cool, I think it's garbage that you have to pay for it, and really it'll give people that use it an unfair advantage over people that don't. What's next, being able to buy epic items with cash also? I mean, c'mon Blizz, stop nickel and diming us every chance you get...
6-02-2010 @ 5:08PM
I don't really see that Blizzard is giving an advantage to players that pay for this. You're paying for convenience. That's about it. Now I can view auctions from my phone or web browser without starting up wow. Big deal. That doesn't give me anymore of a game advantage than someone else who camps the auction house. Same thing, really. With that being said... I do agree that this should be a free service. I was just thinking today that I am getting micro-transactioned to death these days. $3 for xbox live a month. $9 for unlimited netflix streaming. $2 for Ventrillo. You get the point. The list goes on.
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