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7-14-2011 @ 3:08PM
I'm cool with this. 1) It doesn't confer any sort of in-game advantage in terms of gearing, forming groups, personal power, or advancing through content.2) If I find grouping with real friends on other servers useful to me, then paying for it, since it is, in fact, a NEW service that wasn't available before, is okay. If it isn't useful to me, then I won't pay for it. Either way, I am not being charged any more for the game I purchased than I was before.It all comes down t what they decide to charge for it, really.This isn't some revolutionary thing, really.
7-14-2011 @ 4:48PM
This. A million times this. I think that the main argument that people are using is based on a certain sense of entitlement. Players believe that they are entitled to this new feature because it should have already been implemented etc etc but this feature isn't game breaking nor does it give people advantages over others. Lastly this feature is new, and as consumers we should already know that anything new is never free. It happens in every other realm of consummation and wow should be and clearly is no different. No one argues over why they think they are entitled to have free cheese on their hamburgers in mcdonalds or burger king. You either don't or you pay the added fee.
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