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7-23-2011 @ 12:06PM
I have a feeling SWTOR will have the same effect on me as DCUO (which I love). I'll buy it, play it nonstop for a month, then go back to WoW for a while, and around time in between patches when I get bored, I just buy another month of another MMO.
7-23-2011 @ 1:07PM
7-23-2011 @ 1:08PM
Ha, knew it was wise to c&p my original reply!I
7-23-2011 @ 1:11PM
Okay, you win./wrists
7-23-2011 @ 3:03PM
http://torwars.com is a great site all about SW:TOR.
7-23-2011 @ 3:33PM
I really want to try TOR, but I'm hoping the price comes down. I know the preorder prices I've seen are 59.99 for the normal set. I really hope that's just a placeholder number because i'm priced out of the game at that point.
7-23-2011 @ 3:54PM
@AmaxeNo, those are the prices. All new "AAA" titles cost $60. PC games have finally caught up to console pricing. But you get a free month of gameplay...Heck, even WoW was $50... and until about two years ago, $50 was the normal price for PC games.
7-23-2011 @ 3:55PM
Amaxe, it will not come down.Lucas is getting a nice cut of the gross, so prices must be high.In fact, I am predicting they will advance the sub price point to $20 or $25 a month.You would all pay that, and you know it.
7-23-2011 @ 8:25PM
Well, I guess I won't be going in until it gets older then. A pity, but I am not going to blow $60 for an unproven MMO... maybe if I get a windfall of unexpected money sure. But as it stands now, it would damage my budget too much.Shit...
7-23-2011 @ 8:27PM
...and I'm pretty sure I paid less than $50 for WoW when i got in in 2006.
7-23-2011 @ 10:05PM
I don't like the new $60 price, though that alone wouldn't keep me away. The two things holding me back are:- No confirmation of subscription prices.- The combination of the pre-order being currently unavailable to my country with the local Origin store having a localized banner saying they are available. I sincerely don't know what to expect; will pre-orders be available here? Is that banner an error?
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