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10-10-2011 @ 8:38PM
Some people will say, "Activision-Blizzard is being greedy / milking their customers". To which I say, "your point being?". Corporations are supposed to be making a profit; the question is not "are they greedy?", but "are their actions ethical?". And I would say that in this case, I don't see a reason why the answer is "no".The current theory is, people will trade these cubs for gold to buy BoEs. Fair enough, works in theory; but seriously though, how many people actually care to get these things? It's not like they can help you in combat, PvP or PvE. I feel people are seriously overestimating the popularity of something that is essentially useless.
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