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10-21-2011 @ 3:06PM
That is too much for any game. Break the math down. If its 14.99 x 12 months its about 179.88. Or if you do two of the prepaid 6 months at 77.94 x 2 = 155.88. D3 is not worth that much and add a pony to it still doesn't add up. I tried looking up the annual cost on the FAQ and did not see it. Also depends on when D3 is released. If its released Q1 of 2012 then why do this and just wait. If its Q4 of 2012 i can see doing this but you know if its free to play many from wow would leave to play d3 and not come back for a while and take their friends with them. Why pay to have wow and not play while on d3. When D3 is from what i heard f2p. Wake up people!
10-21-2011 @ 3:13PM
except that you also get 12 months of wow with it.... soo.... ummm...
10-21-2011 @ 3:31PM
Above this I just said as much but if you are playing wow anyway you are looking at an additional $24 IF you pay every 6 months vs monthly. Not sure at all what your point is. This is money subscribers are all ready paying. Top that off with the a mount being included ($25.00 for the last mount they sold) your math really isn't showing me how it breaks the game of wow or that Diablo 3 is worth less then $24.
10-25-2011 @ 8:42AM
@spamI find it funny that you seem to think that if anyone plays D3 they can´t possibly play any other game at the same time. Obviously this is not a deal for someone who isn´t going to be playing WoW for the next year, but for someone like me who is going to play D3 and Wow anyway this is a excelent offer.My Wow time will be reduced a bit when D3 comes out but i will still be playing WoW and other games for that matter.If you intend to leave Wow completely or temporarily then you should not get the annual pass wich seems obvious, just because this isn´t suitable for you and ppl like you doesn´t mean this isn´t a very good deal for many others.
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