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11-25-2011 @ 6:59PM
I wish they would offer a lifetime subscription. Pay once and be subscribed until the game itself is terminated.
11-25-2011 @ 7:32PM
Something like a lifetime subscription can backfire drastically. Who could have imagined 7 years ago that WoW would still be kicking it and leading the pack? Who knows where it will be 7 years from now? Imagine the revenue lost if developers anticipate a game's life-cycle to be 4 years, but it ends up to be 10. These people put the games out as a way to make money after all.
11-25-2011 @ 7:39PM
This would be a terrible idea from a financial standpoint. Could you imagine purchasing a game for approximately $50, and then having to pay a one-time fee for lifetime access? Even if they only charged the ridiculously low amount of $150, the number of people who would do that is far less than the millions they have right now who don't mind the slow bleed of $15 a month.
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