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12-17-2011 @ 3:52AM
I played Clone Wars in Beta 2 weekends before the big open beta.Dead plastic world and avatars.EA at its best. It's not so much as "the right to play another game", it is more that EA's sw tor is ONLY developped to hunt for the same kind of subscription money Blizzard got in the past. See WAR, see Rift etc...The only difference is that Blizzard wanted to make a HELL of a game and stumbled by accident on over 500K players. 5 years of copycats as a result.While these new games are just made to copy the printing of money. Result: no critters, no seasons, no day/night cycles, no life and cities "painted in the back ground".Still I find my ease by KNOWING the subscription model will soon come to and end as no living person will want to pay subscriptions anymore when Blizzard will introduce the RMAH in their free to play games.I hope they do it as soon as possible so Lucas the Hutt can XXX his lost money.
12-17-2011 @ 9:03AM
You are assuming a heck of a lot, thinking that the D3 auction house is going to stop the sub model for WoW. Even if it was brought into WoW, there still we be a majority of people who prefer to pay for a sub for many reasons. Eve Online still has a majority of players who pay for the sub instead of playing the economy for "free" time.
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