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1-18-2012 @ 7:03PM
Hal, you are completely out of your mind if you think people wouldn't buy a DLC for WC3. Are the graphics dated? Sure they are. But I played through WC3 just last year, and the gameplay and story hold up, it's still a great game worth a play through if you haven't done it in a while. I think you didn't catch the other part of my point, which is that producing a DLC for WC3 would be super, super cheap, since the art, game system, and infrastructure for the game are there, they just have to make some new maps and maybe a few new hero models. I'm no videogame expert but I can't imagine it would cost blizz more than a million bucks to make a DLC for WC3, which would mean at 5 bucks a pop, they'd only need 200,000 people to buy it to break even or 100k for 10 bucks a pop.Gameplay over graphics. Tell me, would you rather play a warcraft 3 dlc, or something like, say, dragon age 2?
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