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2-08-2012 @ 8:08PM
Is there nothing Blizzard won't do for a buck?
2-08-2012 @ 8:44PM
Indeed! How dare businesses try to make money! HOW DARE THEY!*le sigh*
2-08-2012 @ 8:46PM
Soooooooooo...you're suggesting that a gigantic corporation centered around entertainment shouldn't explore various avenues of revenue? Beyond that, it's WoW monopoly. Big whoop.
2-08-2012 @ 9:19PM
If you don't like Blizzard's methods or variety of products, you probably shouldn't be here. Why can't you look at this in a more positive light? I come from an MMO world where we had nothing (Anarchy Online/AoC anyone?). I am sooo grateful for all the sweet WoW merch and extra services I can get. To top it off, quite a few months back poking around while doing some holiday shopping, I saw a stack of different themed Monopoly sets and, being the only board game I like, I said to my gf, "Man, I wish they would just make WoW Monopoly." -- Wish Granted! (Now if only she liked either one of those...)
2-09-2012 @ 1:29AM
It could be a lot worse. Like how EA is pimping out every possible bit of ME3 merchandise possible.
2-09-2012 @ 5:33AM
It's not like we can go out and buy a warcraft toothbrush, warcraft paper towels, warcraft car mats, warcraft bed sheets, warcraft lamps, tablecloths, plates... I mean yes, they market themselves, but mostly it's pretty cool stuff. They aren't whoring themselves out like a certain franchise set in a galaxy far, far away.
2-09-2012 @ 11:44AM
But. . . but. . .now that you've said it, I think that I might actually WANT Warcraft floor mats.
2-09-2012 @ 8:36PM
Screw all that, I want Warcraft: The Flamethrower.
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