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3-29-2012 @ 11:37AM
That doesn't make sense, at all, and on a number of levels. As a bit of an example, I'm in several very large guilds, with people who are for the most part parents with jobs and a family of their own. A lot of them grew up on games like Pokemon and are ecstatic to see a lot of it making a comeback into their favorite hobby. I know I for one am excited for Pet Battles--for, if anything the turn-based strategy aspect of it.And from a more black-and-white perspective regarding money: WoW currently holds subscriber numbers heads and tails over any of the closest competitors. They would be shooting themselves in the foot majorly to make the biggest selling subscription-based MMO on the market into a f2p market on merely a hope on the popularity on a game that no one really knows anything about at this point. I'd be closer to thinking they would make Titan an f2p game rather than WoW any time soon.
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