Sep 21st 2011 1:51PM Couple of Q for teh Q.
Why doesn't the well of eternity under Nordrassil look all that impressive in WoW?
Shouldn't magic users near the well of eternity get a huge power boost?
Now that Nordrassil is looking much healthier, have the Night Elves regained their immortality?
Jun 25th 2011 7:17AM @Khai mann Already cancelled my subscription and told them exactly why, for all the good that it's worth.
Aug 31st 2010 4:18PM To me, a pack of emotes is not worth $8. So I won't buy it. That's all there is to it, no need to go into a frothing nerd rage about double dipping subs / MTs.
On a related note the other super boosters were worth it, so I did buy some of them.
Aug 4th 2010 3:39PM Scene: Blizzard Boardroom
Blizzard Director 1) Hey guys, people like turning into a Furbolg, we can't have that. Let's delete the item.
Blizzard Director 2) Hey I've got a better idea, lets make the quest item only work in Ashenvale, and then later on release a furbolg costume in our cash shop. That's sure to make us an extra few millions.
Jun 13th 2010 7:17AM Garrosh to his architects: I gotta fever, and the only perscription is MOAR SPIKES!!11
Feb 24th 2010 11:56AM "In-Game E-mail: You can now use in-game e-mails to send Influence/Infamy to your own characters or to other players' characters via in-game e-mails. (You still cannot send Influence, Infamy, or items from a Hero to a Villain or vice versa.)"
Cool. Giving serious thought to rejoining the fight!
Jan 30th 2010 9:57AM Has Turbine ever commented on how much better or worse DDO is doing now in terms of revenue generation ?
Jan 28th 2010 4:04PM Both gamers are overseen by the same people, Roper & Emmett so don't get your hopes up that they won't do to ST:O what they did to CO.
Jan 28th 2010 4:01PM Cryptic deserve the hate they get. And this debacle with ST:O is just history repeating itself. Massive launch day changes, life-time subscriptions that you can only buy before you can try the game, subscription model game with RTM cash shop. It won't be long before they're selling new content, just like they are now with CO.
Jan 28th 2010 3:59PM Cryptic are just in it for the money, which is fine, they are a business after all. But they could at least maintain the pretense that they are a respectable games studio, instead of looking like a set of money grubbers who only see their customers as big, fat cash cows to be drained dry and then tossed aside.