Errr Am I still one of this 10 million Subs, even if I`m not paying anything ? If Yes ... lol, if they count that as a Subscriber...
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Oh I`m sorry, I`m not 10, I`m 29, but I`m not very good in english...
Do you people own stock in Blizzard/Activision or something? I don't, and so it doesn't matter to me what their numbers are unless it means no more WOW for me to play.
Fake. wait need more characters hmm
From all things I've lost I miss my mind the most.
...so they "say" they have 10.000.000 ACTIVE Subscribers who still pay money, even if they are not playing MoP? Hard to believe for me.
Seems about right. I wasn't expecting it to break Cata sales yet, and if MoP proves to be a good expansion overall (and not just the start of it), the next expansion may do even better in sales on the first day.
I'm still gonna give it some time before I decide whether MoP will be worth getting or not.
I don't understand everyone saying "best expansion ever" when it's sold less in a week than Cataclysm sold in a day?
I'm not hatin', I'm just sayin', be realistic.
I haven't bought MoP yet but I've been considering it since I'm already bored of GW2. Time will tell...
With the current level of quality in MOP, I don't see it holding subs for long.
If they put some more lvl 80 content in the game besides Orr/Frostsound it'll be great (I have no problem grinding for cosmetics as long as the content I'm grinding is fun). GW2 overall as a game is fun, it's just a bit lacking at the moment.
Honestly WoW was always the same way though. You get to max level and PvE wise all you really have is Heroics to gear for Raiding. After you have your Raid gear then you're in the same position I'm in in GW2.
How are people praising this? Can anyone justify not being worried that not even a third of the Subscribers have bought the MoP? That's really bad news, not good news.
Breakdown of my life's value: 10% of what happens to me, good or bad. 90%, is how I react to the 10%.
Yup, WoW is officially in the gutter. 10 million? What does that even mean? I'm surprised blizzard is still in business. $130,000,000 a month is terrible for any business. Cant people just accept that WoW is dead? I guess those lonely 10 Million people are just blind to reality.