yes it does I am afraid --morally every public company ( ie those with shareholders ) has a moral and legal obligation to make as much money for their shareholders as possible .
Last edited by Sul; 2014-01-18 at 05:52 AM.
Is it just me or are people getting all paranoid about something that, yet again, is only related to Asia?
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You pay to access current content. Not for current content and to assure unlimited extra content at no additional cost.
WoWhead back in 5.3? They're pretty helpful in finding out about mounts you may not know exist; just keep in mind that it's a little dated.
Didn't get past the first two pages of this ridiculous and pointless thread, but GODDAMN are people ignorant.
-Believe leveling is something that needs to be done, you are wrong.
-Believe that actually leveling teaches people how to play, you are wrong.
-Believe that more max level characters somehow negatively affects you, you are wrong.
-Believe that you are a special snowflake, and you had to walk uphill both ways to Molten Core and so should everyone else, you are wrong.
-Believe that buying a near max (or max during MoP, if it launches) is pretty much Pay-to-Win, you are wrong. (Since when is the goal of WoW to "win" by reaching max level that that's it?)
-Believe that Blizzard should be vilified for making money as a business, through features many players/customers have asked for, you are wrong. And also naive.
Activision should sell the new character models for $20 each.
It's only cosmetic.
The people saying it doesn't affect others are beings naive and not giving this any thought at all.