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Posted: Jan 22nd 2008 12:03PM (Unverified) said

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I think it is possible this is a marketing ploy. I don't think you should underestimate a companies ability to market a product. By delaying this game by a short period they dont lose many subscribers but they extend and encourage the anticipation for the game. I m not saying it is the reason for the delay but I wouldnt be surprised if it was, and you should suggest it as a possibility.

Posted: Jan 22nd 2008 12:15PM (Unverified) said

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I don't know how well that theory holds water, but I wouldn't say it's 100% impossible. Still, AoC would lose a lot more subscribers if they didn't delay it and released a buggy product.

Give 'em the benefit of the doubt, I guess is what I"m sayin'.
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Posted: Jan 22nd 2008 3:06PM Ghen said

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I don't buy it. Simply for the fact that if they released on time they would get a whole portion of the year basically to themselves as people wait for WAR and WotLK among other things. The timing is off on this one, so I'm going to believe them that there were bugs that needed finagling. (go figure, finagling is in the firefox dictionary but firefox isn't.)
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