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Posted: May 29th 2008 10:50AM (Unverified) said

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Heck I'd buy a keyboard and mouse for my 360 to try this game. It looks like alot of fun but I dont have a PC that will run it and I'm not about to go buy one. So $60 for the game + $30 for a kb & mouse is much better than $1200 for a new PC.

Releasing a demo would be even better. I think most people can dig up a kb & mouse even temporarily to give this game a shot before spending money on the game and a subscription.

Posted: May 29th 2008 10:52AM (Unverified) said

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After some more thought, if people are willing to spend $200 on the big disappointment that was Rock Band, I doubt a kb & mouse bundle would be a big stretch.

Posted: May 30th 2008 8:22AM (Unverified) said

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So what are the chances that 360 players and PC players will be able to interact in the same world/instance?

Or will they be two different games in that sense?

My PC plays WoW perfectly but im not too sure it will run AoC the way I want. I definately wouldn't hesitate to go out and pick up the 360 version if I could create a toon and run him/her around with my other friends playing on the PC version.

Any clues?

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