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Posted: Sep 6th 2008 10:13AM Greeen said

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yes, it is kind of obvious how the release dates are set for the different expansions. Even the announced Hoth for SWG is going to arrive sooner than expected (supposedly). Why? To ensure the existing base remains.
Nothing really wrong with that in a way, sucks for those like me who are currently undecisive. Above all that are single player games as well - it's a busy fall, I think I need to take off from work....... Or get a life :P

Posted: Sep 6th 2008 10:38AM (Unverified) said

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Devs don't care about other people's games, if anything they want to make their own game as good as possible. Publishers and related functionaries.. well that's different.

Wish we'd be a less big-money business these days though, as the whole Christmas-like schedule will be presenting me with a bit of a dilemma. I'm going to have some serious time-management and monetary issues, as I want to see several of the titles you mention.

Probably WAR first as it's closest though, with WotLK shortly after. But one day I shall be coming for you mr Balrog and EQ hasn't seen the last of me either..

Posted: Sep 6th 2008 12:11PM Softserve said

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I'm just getting Mines of Moria. Really looking forward to it.

Posted: Sep 7th 2008 9:00AM jardude said

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Moria all the way!

Posted: Sep 7th 2008 1:43PM (Unverified) said

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Mines of Moria for me!

I will definitely pick up WAR after the early bugs are worked out. I prefer to give a new MMO about 3-6 months to work out the snags before I buy in. That also prevents paying $50 for a lemon like AoC...

Posted: Sep 10th 2008 11:52AM (Unverified) said

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I wish I had taken Mythic's advice before I had bought AoC, biggest waste of 50 bucks in my life

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