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Posted: Jan 8th 2009 8:33PM Ripper McGee said

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That's an incredibly aggressive pricing point. Right now, I'm paying $34.75 for five family members in Wizard101, which is an acceptable, but still not inexpensive rate.

Deep pockets + ridiculously popular IP = attempt to crush competition.

~Ripper

Posted: Jan 9th 2009 12:36AM hami83 said

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I'm impressed with the pricing point.

Also considering that the future has a ton of zones, it's really not that bad for a free game either.

I tried it earlier and kind of giggled how impressed I was... But I was also disturbed because in the future zone the power puff girls grew up and looked to "anime" hot.
That and Dexter looked like a young Rufus from FF7 lol!

Posted: Jan 9th 2009 10:01AM (Unverified) said

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I beta'd the game some, b/c my nephew is a BIG cartoon network fan and wants to play. His parents are apprehensive about online gaming, but now I think I'll just buy the family plan and play w/ him. It's not a bad game over all. A little silly, but for my 8 year old nephew, I'm extremely excited to teach him about the mmo genre. Noe that they've released the pricing and I see how affordable it is, I can pay for him to play until he (natuarally) becomes bored with it.

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