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Posted: Feb 11th 2009 2:07PM johnnic1235 said

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Interesting that only FUTURE games are specified as being safe. Is another TR-esque meltdown in the works for an existing game?

I'm glad people were offered to be reassigned, but if that meant moving to Seattle or NorCal, then it may not have been much of an option for Brighton folk.

Best of luck to the affected!

Posted: Feb 11th 2009 3:43PM Yoh said

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I glad to here that Arenanet isn't getting the stick from NCsoft during these economical hard times....... but lord know once GW2 comes out they'll be lining them up in front of a firing squad.

I predict the nether GW2 or Aion are going to do overly well, no more than usual. They'll be a step in the right direction, but ultimately with be the same tired old product we've all seen a dozen times.

But I could be wrong, and I hope I am.

Posted: Feb 11th 2009 5:05PM (Unverified) said

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Interesting... It's the first time I hear them talk about GW2 since they announced the game back in 2007.

Posted: Feb 12th 2009 8:47AM Cendres said

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They say it doesn't affect Aion but not sure if that's completely true considering we're not sure where all of Aion's localising is/was taking place. Hopefully it's still on track for a spring or summer release.

Guild Wars 2, I don't know why people fret the studio is in Washington and probably not at all affected by this. ArenaNet is not another Destination Games.

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