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Posted: Jul 22nd 2009 5:13PM TheJackman said

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LOL, all the people saying that will be banned can now start crying!! I am sure that soon WoW will be back full in china!!

Posted: Jul 24th 2009 3:45PM (Unverified) said

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I wonder how much Blizzard had to shell out in bribes to make this happen.

Posted: Jul 23rd 2009 9:58AM (Unverified) said

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YES, now China can also experience how bad WOTLK is... just like the rest of the world!

oh happy days, who says ignorance is bliss?!

Posted: Jul 23rd 2009 1:39PM (Unverified) said

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Odd as another source said WotLK could now be published in China after the ok of the ministry of culture in China....

To me a LOT of these "news" facts are coming from some "news" guys with a questionable attitude towards WOW.

As shown by the poster above me, some real nerds think they need to hate upon a game.

A game which just is ten times better than the competition can muster. Money that is.

If I look at the attititude these days of "game" haters ... (what's in a name?), I can only see envy and ridiculous puberty against established successes.

And you find them everywhere. 2 years ago you had them with L2 and Lotro, last year it was the AoC and War followers who hated upon WOW, now they think a Korean copycat needs to "kill" WOW.

I think the world is sick and I am tired of "game" haters anyway.

Indulge yourselves further behind dicatorships to "kill" games, but do realise you - as game haters - are short of being real nutcakes and retards.

Posted: Jul 23rd 2009 1:57PM (Unverified) said

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with all of the flaming hoops you have to jump through (and bribes you have to pay i'm sure) to launch an MMO in china. it's a wonder that blizzard makes a profit at all over there.

more interesting is wether or not chinese players that switched to taiwanese servers to play Wotlk will switch back after WoW is relaunched in china. seeing as Wotlk won't be launched along with it. they will still be playing TBC.

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