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Posted: Dec 18th 2009 12:35PM (Unverified) said

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Do not want. Seems like Anet is letting NCsoft whore out their game for some extra cash while they work on GW2.

Posted: Dec 18th 2009 1:17PM Minofan said

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Subscriptionless MMO adds 7th-or-so microtransaction you say?
THE END IS UPON US!
FLEEEEEE!



*sigh*

Posted: Dec 18th 2009 1:36PM (Unverified) said

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I don't have any problem with skill unlock packs or extra character slots, but in-game costumes are just kind of tacky and are something you'd expect so see in games of much lower quality than Guild Wars.
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Posted: Dec 18th 2009 2:42PM (Unverified) said

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I have no problem with it. It is only a costume that means nothing other than for show. Since Guild Wars 2 will have no montly fee people need to realize ArenaNet needs to make money other than the price of the box to support their new mmo. I may even get me one!

Posted: Dec 18th 2009 3:04PM bylthe said

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Sounds Great, just got my costumes! Heres hoping they make more nice costumes over the next year.

Posted: Dec 18th 2009 3:27PM (Unverified) said

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I might be willing to pay $5 for costumes for all 5 gods (no, not Kormir...). I understand Anet is not a charity organization, they need to pay the bills, pay their people, and make a tidy profit. However, $10 for two costumes (and that's a "special deal") is kinda ridiculous. Let me emphasize, its not the concept, but lack of value for your money that gets me.

Sigh, and the female Grenth armor is perhaps one of the least sexist female warrior-style armors they've ever produced...

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