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Posted: Mar 1st 2010 1:29PM Psychotic Storm said

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while intresting to see companies using new technology such as facebook and tweeter, it should be noted that there are parts of their customers that wouldn't join such parts just to have a dev chat.

Posted: Mar 1st 2010 1:38PM (Unverified) said

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Well those customers can listen to the podcast released after the event then.
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Posted: Mar 1st 2010 1:44PM karnisov said

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"and overall player feedback is pretty positive."

wow you must not have read some of the comments on this site. i think you've been drinking the PR koolaid this morning.

Posted: Mar 1st 2010 2:14PM swarmofcats said

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A lot of people including me are in love with the game.
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Posted: Mar 1st 2010 5:42PM Joshua Przygocki said

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Most of the people who actually PLAY the game really get to enjoy it, those like you and others who just try the game for an hour or so don't even get to the fun parts of the game, and usually they believe too much of the hype...

That's the problem with MMOs lately, there is too much hype and expectation, games are not going to be released perfect, and rarely will they live up to their initial hype.
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Posted: Mar 1st 2010 2:16PM Oskiee said

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is there any way to give this game a try with out having to pay the intial 50?

Posted: Mar 1st 2010 10:00PM swarmofcats said

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No but $50 is a bargain considering that you don't really have to pay a subscription. Seriously, this game has something recent MMOs don't: FUN COMBAT. Global Agenda has actually exceeded my expectations after only the first few weeks.
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Posted: Mar 2nd 2010 10:48AM ed anger said

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It's a fun game, the real question is how many people will pony up and pay for a subscription to play AvA. AvA right now is definitely hardcore and not casual friendly, and I doubt many will sign up unless there's serious changes. HiRez seems responsive, so hopefully things will change...

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