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Posted: Aug 23rd 2010 3:02AM (Unverified) said

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Blah. Did BSG really need an MMO associated with it? A browser based one at that?

Sure people watched it, but what percentage of those are going to want to play an MMO about it?

Posted: Aug 23rd 2010 3:06AM EdmundDante said

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Is it just me - or the number of MMOs now being released or planning to be released getting a bit ridiculous?

How many of these games will actually do well? Is it possible that the market may become oversaturated?

Posted: Aug 23rd 2010 5:44AM Greyjoy said

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Its already over saturated

Posted: Aug 23rd 2010 6:47AM Snichy said

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Never underestimate the amount of money generated by a computer game, especially an MMO. Even an average game which is only moderately successful can make a profit, especailly if its browser based (with lower costs) so people are always going to make them.

Which makes RTW situation all the more confusing.

Posted: Aug 23rd 2010 6:57AM mattward1979 said

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A PVP centric browser based MMO that doesnt pressure you to buy crap for real money... Im in!

For people that play a few MMO's (single player games just dont do it for me anymore..) a casual retreat from my "Main" game is a welcome diversion.

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