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Posted: Mar 31st 2011 11:01AM Germaximus said

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I love perfect world man.

Posted: Mar 31st 2011 11:36AM Krayzjoel said

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Im glad that MMO's are stepping up to help with disasters. Way to go Perfect World! :D

Posted: Mar 31st 2011 12:12PM Dumac said

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50%

disaster profiteering ftw

Posted: Mar 31st 2011 12:23PM kobeathris said

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@Dumac

Yeah... 50% on the whole shop, I could understand, but just on one selected item from each game? Seems more marketing than anything else.
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Posted: Mar 31st 2011 2:24PM PaterFrog said

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@kobeathris Obviously. Why should they not make it a marketing strategy? It doesn't change the fact, that money flows to the needy and with any luck the store gets a much higher purchase rate for a few days, which gives the team more resources to improve their games. That makes more happy costumers again. Quite valid and commendable, at least compared to nothing.
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Posted: Mar 31st 2011 3:28PM dudes said

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Good luck to them. Western f2p and p2p MMO's should do this stuff too.

Posted: Apr 1st 2011 9:23AM GhostPhantasm said

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This will fail, nobody actually buys most of those items...

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