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Posted: Jul 2nd 2011 3:39PM Saker said

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Whenever "boxing" is so prevalent as a basic way to play a game, it's past it's prime (to say the least).

Posted: Jul 2nd 2011 6:34PM (Unverified) said

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@Saker

Err.. yeah, multiboxing was there from day one with WoW, too.
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Posted: Jul 2nd 2011 4:21PM Darkstryke said

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Hate to break it to you buddy, but people were multi-boxing in EQ at release.. 13 years ago, let alone when UO was in it's prime.

Posted: Jul 3rd 2011 3:35AM Neiloch said

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"(otherwise known as the powerlevel-your-alts-with-multiple-accounts program)"

Odd, I don't recall seeing it say this was an editorial article....

Posted: Jul 3rd 2011 3:25PM Caerus said

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@Neiloch
Levity? On a videogame blog?! BURN HIM!
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Posted: Jul 3rd 2011 9:51AM Yellowdancer said

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@Tempes Magus

Well, EQ1 has a high sub rate for its age. Plus people are always subbing a couple months a year to see what's new. And SOE has been good to returning players by giving them all but 2 expansions for free. Also, EQ1's tech is so old that they can't offer many cosmetics and such to support a f2p model.

Posted: Jul 3rd 2011 7:33PM Bladerunner83 said

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Isn't it a bit late for this deal? Seriously the game is older that dirt and they want to implement special deals now? The desperation of Sony these last few weeks has turned me off, the deals should have been released before the hacker issue raised concern. " Let's play catch-up now, because we slacked off on our security for years. " I will burn in hell before they get any of my personal information.

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