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Posted: Dec 22nd 2011 3:03PM Space Cobra said

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Yeah, even WoW Insider was not launched when WoW launched.

That would've been time-travelling-tripping crazy. Only when WoW got more into a behemoth and the stable of many fans, was a site launched.

And with DCUO, it's sad that the article went away, but I already knew why it did (the author moved on to other things). As much as I like/liked DCUO back then, it is really a "short game" with not alotta depth to keep players logged on for hours, unless you like combat (which is good) or grinding out Marks to buy gear with. The PvE elements/story is nice, but only for a once/twice run-through, depending on your disposition.

Posted: Dec 22nd 2011 4:17PM RogueJedi86 said

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So while we're on the subject, what does it take to get a dedicated site for a game here? How did WoW Insider's birth and split from Joystiq happen? How long after WoW's release did t take?

Posted: Dec 22nd 2011 5:12PM JuliusSeizure said

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I just want to point out that I asked the question with tongue very much in cheek. ;) I figured the answer was something like this, but I also knew it was a question that needed to be answered so people can be pointed at it later.

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