would you trust ncsoft enough to buy aion given they ve closed down tabula rasa so soon ?

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  • LoktofeitLoktofeit Stone Mountain, GAMember RarePosts: 14,247
    Originally posted by googajoob7
    the problem for ncsoft now is why trust them to invest in buying and subscribing to something like aion . they ve proven twice its not worth the time and effort of leveling characters in one of thier mmos.

    History has shown they have not only given several floundering MMOs a chance, but they have kept them running far longer than most other publishers would. Tabula Rasa? Box sales sucked, first month sucked, retention sucked. You're going to blame NCSoft for that? 

    Auto Assault, Exteel, Dungeon Runners, and the NA/EU Lineage 2 servers are all proof that NCSoft does what they can to keep a title running when others would have long since pulled the plug. 

     

     

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  • Big.Daddy.SamediBig.Daddy.Samedi The Crossroads, DeathMember UncommonPosts: 224
    Zombie Post! As the a guardian of the crossroads of death, I humbly ask that you please allow this thread to remain dead and burried.
  • NanfoodleNanfoodle Member EpicPosts: 7,600
    MMOers seem to have it in mind that MMOs (Games) are some kind of charity work. They are businesses and when a game is not making them enough money to keep it running. Its time to shut it down. Why keep a game running when its bleeding them? Or should they keep games running at the cost of running their business into the ground and have to shut down all their games? Fans have a part to play in this as well. People freaking over CoH getting closed, but I came back near the end and low level areas were empty. The game just was not bringing in new players. 



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