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Edit: Oh found the tutorial that explains the C.U.B.E. It confused me for a while there.
1) Watch this : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=alIz4ZW0Djo
2) Go here : http://store.aiononline.com/cube/index
3) Choose from the right whatever CUBE you want : Small, Medium, Large
4) Nagivate through tabs : Boost , Style, Supply, Pets .
5) Press Add to Cube buttom on the item(s) you wish to buy. In the right , you will see your item(s), when it's full , then press Check Out.
You can also find informations about the items and what size does it have when you add it to CUBE.
Exemple : http://store.aiononline.com/cube/detail?goodsNo=300292&categoryPath=1_6_7&page= This is the Berdin's Special Amulet II
Size 2 X 2 ( in the CUBE inventory ).
PS: So make sure your CUBE is full before pressing checkout , since the price it's listed only for CUBE itself ( Small , Medium, Large Pack ) and not by item(s). So no matter how many or what items you add , the price for the CUBE remain the same.
Reporter: What's behind Blizzard success, and how do you make your gamers happy?Blizzard Boss: Making gamers happy is not my concern, making money.. yes!
Thanks for the explanation. That's a pretty cool idea!
It is! Since for the large pack, for exemple you can add 27 x Berdin's Special Amulet II ! At the price of 160 , if you are buying it as a single item , it would cost you .. 4320 Ncoins. Whereas, for the Large CUBE pack , it cost you 3600 Ncoins. Plus you will receive .. 3 gifts ( or 1? )
One is for Enchanting Stones, one for Mana Stones and one for ... Alluring Box ( don't know what does it have inside )
After having looked at their items, I am impressed... this is a good system.
As someone who has never bought something from a Cash shop I'd be inclined to do so for a game that offered a F2P style that was actually in no way P2W and provided items that looked interesting and I could get actual "deals" on that offered items I wanted... thats actually quite appealing.
Many games I've tried I was inclined to buy a thing or two but upon closer inspection I was a bit dismayed by how much money you'd save if you bought a few other things, that you simply wouldn't even want or use. It was a bit frustrating, and most other F2P games cash shops have far more items that offer an in game advantage.
I wish them great success, I'll be playing.