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Grtz to China fans: Wotlk can be launched next week

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704164904575420873859026684.html?ru=yahoo&mod=yahoo_hs

For an overview of this painful birth :

http://www.wow.com/2010/08/10/china-is-finally-getting-wrath-of-the-lich-king/

 

Compared to the recent crawling back of the Chinese authorities against other US companies (Google), it's good to see the web and worldwide communications can only enhance the policy of political regimes.

If only the copying of goods and infringement rights of other western goods could be ended ...

At least we welcome China back to reality.

Comments

  • arcdevilarcdevil Member Posts: 864

    gratz to the 3 hundred thousand chinese gold sellers, their main source of income is on the rise again

  • KingKong007KingKong007 Member Posts: 149

    Originally posted by arcdevil

    gratz to the 3 hundred thousand chinese gold sellers, their main source of income is on the rise again

    The launch of the Chinese version of Wotlk on Chinese servers has no influence on western servers.

    Of course you knew that, but disrupting neutral general MMO information on a launch is what drives your post I guess.

  • arcdevilarcdevil Member Posts: 864

    Originally posted by KingKong007

    Originally posted by arcdevil

    gratz to the 3 hundred thousand chinese gold sellers, their main source of income is on the rise again

    The launch of the Chinese version of Wotlk on Chinese servers has no influence on western servers.

    Of course you knew that, but disrupting neutral general MMO information on a launch is what drives your post I guess.

    chinese gold sellers operate within their own version aswell, in huge numbers. of course you knew that, but throwing a strawman as a damage control tool is what drives your post I guess.

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