There are those who defend Blizzard for this reason.


  • WoW isn't actually all of these. It's purely a game you choose to WOW Classic Burning Crusade Gold make which isn't a basic need. Some might argue that entertainment is an essential need, but you can easily discover other ways of having fun without having to invest in a small company. There is no way to get out of society.

    You make a great point but you are arguing with people who are below you. I've yet to meet those who look at their own life and declares "this home is absolutely perfect, my job is perfect, my car is perfect and my friends are flawless, and the cost of everything I purchase is just right," and so on. Everything we do isn't perfect. Criticizing something while using it for a long time is perfectly reasonable. The only way to enter the realm of hypocrisy is when you realize that this is not worth your time and effort, not just a brief anger-free moment, and you continue to log in every day and play it anyway. It's a sad existence.

    While I am laughing at times, I think pricing is flawed because it is based on the cost of production. Nestle's production of bottled water is a prime example. Nestle is required to pay $500 per million litres of groundwater they pump into Ontario. This is approximately 1/20th of a cent per litre that is enough to fill 2 bottles.

    Ion spoke about WoW retail that doesn't have servers, and a massive-server where you can play alongside everyone from your area. In general, it's pretty balanced, however Horde usually has more experienced players , while Alliance has a lot of new players.
    It's not balanced to real players. Perhaps it's balanced in terms of the how many characters have been made, but that's easy to verify. I have characters at max level for both factions and you are able to log on and check M+ keys, or pug raids and it's not even an inch away. The skill level is also quite different, but it's difficult to determine objectively, and likely a result of anyone who is interested in playing seriously rolling to build hordes.

    There are those who defend Blizzard for this reason. They make use of weak arguments such as "if players want Horde and that's the way it will be played, and it's impossible to stop people from playing Horde" but actually, that's quite feasible.

    Blizzard might allow you to switch factions from Horde or Alliance without cost, but they are just too stupid to permit it. They responded, "This was not an option in the initial TBC", while selling 6 months of game time which gives you the ability to purchase a Mount or pet that wasn't available in the original TBC. This totally breaks immersion since it is the cheap WOW TBC Classic Gold only pet that comes with modern animation.