12/10/2012 04:56 AMPosted by DliverUm, that's a big huge deal that's happened in a hurry.
I like http://wow.realmpop.com/us.html
You can look at how many 90's are on a server, and population densities by horde vs alliance ect by server.
To me this is way more informative than this xfire crap, though you do have to correlate the data yourself.
12/10/2012 05:22 AMPosted by DemonaeI agree, but I don't think any real tool out there will give us that data. At least realmpop is updating from guild pulls on the API, so I know it is fairly accurate with the data it does provide.
12/10/2012 05:25 AMPosted by AstaldoBecause we are all students right ? ;D
12/10/2012 05:28 AMPosted by LukarThough the idea that it's near Christmas still holds merit.
CoH wasn't a small game and it was actually doing pretty good after it went F2P. Profits were small but they were climbing, subs were going up slowly as well.
The player protest that followed the cancellation announcement caught attention and it brought to light a lot of similar actions by NCSoft in the past. While it didn't save CoH NCSoft did take a significant PR hit, not just in North America and Europe where CoH was popular but it was bad enough to be noticed by companies in Korea.
Rift. I want to like Rift. I really do. There was just something about it that screamed WoW clone, but not quite polished enough. It may be better now, but first impressions are hard to change.
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