$50 paywall to play a demo of 2004 Vanilla WoW

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09/26/2018 04:27 PMPosted by Dinrry
09/26/2018 04:02 PMPosted by Anmorata
I'd ask you not to be dense, but that ship has sailed.

What this is not: A finished product available on a permanent basis to the player base.

What this is: A perk for those that purchase the V-ticket to participate in the limited-time Demo of an unfinished product, something normally reserved for physical attendees only.

It would be inane to pay $50 just to demo this, almost as much as it is to complain about it's accessibility.
People are saying this is not worth the money and you call them entitled as if blizzard is entitled to their money no matter what.

This is called projection.

09/26/2018 04:01 PMPosted by Ladelyse
Still waiting for my valid question Dinrry. I won't complain about punctuation or spelling, just try to use your own thoughts to form a valid question and I would be happy to answer.
Validity of questions are not based on your ego.


Wow, you are not a good troll. I will assume you have no valid question but feel free to peruse my post regarding my stance on Blizz offering the demo as part of the virtual ticket. ;)
09/26/2018 02:14 PMPosted by Mchunterd
Proof in the pudding


Buy me some pudding, and then we'll talk.
09/26/2018 04:24 PMPosted by Nightstrike
If this was true, Blizzard wouldn't be hiding their sub numbers but don't let that get in the way of your shilling.
careful, dont get drool on your tinfoil hat.
09/26/2018 02:25 PMPosted by Metrohaha
But, I was wrong! This is a very generous offer, especially keeping the servers up for a weekish.
LOL!
Agreed, it's kinda pathetic that people seem to be more excited about the remake/remaster of a 2004 game (Vanilla) than the "current" game (BFA). It really speaks volumes about the "current" state/health of the game.

When players are more excited about the 14-year old version of the same game, maybe something is wrong? Why don't they listen to the community anymore?

I miss 2004-2008 era WoW so much... I have many fond/happy memories from that time period. WoW just hasn't felt the same since.
I was going to buy the Virtual Ticket if i like the mount. This will be a sweet bonus if the mount is hype.
09/26/2018 04:41 PMPosted by Gdtroll
I miss 2004-2008 era WoW so much...
You think you do, but you dont.
09/26/2018 02:25 PMPosted by Metrohaha
50 dollars is for the virtual ticket. Its 10 more than last year, which I was originally not satisfied with, assuming they couldn't possible include anything extra for that 10 dollars.

But, I was wrong! This is a very generous offer, especially keeping the servers up for a weekish.

More so, it makes me wonder what other Blizzard titles might offer, as well, right?
Its not just WoW that will have new stuff on the show flow. Maybe it is though, idk.


Generous offer? Are you high? They want you to pay $50 so you can watch them sell you stuff in real time, lol. I think I'd rather save the $50 for their actual games and watch videos and read articles on the highlights of Blizzcon, some of which happens in real time.

The show is for the people who attend the convention. Those people get to meet Blizzards folks and mingle with streamers in-person. The virtual ticket is basically free money for Blizzard for doing essentially nothing except streaming the show to folks, which is no where near the experience of actually being there. Basically, it's for suckers.
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Can you tell I'm excited?!
I, for one, am grateful that all the Classic zealots are finally being charged money for their nonsense and I hope they continue to be charged as much as possible

$50 for a demo seems cheap for all of the obnoxiousness
09/26/2018 04:45 PMPosted by Sunday
I, for one, am grateful that all the Classic zealots are finally being charged money for their nonsense and I hope they continue to be charged as much as possible

$50 for a demo seems cheap for all of the obnoxiousness


Well thank goodness you're not obnoxious ...
It was an exit poll option some years ago, IIRC after they debuted WoD. "What additional content would you like to see on future Virtual Tickets?" And the show floor demo was the first option. Surprised they didn't get it working in time for Legion, honestly. TBH it seemed the obvious choice at the time but I think if they told me it was going to jack up the price by fifteen bucks AND take away the mount/pet, I would have had second thoughts.
09/26/2018 04:45 PMPosted by Sunday
I, for one, am grateful that all the Classic zealots are finally being charged money for their nonsense and I hope they continue to be charged as much as possible

$50 for a demo seems cheap for all of the obnoxiousness


Sure!! I love paying blizzard with their own money! Gotta keep the WOW Economy going strong!
09/26/2018 04:53 PMPosted by Mordecaí
09/26/2018 04:45 PMPosted by Sunday
I, for one, am grateful that all the Classic zealots are finally being charged money for their nonsense and I hope they continue to be charged as much as possible

$50 for a demo seems cheap for all of the obnoxiousness


Sure!! I love paying blizzard with their own money! Gotta keep the WOW Economy going strong!
Actually, they get $20 per every token sold.
Nostalgia is a hell of a drug...

and fleeting too.
I mean look, I've been !@#$ting on this game for like the past month but, c'mon dawg this is a reach. The $50 isn't just the vanilla demo you're getting other things. It's like that episode of Seinfeld where Jerry's Father thought the Wizard was just a tip calculator.

"IT DOES OTHER THINGS!"
09/26/2018 04:43 PMPosted by Sedryn
09/26/2018 02:25 PMPosted by Metrohaha
50 dollars is for the virtual ticket. Its 10 more than last year, which I was originally not satisfied with, assuming they couldn't possible include anything extra for that 10 dollars.

But, I was wrong! This is a very generous offer, especially keeping the servers up for a weekish.

More so, it makes me wonder what other Blizzard titles might offer, as well, right?
Its not just WoW that will have new stuff on the show flow. Maybe it is though, idk.


Generous offer? Are you high? They want you to pay $50 so you can watch them sell you stuff in real time, lol. I think I'd rather save the $50 for their actual games and watch videos and read articles on the highlights of Blizzcon, some of which happens in real time.

The show is for the people who attend the convention. Those people get to meet Blizzards folks and mingle with streamers in-person. The virtual ticket is basically free money for Blizzard for doing essentially nothing except streaming the show to folks, which is no where near the experience of actually being there. Basically, it's for suckers.


You seem inappropriately angry for someone that has a choice in the purchase. Is it simply because others also have a choice and buy the ticket? lol

Well, I guess now the virtual ticket is no longer 'free money for Blizz doing nothing but streaming the show' anymore as everyone will now have access to play the new Classic for almost a week. Nice little perk for virtual ticket holders from just the stream wouldn't you say? ;)
09/26/2018 04:53 PMPosted by Mordecaí
Sure!! I love paying blizzard with their own money! Gotta keep the WOW Economy going strong!


You sure showed my that you have a fundamental understanding of how currency works! Well done!

*grabs midsection*

THAT'S A LOT OF DAMAGE!

Well thank goodness you're not obnoxious ...
after years of "I would pay X amount for Vanilla servers!" I don't consider it obnoxious at all to see someone finally tell them to put up or shut up. The fact that it would be considered obnoxious at all is very vindicating actually.

Guess its better when it's free.

Just like everyone said.
09/26/2018 02:38 PMPosted by Halô
Well 50$ us dollars is still more cheap than the 2000$ it would cost me in plane tickets and hotel.

It's not like everyone is living in California ya know. Unless next year's Blizzcon will be in Montreal, i'll continue buying the virtual one.


Except, you know, the plane ticket would ACTUALLY give you a vacation and to attend the events. Anyone can watch the Blizzcon crap on Youtube/Twitch within minutes of it being aired.

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