Skip to comments."World of Warcraft" CEO Talks the Economy of the Video Game Industry - Video 7/9/09
Posted on 07/09/2009 2:50:40 PM PDT by Federalist Patriot
Here is a video interview with the CEO of Activision Blizzard Inc., Robert Kotick, whose company owns such huge names in the video game industry as Guitar Hero, Call of Duty, and World of Warcraft. He discusses how the economy is impacting the video game industry. He says video games are actually doing very well since it is a relatively cheap form of entertainment. . . . . . (Watch Video)
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Wow characters will be required to PVE mobbs for free and all proceeds from Ironforge auctions will go straight to Obama’s dreams. It will be Uber PWNage for Democrat dreamland.
They do, and the boys at 4Chan will hack the white house so fact he’ll be wondering who ganked him in Silverpine Forest.
Plus BO will make it that 60% of all loot dropped in instance guild runs will be redistributed to the non guilded players and lower levels just to be fair. Can't have those elitist guilds only getting the good loot.
Then there will be huge tax on all characters who earn more than 1000g a week to help out noobs.
Then there is the issue of prices for consumables and mats for finished goods how best to control that. Plus all players will be required a gather quota on raw materials making so that gathered RM’s will be redistributed evenly to the lesser players of the game that have not skilled up yet.
Obama economics will be bad news for the WoW economy.
What is power-leveling, and how do you do it?
Plus goblins and gnomes will have to completely retool for greener engineering gadgets and then there will be the phasing out of goblin rocket fuel for the eco friendly ethanol with agricultural farming of corn as a new profession.
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