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Marius wrote:Zynga could buy them.
lemoo @ http://www.3fl.net.au/forums wrote:i have to admit, the thought of exploding tampons is exciting lol
Spooler wrote:I thought it was no longer rumor and that it had been confirmed ?
Most likely potential buyers are EA, Zenimax however I personally would love to see microsoft pick them up and make call of duty xbox exclusive no back up for this thought I just think the outrage would be hilarious
Nekosan wrote:Blizz don't seem like a great investment if you're looking for growth in a company, they're distinctly lacking in fresh IP. They also don't release a great deal of titles.
mindsnare wrote:Nekosan wrote:Blizz don't seem like a great investment if you're looking for growth in a company, they're distinctly lacking in fresh IP. They also don't release a great deal of titles.
Seriously? There may only be 3 but they're pretty much the 3 biggest IPs in PC gaming. 2 of them are perpetual money makers. On top of that there's rumours of a successor to WoW along with 2 more Starcraft 2 expansions, which, I'm almost willing to bet will at some point evolve into some kind of F2P item buying model.
Marius wrote:The problem is while WoW is still profitable, its profits are declining. WoW largely got to its position by being innovative - it refined a lot of the existing elements in MMOs and made them more attractive to a wider market. Unfortunately, you can only do such innovations once - simply repeating them doesn't guarantee success. This puts Blizzard in the same position as any other entrant to the MMO market.
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