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I've become dependent upon spell check. My apologies for stupid grammatical errors.
9/13/12 12:51:16 PM#21
That doesn't make sense on any level.
Every player buys the box to get into the game and they sold 2 million boxes. It's very hard to believe that they don't care about $120 million in revenue.
If they only cared about the cash shop, the box price would be lower, to maximize the number of people who might buy something from the cash shop.
They care about everything involved with the money this game is going to make. The box sales and the cash shop.
For every large, complex problem, there is a simple, clear solution that also happens to be absolutely wrong.
9/13/12 1:24:22 PM#22
Originally posted by thinktank001
TBH I would say it's the opposite ... It being box sales that interest them more and they are less interested in retention rate since they know only a small % of the player base ever spend $ in the cash shop.
Ofc retention rate is good but box sales + Expack sales is where their money is at , so i doubt they be overly worried if 10 people leave the game as long as 10 other's buy it