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It appears they had an issue with the scanner yesterday (likely from all the people trying to sign up at once) according to Twitter. If you had a problem I recommend giving it another go today. I'll update the original story with any new details if I find them.
You would be amazed at some of the stuff I come across in my search for news. =p
Thanks for pointing that out. It appears that the final website version was tweaked slightly from our advanced copy. I'll make the adjustment. Thanks again for the heads up.
The author is aware of that and that EA also owns BioWare as well as the Battlefield franchise. =) I see the error and it has been corrected. Thanks for pointing it out and sorry for any confusion.
Oh I don't see anything killing or ending WoW. That's not what I was asking but that gets tossed around so much that I can understand the confusion. What I was asking should be interpreted more as if it could challenge WoW in terms of subscription numbers.
Neither of these games will end the other and no one has managed to topple WoW from it's subscription mountain as of yet.
Good response though and I think Kotick is referring to Lucas's cut from the license deal, but I doubt he knows the numbers behind that deal.
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