Star Wars Galaxies Date & Subscriptions

A press release on The Star Wars Galaxies Website (thanks Jody Overstreet and SWG Warcry) has a release date for the Star Wars MMORPG as well as a description of the game's subscription plans. Here's a bit:
LucasArts and Sony Online Entertainment Inc. today announced Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided, the highly anticipated initial installment of the first Star Wars massively multiplayer online (MMO) game series, will release June 26, 2003. The Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided online fan community now exceeds more than 500,000 registered members.

At launch Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided will offer four subscription plan options: Month-to-month - $14.99; three months - $14.00 per month; six months - $13.00 per month; and 12 months - $12.00 per month. By subscribing to any of the latter three plans, players can expect savings of up to 20 percent over the month-to-month rate. Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided has a suggested retail price of $49.95, and includes a 30-day subscription to the game. A special collector's edition, which includes a book of game-related art, in-game wearables, pewter figurine, lapel pin and patch, and a signed manual, will be available for a suggested retail price of $79.95.
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Tounge in Cheek
Jun 21, 2003, 13:44
Tounge in Cheek Jun 21, 2003, 13:44
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I'll leave SWG alone for now. I love the SW universe and movies but paying to play a game online based on a standard that everyone is charged the same amount regardless of how long they actually play the game online. By those standards you are paying not to play either as long as you are subscribed and offline. Crap I better cancel my DirecTV and DSL line. I don't use either of those all the time. Just in case someone tries to make that argument which is logical but not realistic. After the game develops a little more I may give it a shot.

The liberal conservative debate going on here leads to no end. The libs are rarely tolerant. They have the same comparable mind set as Hamas or Al-Queda. This striking difference only became apparent to many as the contrast between the two increased after 911. The problem with the liberal attitude is that not everyone on the face of the planet thinks like them and they don't understand why. That's the reason you see so many people switch to conservatism during times like this. The reality of the world has slapped them in the face and they have awakened out of their dream world. There is nothing wrong with their dream world and is preferred by many. I would prefer it, but I realize that there are those in the world who will not tolerate it, will kill to keep others from it, and show no compassion while doing it. The world is not a perfect place, and will never be one unless we all can tolerate each other. There will always be those who take things just a little to far. Humans are animals and will always act like them in circumstances that instinctively require it. That's why you see peace rallies get out of hand. Do they really oppose war while acting so violently protesting for peace? A lot of the pro-war rallies only became chaotic when the anti-war protestors showed up and started the brawl. So who really wants peace? The answer is we both do. Ever see an animal do something stupid. Animals tend to think only in their little worlds and are unable to think in terms other than their own. I'm not trying to insinuate that Liberals are nothing more than self-serving animals, but rather that their instincts are getting in the way of realistic thought. Conservatives need liberal though to have an idea of what they are striving to achieve while at the same time using liberal passion to drive their own to achieve what we all should want, peace on earth. Kind of like when your wife keeps nagging you to fix the washing machine. She doesn't understand the process to fix it but you both want the same thing, for it to be fixed. You more than likely will fix it just to shut her up. Her passion, or nagging, has driven you to fix the machine, but she also nags about the mess you left in the kitchen while fixing the problem. Her world is perfect as long as you can do the dirty work and make it that way. You would never see a liberal working in a slaughter house, but you can buy them a burger at MacDonald's.


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