GamingUnion.net: "Say what you will about Blizzard Entertainment, but they are absolutely unrivalled when it comes to scheming up new ways to part people from their money. Where other developers get tossed under the bus for suggesting things like 60 dollar vanity monocles or pay-per-dungeon setups, Blizzard somehow manages to get away with selling in-game mounts for millions of dollars, or selling the same game with patched content three times to gamers over a four year period with almost minimal fuss. The latest in their devious trickery: adding cross-server party invite capabilities to allow friends who may not be on the same server the ability to group with one another. It's an undeniably cool option for anyone who has ever spent time on more than one server in the game, but the key points of the feature are still largely in debate. Either way, options like these are the sort of things that shape the future of gaming, for better or for worse."