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The content of the letter reveals some bad news

Of course, 3D isn't without its gimmicks, such as bits of colorful confetti flying toward your screen and helicopters BNS Gold and planes swooping down from the sky only inches above your car, but thankfully none of these features detract from the Blade And Soul gameplay. If you want a full Ridge Racer experience that makes one of the best uses of 3D so far and just so happens to fit in your pocket, then Ridge Racer 3D is a launch game that deserves your attention and immediate purchase. Fly May Be Put Out of Business by USPS Postage Costs. A while back, GameFly, an online rental/mail service for Blade And Soul games, revealed that they were getting the shaft regarding USPS postage fees when compared with similar services like Netflix. That was nearly two years ago, and since then, little has changed. In a report by Ars Technica, the site anonymously received a copy of a letter by the Blade And Soul gameFly president that was intended for USPS. The content of the letter reveals some bad news for the company, which isn't making enough money to support the cost of postage fees.“At the company's current volume of approximately 1.2 million shipments per month, the difference between the two-ounce flat rate of $1.05 that GameFly must pay to avoid automated letter processing for most of its DVD mailers, and the one-ounce letter rate of $0.44 that Netflix pays to avoid automated letter processing Blade And Soul Item of return mailers, amounts to about $730,000,” wrote GameFly President and CEO David Hodess.

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