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1-10-2006 @ 9:35AM
I agree on this... it's annoying that we pay for this service but have to wait. But i guess that goes with any type of service that us consumers want... we want our cake and we want to eat it too. We want to play on a server with thousands of people at the same time, but don't want to have to wait until that is technically possible with no problems.I think that with the amount of money Blizzard is pulling in on this game, they should really consider a lot of these things. Hey, if the server is full and maxed out... Put in a new server that can handle a bit more, and/or limit the amount of new accounts coming on to that server.You would think they would be able to figure out what to do with the millions of dollars they are making, a way to make our gameplay experience a bit better, without having to way a shiny new piece of candy (another new server) in our face to distract us.
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