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8-10-2007 @ 9:08PM
The reason for the lower cosplay and less fan creativity at this con? No time! This con was announced less than two months before it opened, so there wasn't any time for everyone to plan cool things to be and do.I disagree about the SC2 panels though. There were FAR less people at the SC2 panels than at any of the significant WoW panels. It seemed apparent that the focus of the crowd was on WoW to me. I was worried that after South Korea, American fans might come out looking lame and unenthusiastic about SC2.But I presume the Blizz guys are intelligent enough to realize that SC is an ancient game by modern standards, and American game audiences aren't as fanatical about it as some overseas fans are.If they ship an awesome SC2, that will all change of course. But the onus of achieving greatness is upon them.
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