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9-18-2007 @ 7:37PM
ho myyou work in Blizzard??!!!could you ask them to give me a job in their team ? thanks.-seriously, the 12th comment is on the spot. software and quality assurance are often debated like this.-O_o ! how do you know Blizzard uses monkeys to test the game ?!!you think orange recips or little orcs shoulders are BUGS ?of course they are MINORS bugs provoked by artistic adjustments or change in some logic code , but no, you cannot test that huge thing only by "human".and , please, wow _works_ and it is very stable. it's a not a "bug ridden" programs. far of that.the motor executing the database and rules creating quests, animations, and games mechanics works very finely. but yeah, sometimes they slip errors in the rules or the database of the world. and you have "orange recipes !" Ho my I have to die, one abilities of my rogue combining with one talents and one kind of weapons acts weird with that counter-balance from some warriors ! CLEARLY BLIZZARD DOESN't know how to program !but maybe the success, the quality and stability of the game should be enough to convince you.no, _only_ perfection or _death_. it's not fair.
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