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3-31-2008 @ 8:08PM
I really notice the change, and I don't like it one bit. Both my characters eyes and lips make her look very different.I suspect Blizzard is especially angering their female player base with this change.You see, one of the key differences between male gamers and female gamers is that a disproportionate majority, almost 75% (source: Kathryn Wright, Ph.D. at WomenGamers.com), consider it very important to be given the option to play a character of their own gender, and having Blizzard go tampering with what these gamers have created as their virtual identity/avatar is very annoying.Blizzard, we'd like this fixed.
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