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4-30-2008 @ 9:26AM
Not that the points in this article are not all valid observations of things that are not often spoken about in WoW, but I felt like when I was reading I had a growing sense of "who cares?" and "why am I reading this?" I love the diversity of topics around here, but this one just doesn't seem to interest me. On a positive note though, Amanda the idea of dynamic facial expressions is great, but then you would have to constantly monitor player emotions for each NPC and Player Character and I am guessing it would be horribly inefficient and cause more lag and bottlenecks than it would produce a quality result you actually cared to see in game. This is the type of article that needs a BLUE response to see what blizzard's official stance is on character custiomization in the future?
4-30-2008 @ 2:02PM
There was nothing insulting or trollish about the above post. Why was it voted down?
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