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6-05-2008 @ 1:42PM
Blizzard has had job postings up for a while that relate to this. It's got its own category at http://www.blizzard.com/us/jobopp/ . However, they have yet to fill the position "Lead Mobile Developer", so I'm skeptical that they're getting all that far. This might turn out to be something that, like eSports, is a lot easier to do if you plan for it from the beginning. Final Fantasy, for example, could have a card minigame be playable through a phone. WoW has gchat and AH. /yawn. Yeah, it'd be nice to see, but it'd be more fun to actually DO something useful in the game.I'd rather wait and see something good with their next-gen MMO or, possibly, the expansion after Wrath.
6-05-2008 @ 1:49PM
yawn at gchat?! I totally forgot about that, but it would be amazing to be able to do that!
6-05-2008 @ 3:22PM
Oh, I'm not saying that I wouldn't use it regularly. I certainly would! /who and /g over my phone would be all I'd need to make it useful.It wouldn't be exciting, though. It'd just be another chat client with a WoW logo.
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