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6-24-2008 @ 8:30AM
You still get noobs spamming chat about "where's this," and "how do I find that."So, either it hasn't been dumbed down too much, or there are some really dumb people playing this game. Ok, maybe both.I have to say I agree with Jordrah, though. I think they lazy'd it up. I am a very lazy person and think that is a good thing!
6-24-2008 @ 8:32AM
Wel then again most of the players are children, so ofc they need to make it realy REALY easy.
6-24-2008 @ 9:15AM
While there are children playing the game, they far from make the majority of players.
6-24-2008 @ 9:28AM
Or maybe you've forgotten how bad you were when you just started the game.
6-24-2008 @ 9:46AM
while i agree that children are far from the majority of players, i think the point really is that everyone seems to forget that there ARE kids playing, and sometimes they need help. i have helped lots of "noobs" that i think are really just kids (early gamers learning!) that deserve to be encouraged to continue playing by having GOOD in-game encounters with other players. if people keep harshing on new players, they will get turned off, the game sales will get stale, and blizzard will stop developing it. maybe. just saying.
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