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7-16-2008 @ 1:38PM
"Most of these glitches are those that can't be fixed without a complete overhaul on the games engine. Since most of them seldom happen (if you behave yourself), they won't bother with it until the next "what wrong with the game" meeting, scheduled to some time soon."I don't know what's being implied here, but I "behave myself." Well, as much as a drunken Paladin can, anyway. :PStill, it's virtually undeniable that there are some technical or aesthetic issues with the game that need a little fine-tuning. My point was that I would feel better knowing that the design and development staff were focused on minimizing or correcting these, rather than introducing gimmicky new content in locations in the game world (especially the so-called "Old Azeroth") where very few players go since the release of "Crusade."
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