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7-21-2008 @ 10:55PM
Are you really that surprised? Blizzard always announces it's big things at it's own events. Blizzcon is a few months away and we just had WWI. Blizzard makes it's own hype. They don't need E3.God, I sounded fanboyish, but you know it's true. Blizzard is almost an industry unto itself.
7-21-2008 @ 11:34PM
Yes Mike we all know you went to E3 well done, its not that big a deal even with it being press only this year (which it really isn't... fansites still go... I should know)Secondly as already stated E3 is going the way of the dodo interms of big news releases and major information releases especially in the field of PC gaming, which is something you should know if you attended it.Thirdly like also already stated it is mainly a console market convention, which in recent years has become more of a media market circus rather than a news outlet for such information for consoles, the one in germany provides more news worthy information these days.And last but not least blizzard runs the MMO industry and they have no need what so ever for E3 (regardless of sounding fanboyish or not). They would increase their internal costs if they visited such an event and if they did visit they would have to put the effort in, which is something not needed or wanted by them when they have BlizzCon annually and events like WWI. So in closing this article really is null in void unless you wanted a third or fourth chance to tell us you did indeed go to E3... GZ /sigh...P.s. Sorry If this sounded overly harsh or whatever but really this is just a waste of space on an otherwise amazing WoW related blog. Props to WoWinsider but not to this post... seriously...Anyway much love and all
7-21-2008 @ 11:36PM
If you reply to a comment, you really should have something to say about said comment. The use of other people to bump up the listing of what you have to say is the worst part of this site.
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