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7-30-2008 @ 9:25PM
If you're specifically talking iPhone...Any kind of WoW "lite" client for for that platform would probably have more in common with the existing Mac client than with anything produced by an existing "mobile" games studio -- at least in developer skills / experience, if not actually in code. Also, Blizzard has long had an "if you want something done right, do it yourself" philosophy regarding its core properties... I don't see them farming a project like this out to another studio that just happens to ultimately report to the same shareholders.IMHO, the whole Activision merger shuffle will have no effect on Blizzard's plans for an iPhone WoW... if such plans even exist.As for a more generic "mobile" WoW, who knows... I'd still put my money on Blizzard doing it themselves if they do it at all.
7-30-2008 @ 10:25PM
I doubt there would ever be a WoW iPhone client. I have an iPhone, and as great as the hardware is, it's a 400mhz processor. I would love Some sort of WoW program - maybe an AH viewer, friend list, a way to view the WoW official forums easier via iPhone, or a wow-themed mini game pack that can do something in game (maybe games on the phone could be dalies for a character). But a full client? No.
7-30-2008 @ 11:26PM
I think even just a talent planner would be sweet. Just something to do while wasting time. Of course it would just make me sadder I don't have an iPhone.
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