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7-31-2008 @ 3:06PM
Well I disagree, the implication and the screenshots seem to suggest being able to play wow on a mobile phone/iPhone which isn't what Blizzard have talked about, they've talked about maybe having a chat interface.What I was moaning about was all the fuss about Activision Blizzard laying off some people from another company then theorising they might sack some people who might work on a mobile app for WoW even given the fact that Blizzard have been trying to recruit an in house mobile developer for ages.I'm sorry if it seemed like a personal attack but your article read as sensationalism for the sake of it. I can't see how the fact that Activision have sacked a bunch of people from a company that isn't Blizzard will have any effect on Blizzard's plans. Activision couldn't afford to buy Blizzard outright that's why they had the merger, if they could walk all over Blizzard their name wouldn't be part of the company name.And from my personal side. I am a manger in an office, we chop and change staff all the time depending on where we need it, it doesn't mean my department is shutting down, just that we have come up with a more efficient way to do things. So yes I do think your talk about management decisions is at best ill informed.
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