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8-13-2008 @ 4:44PM
You contradict yourself, sir. You said in your first post that Blizzard couldn't have foreseen that this year's ticket sales would be much different from last year's (having the ticket sales gone on for up to a week after they originally went on sale), yet you mock the people who thought to book hotels and flights in advance, most likely assuming the same thing. The truth of the matter is, Blizzard is a fantastic company and you're right, there's a reason why WOW is so loved and has gained as many players and fans as it has. But, if you're going to be fair and objective about the situation, then Blizzard did do a poor job of handling this year's ticket sales. As someone who's never even attended BlizzCon or attempted to, I'm not saying this because I'm upset or frustrated about missing out. I'm just being objective and unemotional about the situation. The people who worked so hard to get tickets, as the writer of the article stated, are most likely some of Blizzards most hardcore fans. And, I wouldn't blame them for being disappointed and frustrated with the fact that the ticket sale situation was a bit of a debacle.
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