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10-14-2008 @ 8:13PM
I don't understand how someone can be mad at Blizzard...not like this hasn't happened before. This is the biggest patch in the game's history and problems were expected.
10-14-2008 @ 8:39PM
2.0 went smoother than this one as I recall, and they completely redid how PvP worked.It would be understandable if they seemed to be having some sort of plan, but it seems that they weren't even prepared for the problems.4.5 hours and counting. My server hasn't even been up yet
10-14-2008 @ 8:41PM
I'm not mad at all but... it's not like they didn't KNOW about the patch and couldn't predict that many players would get it and download it. It's called capacity planning... it's like Wrath - they know it will be popular, they should have some idea from TBC of how many accounts reactivate as it ships, etc. Yet we all know Wrath will be a disaster for a week or two. I completely get them being caught with original WoW... but this just makes me shake my head. That and grab a beer. :)
10-14-2008 @ 8:49PM
I'll give u 1 reason to be mad, it is a subscription service, it's not free. As a customer I expect better results. At the end I am the one paying. And for the record, this is not the first patch the get out there. With 10m subscribers, this is not acceptable.
10-14-2008 @ 9:17PM
*They Were Not Prepared*
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