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10-24-2008 @ 6:57PM
Thank you Mike Schramm for addressing this issue. At this point in our country it has become increasingly diffucult for some people to get by on what means they have. With the recent market crash and recesion that our country is going through, and don't kid yourself we are in a recesion, it would be easy for many of us playing WoW to hang it up and bput that money toward better things. So I don't think that were bitching when we get upset about the server issues going on across all realms. Like I have said before Blizzard needs to slow down with their product output and wait until that product is ready for release, rather than rushing it in order meet some arbitrary deadline.In advance to those who would respond, "oh its not that big a deal a couple of downtimes isnt that bad." Ok that might be fine for some but for others that only have certain hours on certain days to play, it sucks. Further still for those who do raiding who get half-way through a dungeon but then get kicked because the "world server" is down, really puts a drain on their progress. Then they have to try and get their group back together, GL with that. I hope people understand where I'm coming from. I feel that as paying subscribers to this game we all have the right for constructive criticism of the product. Those are my thoughts I hope someone else realizes, like I do, that Blizzard has started to go away from what made them great. I just hope they get back on track.
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