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10-29-2008 @ 10:03AM
someone pointed out the other day that when you clicked on "agree" on the EULA when you installed WoW, one of the things you agreed to is that "game play may change" -- so, all the people who were upset about this legally have no leg to stand on. i thought the event was indeed *brilliant* for all the reasons stated in the article, and i wanted the event to go on for another couple days. i hope there's more coming before wrath.
10-29-2008 @ 10:55AM
I agree with Frank.You knew coming into this game that gameplay could change.It was the best WE I've witnessed. Yes, it caused some people(including me) some hassle. But, it was suppose to.I understand that just becasue someone didn't like it, it doesn't mean they're 'whiners'. I get that.But, it really was fun and I'm sorry that others found it so darn depressing that, as I am told, "many" people cancelled their account. If that's true than that's just too stupid for words.Anyway, I hope Blizzard does it again, or something similar, quite often.
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