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1-06-2009 @ 3:21AM
The only thing that has saddened me about Pandaren is Blizzard.I love the games, I love the company, I adore the original Pandaren concept. I WANT to see them in the game very much. I also want to see Blizzard as a strong company, one that isn't afraid of bold moves and who won't fold and remake themselves completely just because another country or company insists on having things THEIR way. I hope Blizzard stays true to itself as a innovative and ground breaking company, and true to its origins as an AMERICAN company.I think Blizzard does amazing work, and I would like to happily continue supporting Blizzard by buying their products. Blizzard knew the associated risks of dealing with China when they decided to get their foot in the door of the Asian gaming market. To see them bow down and kiss China's feet is dismaying. And though, I HOPE thats not what they're doing... every year of silence... just makes it seem more-so the case. I hope Blizzard comes to some conclusion over Pandaren soon, because ATM this hot topic is not putting them in a very pretty light. Their overall silence on the issue has really been a poor move.
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