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1-27-2009 @ 6:48PM
How about you guys get off your high horse and have some fun. First of all, the Forum (WoW Insider included) contradicts itself consistently. Does no one remember how many articles were up about “3.0.8 still not here, WTF Blizzard hurry up.”? Yet now you guys say Blizzard has been rushing things too much? I’m willing to bet the developers felt much more pressure from you QQ forum posters than Activision has ever put on them. If anyone is to blame for “Buggy Patches” and “lack of difficulty/content” it’s YOU. You complain that you can never raid, they lower raids to 25 mans. You complain that you never saw Ony/nax, they make end game raids easier. You complain that you never saw BT/Sunwell, they make endgame raiding even easier. You complain that there hasn’t been a significant patch for 3 months, they rush one to shut you the hell up. You complain that Bliz never listens, yet their actions have been direct reactions to your complaints. Everyone is asking for Ulduar to be really hard, I’m willing to bet people ask for it to be nerfed with in the first 3 weeks of it’s release, then QQ about how easy it is a month later. If you are already tired of the content, then either you have been playing to much, or haven’t fully appreciated WoW in its entirety. WoW consist of lv. 1-80, 10 classes, 2 playable factions, 10 playable races, 10 main professions, 3 secondary professions, ton of instances/raids, BG’s, Arenas, and tons of gear. Don’t QQ that you have done all the content b/c you have a lv. 80 Hunter that has beaten 25Nax and Maly. And If you have experienced all of the game, or just don’t want to experience the rest… go do something else? You most certainly have gotten your money’s worth. Don’t troll the forums posting “Bliz need to do this, Bliz needs to do that!” and continue playing a game you apparently are displeased with. Constructive criticism is one thing, but the shortsightedness of this article disgusts me.
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