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2-12-2009 @ 6:46PM
Bias, ignorance, and assumptions. Yup, sounds like your usual WoW Insider comments section, alright.First of all, Kaplan isn't leaving the game. He's just stepping down from the lead role. He has stated as much himself. So his name disappearing from the credits isn't going to happen any time soon.Second of all, and this is correcting a hugely ignorant assumption that everyone is making... game developers have staff turnovers ALL THE TIME!Saying that WoW is at its end because old staff aren't working on the game is the most ignorant and blind-sighted assumption anyone could possible make. Do you really think Blizzard are planning to "drop" one of the most played games on the entire planet... just because?It's *very* common to see entire teams disbanded after a product is released, and a new one assembled for the next project. This is as much true for the WoW expansions as it is for anything else.You gotta love the internet at times, for being such a giant cesspool of idiocy and overblown hyperbole.
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