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2-14-2009 @ 1:16PM
I would think this more as how Blizzard has adopted the game to current needs. Each patch and expansion, they've improved on the game, made it better. Surely if they hadn't, it would have fallen by now (no way Vanilla WoW could go against Warhammer). Surival of the Fittest at its prime example.
2-14-2009 @ 1:34PM
Of course, that kind of behaviour might extend beyond Blizzard and be interpreted as "survival of the fittest" happening within the entire game industry. Doing what people are willing to pay for = survival of the gaming company, and Blizz's MMO success compared to others would be a reflection of it being more in tune with what most consumers want to do with their time and money.
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