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2-27-2009 @ 12:02PM
I like all these comments about how Blizzard is "just out to get our money".OF COURSE IT IS. IT'S A FLIPPIN' COMPANY. Grow up a little. Quit thinking everything revolves around you and your BFF Blizzard is going to ALWAYS BE ABLE to cater to ALL your needs.It is COMPLETELY NATURAL for people to get bored of games, and it is a FANTASTIC suggestion that you try OTHER things while you wait for more content. Everyone with common sense already does that, realizing WoW is only one means to deal with boredom. WoW should not be the "end all-be all" in your gaming life (considering, of course, that you're hardcore- which this post is centered around. You probably aren't bored of the game yet if you're not hardcore).It is ALSO a fantastic suggestion to "check back in to WoW once and a while", for several reasons, infact. To those who bash Ghostcrawler for telling them to "pay for wow but not play it", how would it sound if one of the lead designers for wow said "just quit the game if you're bored". YOU'D CRUCIFY HIM FOR THAT TOO. Secondly, WoW isn't JUST a game. It's also a social thing. You SHOULD keep in contact with your friends in game, you SHOULD check back for new content. If you don't want to- LEAVE, FOREVER. It's as simple as that.
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