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4-12-2009 @ 5:33PM
Perhaps its the conspirator in me but i still doubt what has been said over Blizzards Quality post-wotlk launch. It changed in many, many ways. Work of Activision? I say, yes. It goes beyond just pushing content up for certain dates or w/e. Look at our good ole freind Ghostcrawler. Before WotLK blue posts were subject to myth and legend. Now they are as common as trolls are in a "quality" thread. Something surely changed blizzards mentality on player feedback. Even the other big Blues are posting more. I personally hope blizzard pushes back 3.1 past April(I have a bet on it coming out in May) but also because my experience on the PTR and from others Ive spoken to is that there is still work to be done. Arguably there always will be. Pushing back events like Noblegarden is the blizzard we know, dont do it till its done. But opting the equipment manager out of 3.1 means its going to be on the backburner for months. Mind you the equipment manager is also a simple enough function that many addons have covered for years. Not blizzard mentality. Maybe the bigger question to be asking here is how many personnel changes were made at Blizzard's WoW department for WotLK. There have been a lot of philosohpy changes in WoW from vanilla to now, but BC to WotLK seems too much to be inner-departmental. If you get what I'm saying.
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