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5-23-2009 @ 6:05PM
It's not the fact the game is not balanced, that is not the issue, it's more so what ideal goal is balance being weighed against. They have expended far too many resources trying to get arena off the ground. And every aspect of the game has paid a price for it, that's what makes me sick of this development team.Only today a statement came out saying 2v2 is not ever going to be balanced, lol no shit?! And since no one plays 5v5, lol they are syaing 3v3 is all they can work with? Lol, please.But you see how long it takes them to admit a mistake, it's rather sad but this team is out of touch with what the game is and more importantly what it can do. Latching onto arena was a huge mistake, no one gives a rats ass about esport. The BG's where fine, they neglected them for arena and now everyone bitches about them, even raiding has fallen to the mindless arena push. In any event they have made some serious mistakes and misjudged the audience, and have quickly waved off anyone saying otherwise. So GRATZ to a sorry development team who have no vision of the game and have taken it into a bad place. Thanks a-lot.
5-23-2009 @ 8:53PM
You can only balance a single rule set around one focus point. The developers chose to balance pvp around 3v3 at 80 rather than 1v1 or 2v2 or 5v5 or level 29. Certain abilities will be more or less powerful in the other brackets or in other arena sets than is balanced because they cannot be balanced around those other brackets and Level 80 3v3 at the same time. 5v5, regardless of availability is no more balanced than 2v2.
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