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7-02-2009 @ 10:57AM
"Wouldn't it be better (and cooler) to implement a long and epic quest chain to change factions?"Yes, it would, and I made this point last time this was brought up. But here's the deal. As much as I'm sure many people don't like it, Blizzard and Warcraft become a little bit more a money-making business every day and a little bit less an art form. Gradually, this pace has quickened, with the Mountain Dew ads in-game and "paid for" services.Sure, they could make an epic quest chain. I'd give a lot to have an Alliance blood elf. But that costs money.Offering a cheap paid service makes money. And profits = happy shareholders.Why do you think they're talking about another expansion this Christmas? Sales, cash money, get it out there while you still can; the days of Blizzard holding back things until they were "perfect" are long gone.
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