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7-14-2009 @ 8:04PM
I don't care who is in charge. The content patches are packed with things.
7-14-2009 @ 8:24PM
Who cares who's in charge? This actually explains a lot. It's not been a secret to anyone the recent downfall in implementation and support being offered in World of Warcraft. It's the paying customers that are suffering because of it. Authentication servers going down for an hour before any attention is payed to it, weekly maintenance downtime weekly instead of monthly, entire battlegroups suffering primetime outages, bosses regularly bugged, and when's the armory going to work again? It's really sad that a game that at one time the developers took pride in has fallen to the back burner even though it is still one of their top earners.
7-15-2009 @ 11:18AM
Anyone who has been playaing wow since vanilla would agree that the game is getting worse every patch. When the Star Wars MMO comes out this winter, I think you'll see the biggest hit to subscribers yet. WOW has gotten to the point of at best, no longer being fun and at worst not playable.For those players who recently started playing mmo's and WOW in particular, you may not get it because you never knew the WOW that once was.
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