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7-15-2009 @ 12:04AM
I see nothing wrong with the so-called 'B' team being in charge of World of Warcraft. They might not be the 'A' team (Incidentally, we really don't really have enough information to differentiate the quality of the two teams other than someone has arbitrarily labeled one of them with a 'B,') but they're still part of Blizzard. For all World of Warcraft's faults - and believe me, I could spend all day making a list of what I consider faults in the game - it is still one of the most polished, well-presented MMO on the market today.MMOs will always have bugs and imbalances. It's the nature of the beast. But when it comes down to it, WoW is a genuinely good game. It has rough edges, but they're a lot less rough than the competition. And whatever letter designation you slap on to the team running WoW right now, they're doing as good of a job supporting and building the game as I've seen in any MMO I've played.If nothing else, World of Warcraft is the only level-based MMO that has held my attention for longer than a couple months.
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