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7-15-2009 @ 1:26AM
QA is an expensive part of development. It's not surprising that QA often gets the hammer when a lot of developers choose to cut corners. In this age of 'beta culture', constant bug fixes are wrapped in friendly terms like 'rapid development' to rationalize the end effect of cost cutting. Blizzard is certainly not the only company who could be accused of this. But let's not try to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear: the general level of quality and stability is arguably in a poorer state in Wrath compared to previous iterations of WoW.
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