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8-18-2009 @ 4:16PM
"Blizzard may have set out a much stronger dis-information campaign this year."Disinformation campaign. From Blizzard? Are we talking about the same company?You know, the company that goes incredibly far out of their way not to give anyone expectations that they won't meet? The company that has a 500+ word legal section after every announcement saying that "soon," "may," "will," "could," are "forward-looking statements" and that "things might prevent them from occuring"?Uh, no. What does Blizzard have to gain from spreading disinformation? A bunch of upset players? GOOD PLAN!
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