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8-21-2009 @ 6:45PM
I'm so sad our live stream doesn't have this. I wanted to watch it. :*(
8-21-2009 @ 6:53PM
Indeed. Maybe next year Blizzard can get Direct TV to do a couple of streams so we can follow the game we want to hear about better./sarcasm: Because I sure do want to find out more about the lessons they learned from previous versions of Battlenet.
8-21-2009 @ 7:01PM
/agree - it would have been nice to be able to pick what panels you wanted to see - because all this battlenet talk is making me sleepy - although I will admit the diablo panel (which I didn't plan on watching) was actually really interesting and makes me want to play the game (whenever it actually comes out).
8-21-2009 @ 7:37PM
Fourthed. I know there are people who are really into Diablo and StarCraft, but I'll bet there are a lot more people who'd rather watch all the WoW panels. Even if they didn't show them all live, it would have been nice if they're been recorded for later viewing.TO YOUTUBE!
9-05-2009 @ 1:54PM
/agree They should have some way for us to select which panel we want to watch.But I am very happy to see wow.com blog about it ;)
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