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8-22-2009 @ 10:49AM
Strongly disappointed that the Art Panel didn't make the Internet Stream. I would've loved to watch it.
8-22-2009 @ 10:53AM
I second this, even if, nasty as this will inevitably sound, I still think that visually WoW is a very weak game. This stems mainly from the fact that the player character models are horribly outdated and downright ugly. I certainly won't spend a second in human form if and when I roll a Worgen.
8-22-2009 @ 11:18AM
@Raze:While I generally agree with you, please remember that most of WoW's graphics haven't been updated in nearly five years. Compared to what's out now, it's naturally going to be visually weak. And as far as I know, the graphics weren't intended to be bleeding-edge-awesome when the game first came out, so that people whose graphics cards weren't absolute top-of-the-line could still play it.Having said that, I'm very, very, very glad to hear about graphics upgrades, especially to Old Azeroth.
8-22-2009 @ 3:12PM
Agreed. I'm thoroughly disappointed that I paid to see BlizzCon and they're actually only covering HALF of it. They're only covering whatever happens in Hall D, not C, which means most of the World of Warcraft stuff on Saturday won't be covered. In fact, it's less than half because they don't start their broadcast until 11 AM, so the first WoW panel they COULD have covered is cut off too!I realize they can't really do two live broadcasts from two places simultaneously, but couldn't they at least get video of the Hall C panels to put in their archives? (Then again, these are the archives that are broken up by timeslot, with a break every 15 minutes exactly, and have several-second gaps between them, big enough to miss whole slides in the class panel.)So far, I'm pretty disappointed with the internet stream, and I'm one of the people that ISN'T having technical issues!
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