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8-22-2009 @ 12:50PM
I'll be following this. A bit of a bummer that Warcraft is all in Hall C, and therefore not on the Blizzcon stream. Was looking forward even more to the Systems panel :(
8-22-2009 @ 1:05PM
This is such BS. I paid to be able to watch such wow coverage and here I am after spending $40, reading updates on a liveblog instead of watching it. Major let down.
8-22-2009 @ 1:15PM
Yup, next time I will not be buying until much closer to the event, and when I have a schedule of what's being broadcasted.
8-22-2009 @ 2:27PM
With the amount of people buying the live stream, they could have had more streams so we could pick which stream to watch. I don't play Starcraft or Diablo and I really wanted the Class session #2. I have written to DirecTV expressing my disappointment.
8-22-2009 @ 3:20PM
I don't even mind if I couldn't see them live, but couldn't they at least get footage of the events in Hall C for the archives? Between not starting their broadcast until well after the con begins and only covering Hall D, they're missing EVERY WoW panel on Saturday except one!
8-22-2009 @ 3:32PM
Actually - in all fairness - the PARTICULAR event being talked about in this article wasn't not covered because it was in Hall C. The Q&A was in Hall D and therefore WOULD have been covered - but they didn't start their broadcast until 11 AM, so we're all screwed on THAT count instead.
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