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9-10-2009 @ 6:59PM
@Ircasha"No sane development company operates with an open ended release date policy (the its done when its done mentality)."Except for the fact that is exactly what Blizzard does, as do many development companies. Setting a strict street/release date is insane, using an open ended "It will be released when its done" is sane. Why would any company limit themselves to a firm date for release and potentially miss that date when its easier to say "it will be release in 2010", or whatever, when that leaves much more breathing room.
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