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9-11-2009 @ 9:11AM
I have had the same thoughts about Blizzard and their secrecy as it can hardly hurt Blizzard and their business plan by having a broader dialog with its community through a blog, podcast or whatever instead of holding a convention once a year that very few can actually attend in comparison to their massive fan base across the world.Especially now with the trend to intregate social networking like twitter, facebook and what have you, into the actual game. So there is definiately something for Blizzard to learn regardless of how many subscribers they might have.And isn't their new Battle.net concept leaning toward to being a social networking feature?
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