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11-06-2009 @ 10:50PM
If Activision truly had as much pull as you guys think, Starcraft II would have been out months ago, broken as all hell.The fact that it's been delayed by two full quarters should give an indication that there are still areas of Blizzard devoted to bringing the games out when they meet their own standards of quality. I've never been disappointed by a Blizzard game, and I am eagerly waiting for Starcraft II.True, maybe they will fail, but I see no reason to doubt a company that hasn't done so to date. I'm looking forward to SC2, D3, and Cataclysm, and I don't really care about whatever Activision does on the side. If they do let me down in the future, then I will call foul, but for now I'm putting some faith in a company that hasn't failed yet.Side note: Why the hell do people care about these stupid micro transaction vanity pets. They're useless and confer no in game advantages. I don't have any, I don't want any, but I don't care if other people do. They're pets. If it was gear or money this would make sense, but they're pointless little pets.It doesn't matter anyway though; judging by the number of these things I've already seen around my own server, they're selling quite well, despite all the people ranting in the posts here.
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