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11-06-2009 @ 11:27PM
@Mazoku"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."Yet the fact that they've decided to split the game into three full price retail versions instead of one sequal isn't ringing any alarm bells? I can't help but think that in the past Blizzard would have released this content as one full game and two expansion packs or something similar.I don't have a problem with people making a profit at the expense of loyalty, quality and passion for their craft, I just wish they'd do it with something almost no one cares about. For example Bobby Kotick is welcome to go bring his practice to pencil manufactor, I couldn't care less about the quality of my pencil so he's welcome to screw around in that market all he wants.
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