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2-28-2010 @ 2:41PM
I believe the feature was actually advertised as a new feature on the box of Wrath. Technically, isn't that false advertising?I don't have my box lying around, or I would check to be sure. If so, I smell a bunch of Warlock lawyers using this to file a class action lawsuit.
2-28-2010 @ 2:45PM
The answer is no, it wasn't. I just checked.Way to have a comment system that you can't delete things.
2-28-2010 @ 2:49PM
It was advertised in the first trailer at Blizzcon.
2-28-2010 @ 3:23PM
Two reasons why it cannot be the basis of any lawsuit. First, it was never an advertised feature. In order to claim false advertising, the claim has to be made in an advertisement. A developer interview is not an advertisement, nor is even a trailer at BlizzCon. Second, it was not stated that it would be in the game on release. Many features of WoW appear in patches, and until Blizzard moves on to Cataclysm, they have not, in fact, broken any promises about what features will appear in WotLK, since they haven't finished adding features to WotLK. You said say, "You said you'd have this feature", to which they can respond, "We will!" If you respond, "But you don't have it *now*," they can simply say, "we never said we'd have it *now*."
2-28-2010 @ 4:09PM
@ArtificialI said "if" it was on the box, which would indicate is was used to advertise.Then I said it was not.Therefore, I'm not sure why you are clarifying what I made clear.
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