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2-28-2010 @ 4:12PM
"Hinted at"? It was in big block letters in the trailer. That's not "hinted at' that's "announced."Here's another hint for Blizzard: Give us the damn dance studios.
2-28-2010 @ 4:20PM
I'd rather see Blizzard working on improving the actual game first before spending time on fluff like dance studios.Apparantly Blizzard feels the same way.Some day there will be dance studios I'm sure, and then I'll yayy, because then I can replace the stupid ogre dance for my moonkin. But, it's no biggie really. Bear dance > all...
2-28-2010 @ 5:51PM
So would I. I would also however like to see them not advertise stuff for expansion A, when it's not at an alpha or beta stage-- a stage where you can say with certainty that it will be delivered within a reasonable time frame.*shrug*We waited five years for new druid forms. How long do you think we'll have to wait for this?
3-01-2010 @ 3:30AM
@Faar"I'd rather see Blizzard working on improving the actual game first before spending time on fluff like dance studios."The process of improving the game NEVER ends. If you'd rather them improve the game than add new features, we'll never get anything new added to the game. Ditto on if they kept that kind of attitude in the base game. It NEVER ends. Just look at StarCraft, it's been out 10 years and they're STILL releasing balance patches. There is no stopping point on improving the game. And since you can never find such a stopping point, I'd rather they add features to the game that were promised in the trailers. If they were gonna be too busy improving the game to add dances, they could've not put it in the trailer. They did the base game and BC for 2 years each, they knew what would happen on improving the game.
3-01-2010 @ 4:46AM
"The process of improving the game NEVER ends. If you'd rather them improve the game than add new features, we'll never get anything new added to the game"Well said. Duke Nukem Forever, anyone?
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