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5-23-2010 @ 11:57AM
Sgt. Baker, I like your thinking. There's so many situations where I can see that being useful.If Blizz wanted, I'm pretty sure they could make their own external VC thing, something that was linked to Battle.net. If many of the chat functions we enjoy in other IM and VC programs was made part of the whole B-net thing, I can see that being a big selling point for the company, and help them keep a competitive edge in the future too. However, creating such a system would require time and money, and I'm not sure a game company wants to actually divide its resources for that kind of endeavor.Besides, TS and Vent are pretty darn good as they are. Not sure if there is a need for any drastic improvements for that.
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