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6-22-2010 @ 9:18AM
@Tony MotorolaThe problem is that they've tied features into RealID that have no reason to be limited to just IRL friends. We want features like cross-server and cross-game friends lists and text and voice chat to be used with, not necessarily every pugger we come across (please note Kaylin said guild officers, not random puggers), but people we repeatedly play with and have good experiences with. Tying them to RealID restricts them in ways that there's no good reason to. Other gaming networks like, for example, Xbox Live and Steam, allow these features, all of them, while using pseudonyms. Tying them into RealID feels unnecessary, a cheap marketing info tactic that's being done at the cost of player functionality.
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