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10-23-2010 @ 11:00PM
The general feeling I've gotten from this Blizzcon is that there's been a lot of great content and smaller developments. However, since there's no big announcements to be made, both the opening and closing ceremonies have been kind of adrift, with nothing to really guide them or give them focus. Which is sad, because a perfectly decent Blizzcon is probably, at best, going to be remembered for not being memorable.
10-24-2010 @ 12:45AM
A good closing ceremony would have gone a long way to making the convention a little more memorable. However, you're right. It's really an off year for major announcements, but there was a lot of cool little things in development.
10-24-2010 @ 3:29AM
I want to know where Samwise was, and what the heck he's up to if he can't show up at Blizzcon. :(Secrets... so many secrets...
10-24-2010 @ 4:48AM
The Demon Hunter was announced for Diablo 3, so there was something. With Blizzard's reputation for lengthy development, there isn't going to be a huge announcement available every year anyway.
10-24-2010 @ 1:21PM
You know, I kinda wished they had waited with the Cataclysm cinematic. Would make it a much more awesome experience for everyone.
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