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10-23-2010 @ 8:24AM
I'm not really too excited about this years blizzcon. On wow side theres hardly any major revelations. Cinematics, 3D boss images on maps are cool and all but not that much to get jumping on the walls. I wonder how much they can do at class Q&A because theres 2 months for cataclysm and I dont think they will do major overhauls, revelations or anything there. Heck theres not even release date announcement for it. Oh well, it must be fun to those attending.. meeting other people, cosplay, fans, souvenirs, murlocks.. Not much for people "who watch at home". Kinda reminds me of this years E3 where there was hardly any big news that werent told public months before that.But hey, go ahead.. suprise me blizzard.
10-23-2010 @ 9:00AM
There was actually a lot of good lore information in the quest and story panel yesterday. Also, the Diablo 3 gameplay panel showed a lot of cool concepts which may eventually work their way into WoW in some form or another (since a lot of the gameplay aspects of WoW were based off of concepts from Diablo 2).Just because there isn't a major new announcement doesn't mean there aren't things to glean from the con.
10-23-2010 @ 9:25AM
as someone who's watching from home (the flight from australia was a bit pricey), i have to say i'm pretty entertained by it all. a lot of the panels you dont really need to watch, and i've just been listening to them while i play wow.... watching paragon take on a bunch of beefed up vanilla bosses, then a bunch of new bosses, was pretty rad as well. and sure, a lot of the information i could have just picked up here afterwards, but there's something to be said for having Metzen boom it at you in Thrall's voice instead :P
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