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1-17-2011 @ 9:21AM
PTR stands for Public TEST Realm. If people can't figure out what that means then I weep for humanity. I work as a programmer myself 9-5. No matter how much you test, plan, etc, nothing compares to getting a feature out in front of hundreds, thousands, millions of people. I'd wager that they usually have an idea if something is broken or not, but need to see just how broken and then fine tune the change based on what they see as people on the PTR beat on it.I think a lot of people pay their $15 a month not to play the game, but to whine about Blizzard and anything they do. I think it's an inexpensive form of therapy for them.
1-17-2011 @ 1:16PM
Guy's got a point."Does everything sucks in your life? Your wife left you? Nobody will play with you? Your cat stinks? Well hey! At least you can bitch about blizzard for 15 bucks a month :)"
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