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2-06-2011 @ 6:49PM
What concerns me is that this 'trend' that reared its ugly head around the time of Cata's release doesn't seem to be diminishing. How many people were frustrated by things there were brought up build after build during the beta only to see the bug hit live. (Darrowshire quest, broken fly to xxx zone, the re-emergance of the Speed Hack in Warsong Gulch)Quality Assurance finds problem, sends it to management who determines (with the help of analysts) just how much negative feedback said issue will have and weighs that against the cost of man hours it takes to fix it. Complaining and throwing a fit over these things is the only way we, as consumers, exert influence to those making that decision. Some people claim that WoW players are more whiny today than in times past? Well I don't think we're whiny enough. Not if they're slacking in this regard.
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