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3-07-2011 @ 9:39PM
I wish Blizzard would include the fans in this 20 year celebration a little more. They use to have great events and commemorative gifts for company achievements (ie. Baby Blizzard Bear.) I don’t know if it’s because they are with ActiVision now, but more they seem to be pulling away from this model. Sad panda.
3-07-2011 @ 9:42PM
The Fans?You mean the ones that cry, bitch, threaten Blizzard employees, and rage quit?Yeah, include them in the celebration.
3-07-2011 @ 10:06PM
Or do you mean the ones that cry & bitch about everyone else?
3-07-2011 @ 10:22PM
The fans do sometimes cry, but they also play Blizzard games because at the core we love the content they create. Blizzard needs to remember that the fans are not the "enemy." They wouldn't be where they are today if it wasn't for their millions of crying fans, just like we wouldn't be so lucky to experience their wonderful games if it weren't for such a great development house. So it isn't so crazy for them to show the fans some true love and respect. It also wouldn't hurt if the fans did the same.
3-07-2011 @ 11:52PM
I seriously doubt them not including the fans like you say is because of Activision. It could even be from Vivendi which pretty much owns both Activision and Blizzard. Actually for the most part Blizzard's name is used in the Activision Blizzard company name more out of recognition than anything else since it was Vivendi that merged with Activision.
3-08-2011 @ 7:09AM
Except the stock symbol is ATVI for ActiVision so its not like Vivendi is even really still around :(But anyway, yea. Investing in em for btoh WOTLK and reselling the week after the xpac and doing the same thign for cata paid off a TON. Way more than just keeping my money in there. Thanks guys!
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