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6-09-2011 @ 3:33PM
@Hob:I don't have anything against big events, provided Blizzard gives me a way to opt-out. Even just being able to not log, BUT HAVING THOSE DAYS REFUNDED, might have been enough. After all, for me at least, the game was absolutely unplayable during the zombie event.As for why cancelling: two reasons.- I find the best way to communicate my displeasure with any company is to tell so by closing my wallet. If there is something happening that I really don't like, and I feel like increasing my chances of being heard is more important than enjoying the product, I will cancel my subscription and clearly state why.- The event - and, more than the event, the dev's answers in the forums saying everything was all right and happening as they had planned - made me distrustful of Blizzard's capability for producing content I like to play, so I also took that time to look at a few of the most promising MMOs in the market. I have a few retail accounts, and a lot of trial accounts, from that time.
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