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6-15-2011 @ 1:24PM
I think the real problem was the lack of questions offered in the Latin American forums in the first place. I have no idea what the number is for the player base in Latin American areas, but what I DO know is that not all Latin Americans speak Spanish. That may have been one reason why the LA forums were so poorly represented, as you're essentially leaving out any Portuguese-speaking players from the Q and A (as well as the many different dialect-speaking players).Or maybe not very many players in Latin America peruse the Blizz forums. Yet another possibility is that these same players were not aware that they were even given the chance to "Ask the Developers," (although to be fair, I don't frequent Blizz's forums much either).Whatever the case may have been, the fact remains: on THIS question, the problem was the question itself. Not necessarily Blizzard's fault.For the record, I know they very much did mess up on the rest of the Q and A as well. I'm not trying to be a fanboy, just explaining this issue was just one of poor circumstance.
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