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8-27-2011 @ 10:38AM
It always amazes (depresses) me to see so many people who don't understand even remotely how video game development works.It's just like any business.Imagine, if you will, that you're at a restaurant. You wish they had more variety."Well, we'd like to add more to the menu, but our kitchen's understaffed at the moment. We just don't have the resources to prepare more food..."What you (and so many others) are doing is then pointing at the waitresses and bus boys and going, "Well you obviously have staff to do take orders and take dirty plates! Why aren't they cooking!?"Well, guess why? Because they aren't cooks. That's not what they were hired to do, or what they specialize in. You put them in the kitchen, they burn the food, nobody's happy.So, you say, "But they're rich? Why don't they hire more people!?"To which I respond: http://us.blizzard.com/company/careers/Doesn't matter how much money they have, people still have to apply for the jobs and meet their quality standards.
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