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10-11-2011 @ 3:27PM
@AntropineHaving played other MMOs, some of which have not been nearly so successful, I don't believe Blizzard has stopped respecting us. They continue to push forward with the game, giving us content-filled updates. They listen to our feedback and try to provide things we want without compromising their quality. When the community speaks out against certain features or changes, they re-think and re-plan to listen to us.I don't believe a company selling services means they're just in it for the money. When a company interacts with their customers as regularly as Blizzard does and tries hard to make a game so many people will enjoy, they are obviously in the business for more than just money. They want people to enjoy what they do and it will take a lot more than some non-combat pets or mounts to make me think Blizzard has completely sold out.I, for one, am still enjoying the game. Maybe I don't play as much as I used to, but I still have things I want to do and stuff to accomplish. The game is still fun and is still growing. I can't wait to see what comes next.
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