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10-13-2011 @ 4:37PM
I imagine that if Blizzard think players are able to produce higher-quality work than them (and of course they know perfectly well that there are talented people around), they would probably actually quite like that work to go into WoW rather than any of its competitors. I certainly think it's pretty far-fetched to suppose that they see the idea of their game being flooded with quality content as some kind of embarrassing disaster.In any case, great community contributors aren't some kind of opposing army. It's an excellent way to unearth talent. The opportunity to find someone with the proven ability to produce good work for your game outweighs... something. Some kind of downside, as far as I can gather. Not entirely clear what it might be. Are the developers squirming with humiliation at the prospect of their players noticing that some other people are also good at making games?
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