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10-28-2011 @ 2:03PM
"I don't believe that I am alone in this observation, but Blizzard has been out and about like crazy talking about the Pandaren and the monk class nonstop."They have to cause I think alot of people is sorta blah zah about the entire expansion. Heck I am more excited about 4.3 then MoP. It just all feels like they jumped the shark. I wouldn't be surprised to see the game and materials Made in *guess* and ran on *guess* servers at this point. Blizzard just became just like the U.S. Government. I really can't say butsomething is amiss with this expansion. Maybe just with SW: TOR forthcomming and it looking very European Americana vibe I am more drawn to it. Remember alot of Star Wars was made in England I believe.
10-28-2011 @ 2:32PM
The expansion is being made in Anahiem, CA, just like all of the other WoW expansions. You really should watch Blizzcon's WoW Art Panel (search YouTube) to see how awesome the people who are desiging the expansion are.It will not be released to China any earlier than it will be elsewhere. China usually has to wait before getting their localized version of WoW. They didn't get Wrath until Wrath was mostly over for the U.S.Sorry if you don't like the Asian asthetic, but it's only one of many culturally-themed visuals in WoW. Northrend was European-inspired, as was Gilneas. There's no reason for it to be like that everywhere in Azeroth.
10-28-2011 @ 2:40PM
Your post made no sense whatsoever.
10-28-2011 @ 3:01PM
Something is amiss because, unlike SWToR, it doesn't have a "very European Americana vibe"? It's wrong that it's based off Asian influences?OMG, look at how the trolls sound, Blizz has been taken over by the Jamaican government!!
10-29-2011 @ 6:56AM
Star Wars is mostly made in England? I guess that explains why the game is mostly about drinking tea, and nobody carries a gun. Oh, hit's a jolly 'oliday wiv' Vader. Gor bless yer kind 'eart, Mister Palpatine.
10-29-2011 @ 9:42AM
Didn't I just say last week that every slam against WoW eventually seems to turn into an ad for another game?
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