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12-08-2011 @ 2:03PM
Street is making a kind of iron-clad argument here. GC: This system is fundamentally flawed and an excessive amount of work to maintain. Drakkenfyre: But you should keep doing it because we shouldn't have to lose abilities to make your job easier!GC: But doing this excessive amount of work produces something that we don't feel is the best product. Drakkenfyre: BUT YOU SHOULD KEEP DOING IT ANYWAY. GC: But we're Blizzard, so making the best product is sorta what we do...Street is tying this change in with preserving the quality of design that Blizzard has exemplified from the start. To tell them to deviate from that quality is to make them run counter to their intentions as a studio, and to tell them to just maintain that quality without altering the fundamental systems would be prohibitively difficult. Street is presenting MoP's talent revamp as the only way for Blizzard to maintain it's reputation without driving themselves insane.
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