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1-25-2012 @ 7:39PM
@AranyszinOk. I'll bite at the troll bait..." and I think they are going to accelerate MoP to launch much sooner than they intended - I am thinking summer, rather than end-of year, which would have been consistent with prior expansions. "No one, I mean NO ONE had the tiniest doubt that MoP is going to be released before fall, this has nothing to do with how much Blizz is failing rather on how much of the expansion was already created when it was announced at BlizzCon. It was made very clear that they were/are way ahead compared with other expansion releases."They are trapped in this mindset that the only way they can keep subscribers is to release new content faster" In theory...this is true for every MMO. It IS the basic concept of business, not the 'blizz way'. Why you think SWTOR had to release new crap already? Cause they know "like everyone else" that new content=players happy."Blizzard shot an arrow into Warcraft's knee by dumbing the content down to make raiding accessible to anyone with a password. No more attunements, no more gear checks, stupidly easy fights and small raid instances....."Im sorry...I played since Vanilla...NO ONE LIKES ATTUNEMENTS. Find me 10 people who really, honestly prefer the endless wait and chaos of organizing and getting a 40-man raid done. I dare you!"(think of how long Ulduar lasted - and people would have continued to work on it if Blizzard hadn't dumped that moronic ToC raid on us)"Yeah...Ulduar lasted so long for only one reason....Dual-Spec was dropping next patch and needed extra tuning.So on, so forth, etc.etc. in the end...don't like it, don't play it bro'.
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