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1-27-2012 @ 10:39AM
I agree to what Apple Cider Mage writes... sure, it is totally understandable regarding the jam-packed schedule and no presentable new products, but still... even though the announcement of, say, the new WOW expansion always was that big moment of suspense and stuff, I love the vibe of Blizzcon. To me, it never was just about the actual announcements, but also about the atmosphere, the chance to hang out with other players, to meet up and take part in stuff like the panels (which I have watched many times). So if you ask me, I'd be totally fine with a Blizzcon without that huge announcement (if it was just about that, the whole affair could be over in an hour), but of course, I understand Blizz's reasoning there
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