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1-29-2012 @ 2:12AM
@AkawakaHonestly, I would love it if Blizzard spent more time on their story and quests than they do on designing raid encounters. I would love it if they didn't leave so many stories unfinished, but they have made considerable improvements to the game and they have made some very compelling raid encounters.The problem isn't so much that Blizzard has "lost touch with reality". The problem is they have been trying very hard for a long time to please everyone. By everyone I mean the focus of their game has always been raiding, but they also provide content for non-raiders. So they're trying to please everyone, and no company, not even Blizzard can do that. However they are showing that they realize their mistakes, oversights, and shortcomings. All of the planned additions coming in MoP, and the additions made in 4.3 with the LFR and Transmogrification are a step in the right direction.That being said the real problem may not even be their development and game design. The real problem is a lot of their customers have been so spoiled by how awesome they are that many players of World Of Warcraft don't realize just how well they have done. Seriously, what other subscription based MMO has ever had 12 million players? What MMO has ever been so well known by non-gamers?As for the updated Moonkin form, you'd groan too if you had to answer the same question for the thousandth time...And the "deleted" fan video? Where was it deleted from? Do you mean this:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLqxJlGZXXAStop complaining and find a gaming company that delivers to your expectations.
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