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2-11-2012 @ 2:55PM
"Saying one thing, then doing the complete opposite seems to be becoming a trend with Blizzard lately."To an extent I can see why this bothers people, but mostly it just seems silly. The idea that Blizzard can NOT change it's mind EVER and that it MUST stick with whatever it said the first time is simply ludicrous. Obviously they've made some bad decisions. So? They're human. Everyone reading this has made stupid decisions that they later looked at and said "why did I DO that?" It flies directly in the face of "Blizzard never listens to the players" complaints. So Blizzard listens to and implements a suggestion for Diablo 3, but we complain about this? I don't get it.There IS a case to be made for changing their mind too much, but that's still kinda iffy. How do you decide what is too much anyway? While I'm an outsider, I doubt this amount of "design churn" is that unusual for Blizzard. It's likely always been this way since the early days of Warcraft. Everything is vastly more transparent now, possibly the most transparent designers out there.Yeah, I like Blizzard. They do a good job. Sure, they screw up sometimes. Welcome to life.
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