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2-27-2012 @ 6:59PM
I honestly would like to know which part would be considered trolling, I tend to refrain from commenting on this site because As mar says, if you say something bad about blizzard, down rated to oblivion. I fail to see how I'm trolling here. Blizzard should focus more on content (why someone who hated the game would say something like that is beyond me, I love the game, I'm bored as shit with it) and less on marginal performance gains (I would say it's probably slower if you don't use a ton of addons) and improving their 7 year old gfx engine.What I said about supporting a 64bit environment is also absolutely true, it's not a technically difficult task it just takes resources so don't half ass it. Either commit or drop it, anyone who is begging for a 64 bit client knows nothing about computers and blizzard knows this, so why cater to them when their resources could be spent elsewhere.They are loosing subs and I think this is one of the reasons they are... I don't say these things cause I want blizzard to fail, it's not cause I'm some Tor fanyboy, it's because I think it's a legit reason. Tell me why what I'm saying is trolling in a logical argument and I'll give up but I'm clearly not trolling, just stating a difference of opinion.
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