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3-13-2012 @ 9:19PM
Ya know, my hats off to WoW.com. Blizzard could take the hugest shit ever on the Blizzard fanbase and why their asses with money from their fans and you guessed it, WoW.com would justify that shit as being as fair as a poor old lady asking a young strapping lad for help to cross the street.In the last 7 years i've been coming here, i've never been shocked and awed at how upbeat and positive these bloggers stay in the face of all the bad shit Blizz does. Its truly amazing.
3-14-2012 @ 2:58AM
Exactly what bad shit has blizzard done? I could count a few miss-steps, most of which were when they listened to the "hardcore" vocal minority. ("hardcore" in quotes because everyone I know who is truly hardcore never asked for harder hard modes or harder 5-man heroics, rather just internet whineboys.)Casual raiding - hitCasual heroic dungeons and gearing - biggest hit in the history of mmo'sLFD/LFR - massive hitRemoval of hybrid tax - hitConsolodation of buffs - hitFun and neat classes and class mechanics - hitMages - hitGarrosh Hellscream - missBasic Campfire - hitCompletely customizable and open User Interface - hit9 out of 10, not bad.Plus, it seems like they really learned to differentiate the real critical feedback versus the "hardcore" whineyboys with the upcoming expansion. Exactly how is blizz shitting on wow now?
3-14-2012 @ 9:22AM
You must have Stockholm Syndrome, Pyromelter - don't you remember that night when Blizzard came round everybody's houses and thrashed all the subscribers with a sturdy birch rod? Almost made me quit playing or reading WoW-related blogs.
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