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3-13-2012 @ 11:05PM
Your "NOTE:" does not excuse your behaviour as the epic down votes can attest.Press events are good because they create hype AND says "hey we have not just a little information for you, but enough for a whole event!", that wanting to know feeling you have right now? That's exactly what Blizzard wants you to feel. NDAs are good because put yourself in the shoes of a writer. NDAs, as many others have stated, give time to write thoughtful articles instead of the "live blog"s we got during BlizzCon where all the stuff you do care about is thrown in with all the stuff you don't care about. They get information overload, we get a highlight reel.THEN we go over to Blizzard's site to look into the things that interest each of us individually.
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