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3-27-2012 @ 3:15PM
And personally, I'd hate to see an environment where the majority of the playerbase is left in the dark about developer intentions and their vision for the game simply because a vocal minority can't be relied on to behave in a realistic and mature manner.Blizzard putting stuff like that out far in advance, well before they start working on it isn't just a nicety; the (well reasoned) feedback they get informs their designs, and that's what makes the game great, in my opinion; they don't just dump stuff on us and say "this is what you're getting," they actually take player's opinions into consideration.Personally, I'd ask what's so wrong with the current system? Blizzard gives us this early insight, most of us comment on it in a reasonable manner, and we all continue to laugh at the idiots ranting about broken promises.
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