Nov 23rd 2008 11:51AM See, what a player 'enjoys' doesn't have to have anything whatsover to do with the intent of the product manufacturers or that product's labeling.
Case in point: Child gets elaborate present. Child unwraps and looks at elaborate present, with all it's bells and whistles and shinies and entertainments designed to keep child happy with well-structured play. Child pushes present aside and jumps inside the giant box it came in, choosing to make up her own game instead, because for her, that is more fun.
Enjoyment is subjective. Lucky for Blizzard, who can make money by selling a product to people who choose to play their own way.
Nov 22nd 2008 10:35AM Godless??? They're bears...
Nov 17th 2008 6:57PM Sounds like this kid has hypoglycemia or something.
Yet another thing his parents really should have been aware of.
Nov 11th 2008 8:13PM Ooooh yes please!
Nov 6th 2008 10:57AM Comment ahoy!
Oct 24th 2008 9:38AM Your column is always great and this was fun to watch.
Keep it up!
Aug 15th 2008 12:56PM He didn't complain, he made a useful comment that sheeping isn't a good strategy in this scenario. Many new level 8 mages will survive a murloc encounter armed with this information.
Aug 12th 2008 10:23AM Blizzard rakes in a lot more selling an new account. The software and one month fee nets them nearly as much as what you are proposing in ONE SHOT.
They are out to make a buck, not worry about player convenience.