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Who didn't see that comming, everytime they try and do something they mess the realms up for awhile we get 2 updates saying their working on it then usually another saying it will be up by 2pm pst ...sounds pretty dumb but we should be reimbursed gametime they mess up servers and not let people get on we still pay for the time i swear since vanilla i would have had a few free months all the work theyve done and messed up
sigh... figures, i work 16 hour days, this is first day in 5 days I only had to work 8, thought I had time to actually play
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I just finished Borderlands 2 with a friend just now. I can wait, I got a few shows to watch. =D
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Damn it! /10char
Maybe we'll get a new raid boss out of this: Sha of Restarts
Only Blizzard can break a game while trying to make it better.
Looks like some people found a way to get a hold of "test" items again -- as opposed to an outright server hack. And by 'test' items, I mean the various items that devs use to hard-test encounters and whatnot that can kill a target on use, or kill things in an area.
There were reports of a player getting their account banned back in WotLK when someone got a hold of one of these items to one-shot Flame Leviathan.
The video in the Joystiq article also demonstrates the use of an XYZ hack program do distort the vertical location of your character to simulate "flying". Such hack programs were prolific in the days of level 58 DK bots floating underground to mine in Wintergrasp.
point I'm getting at is: the servers did not get 'hacked'. The hacking is done on the client-end. Simply code vulnerabilities in the game itself instead of the hardware.
Last edited by greyghost; 2012-10-07 at 07:00 PM.
You people are far too dependent on this game in order to function.