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Just kinda flabbergasted how some people are calling CRZ seamless, odd blue twing (what is this quantum leap?) rubberbanding, the fact you can't see someone 2 inches away across a invisible zone line, might as well just put in a loading please wait screen (give me a nice EQ old feel).. now screwed up the cool-downs and resets 6AM EST kinda sucks and my dam 2 person rocket is still dropping people.
There is so much MORE back and forth communication between Blizzard and the community now that it's crazy. Blizzard's communication used to suck, now it's better, now people act like it's worse? Makes no sense. They used to make broad sweeping changes and never communicate why they made those changes. Anyone that played Brood War or WC3 could tell you that. Even the first several patches of Vanilla WoW.
People have complained about reflect damages inconsistencies in d3, 4 months later they decided to fix it. Are they just slow readers?
The only feedback they listen to is your $15 dollars a month!
based on all of MOP
yes they do
Operation W.O.R.G (Worgen Operatives Retake Gilneas)
I think there's really only 3 types of people for threads like this one.
1) Fanboy. I'm going to agree with/defend Blizzard no matter what. Blizzard can do no wrong. Likes to parrot off blue responses like they're gospel.
2) Haters. I'm going to disagree with/hate everything that Blizzard does out of principal. Usually won't have active subscription for WoW.
3) Everybody else. Agree/disagree with things that make logical sense to them. I would say in a thread like this, these are the only posters that actually have anything to say, about anything. The other two types are just going to rehash the same things, and will never change.
PS - You're a fanboy.
Infracted. Please don't insult other forum posters.
Last edited by Rivelle; 2012-12-15 at 04:15 PM.
ofc they listen.
you can see wow progressing to casual.
thats because there are more casuals then hardcore players ofc.
casuals = money
i would say they listen 70% to casuals / 30% to hardcore players.
Certainly. They always have. They simply choose which feedback they feel is necessary/would be beneficial to act upon, and which they feel is, while helpful to understand their customers, something they don't wish to change.
I still can't understand why after all that complaining about WoW and Diablo3 I saw you do months ago you still bought MoP. You were bored of Cata. You hated D3. But you still bought MoP and now you're bored of MoP. I can't imagine Blizzard doing anything to appease you at this point, but I have a feeling you're going to buy the next expansion anyway and then complain about it on the forums, too.
Last edited by SamR; 2012-12-13 at 06:49 PM.
It all comes down to subjective opinion.