View Poll Results: Do you think Blizzard listens to feedback anymore?

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  • yes

    217 68.89%
  • no

    98 31.11%
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  1. #221
    Quote Originally Posted by Goatfish View Post
    Oh god, don't remind me about worgen models in general... especially the female one... I haven't played in 2 years and it still bothers me how hard they butchered them.
    Or male blood elves, I loved the slim beta ones - which were allegedly changed as a result of feedback from sexually insecure males...

    On topic: I think they listen to feedback, but I also think that

    a) they have such a massive and diverse playerbase that it's impossible for them to react to feedback the way games with smaller, more focused audiences can;
    b) that's led them to a 'we know best' attitude that isn't always right and that they find it very difficult to adjust - see for example the RealID on the forums fiasco that they certainly had no intention of backing down on to begin with.
    Last edited by maladicta; 2012-12-15 at 08:10 PM.

  2. #222
    more than ever, yes. this expansion has been so awesome so far, I know for sure it's the result of blizzard listening carefully to what t he players want.

  3. #223
    If you honestly think Blizzard ignores feedback, you are incredibly foolish. They have no reason to ignore feedback, and it's fairly obvious that a lot of MoP is based on feedback from Cataclysm.

    Just because Blizzard ignored your "feedback" (which was probably something like "My class sucks, I want more utility and 15% more dps and a bunch of gear for no effort") doesn't mean they don't listen to players.

  4. #224
    Quote Originally Posted by xanzul View Post
    Maybe you should try listening to Blizzard for once. Cross realm zones were only ever meant to address empty zones. Nothing more nothing less. Stop with the bullshit. The very fact that on pvp realms people are wailing and crying and stamping their feet over people being in their mmo ganking them shows beyond a shadow of a doubt the feature is working exactly as intended.

    CRZ is not what we asked for. We asked Blizzard to merge dead realms together so that we could recruit people on OUR servers for guilds etc.

    CRZ was a cheap solution that allowed Blizzard to save face and not suffer the bad press that merging servers would create.

    Blizzard's cost cutting has killed server communities and drastically reduced guild raiding.

    So now Blizz have to constantly release content to keep people hooked because instead of being a social game WoW has become a carrot on a stick with a childish storyline.


    Only the most deluded of fanboys would defend that.

  5. #225
    Blizzard don't listen when it matters...:/

  6. #226
    Quote Originally Posted by Garian View Post
    CRZ is not what we asked for. We asked Blizzard to merge dead realms together so that we could recruit people on OUR servers for guilds etc.

    CRZ was a cheap solution that allowed Blizzard to save face and not suffer the bad press that merging servers would create.

    Blizzard's cost cutting has killed server communities and drastically reduced guild raiding.

    So now Blizz have to constantly release content to keep people hooked because instead of being a social game WoW has become a carrot on a stick with a childish storyline.


    Only the most deluded of fanboys would defend that.
    Yet again for the millionth time cross realm zones were only ever meant to address empty zones. The only liar here is people like you who either can't comprehend anything Blizzard says or is purposely spreading misinformation to cause unrest.

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