"It’s not the job of the artist to give the audience what the audience wants. If the audience knew what they needed, then they wouldn’t be the audience. They would be the artists. It is the job of artists to give the audience what they need."
— Alan Moore
Blizzard's only recourse is one that in a billion years they don't have the stones to act on -- pull the plug. Just tell their Chinese market to go to hell and cut them off. But, frankly, all that would probably lead to is mass cyber crime to gain access or just attacking the game to shut it down by hackers over there.
Last edited by Stormdash; 2011-02-10 at 01:07 PM.
Great, THANKS CHINA, now I have to visit your country once in my life time. Nothing good ever comes out of China, now this, wth man, wth.
Didn't Blizzard have a thread along the lines of Design a Blizzard Theme Park some time ago?
Just damn China.
The Chinese government is notorious for not caring one bit about infringement of foreign copyrights and trademarks. China has, by far, the highest volume of counterfeit goods produced in it, along with the highest media (music, video, software) piracy rate in the world.
The owners of the park have nothing to worry about.
haha that's awesome, I wanna go!
Was anyone else more interested in the full size replica buster sword in the articles at the side?
WoW players will still not go outside for this.
Bringing back open world pvp!! I like it. =D
Woah, found a vid of them actually building it. Looks like it's a go :-O
(not a keylogger, just some chinese youtube-like site)
Can any chinese people translate some of the report? Curious to what the owner/head guy is saying and what questions they are asking him.
Last edited by bigsandwich732; 2011-02-11 at 02:19 AM.
i'm so freaking going there one day
http://www.mmo-champion.com/threads/...9#post10440969 great thread. Come on down!
Ahaha good luck pursuing infringement of intellectual property on chinese soil blizzlard.