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I don't have to have my memories tarnished
« on: June 27, 2020, 01:54:28 am »
People recall that Blizzard, the one with good customer support and a genuine customer-first attitude. That's who they shield, and to be absolutely honest, Blizzard earned this defense. Activision currently possesses Blizzard through and through. And all these shitty customer service functions have Activision. They have been Activision's MO for years. So that people are quick to attribute Activision instead of Blizzard. It'd be like blaming the folks originally behind Craftsman or Pyrex for the fall in quality, when in fact, it was the men and women who bought the brands and are now destroying their name by accepting a short-term money in on the originally widely-known high quality character of these while cutting costs and ruining the quality of the items newly-made under the brand name.

I'm quite glad I never got to some Blizzard games growing up, this way I don't have to have my memories tarnished by how they have gone downhill. You don't have any clue how actually irritating it is. I've some amazingly amazing memories in World of Warcraft, and I spent time to the majority of my high and middle school at Warcraft 3 and Stacraft. I still play Diablo 3 from time to time, because I actually enjoy the seasonal resets along with the pleasure of trying out a new character at the beginning of each one.

So between those memories Legion and pretty much all, I keep hoping that some thing they put out will be interesting to play again. The Legion growth specifically felt so good that it's like you can feel the older Blizzard in it.

Most of the original Blizzard left Blizzard for precisely the same reason everyone leaves match firms: burnout. Activision purchased Blizzard in 2008 so by those Blizzard higher-ups who were there since the 90s were rolling in cash and didn't have to put up with all the mill. Obviously they bailed. They are the company with the same executives. They've dealt that any game firm deals with, therefore their culture has changed.

That is why people blame Activision, that they create that distinction. It is separating the Blizzard they knew and loved from the Blizzard that's gone to shit. The Blizzard within their own memory deserves respect, honestly. They had been also a force for greatness in the USA game development arena. It's still a heritage even if it doesn't make sense to anybody who didn't live through it.

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