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Sorry guys, but this has to be a new CM low. There are tons of really tough questions that need to be answered, timelines that need to be given, quality issues that need to be addressed, and instead you're putting up polls?
Make no mistake, polls and contests are a pure marketing tactic to drive either web traffic or sales, maintain customer/user/fan engagement, and create a favorable association between common human social responses and products. This is basically an admission that they don't want to talk about the tough D3 issues any more, they just want to throw candy out the window of their plush limo when they drive by your house with bare cupboards.
I really honestly believe the Diablo community is above this. Or, at least, the one I used to belong to.
Edited by Bootes#1787 on 1/4/2013 6:35 PM PST
Their's too much negativity surrounding Diablo 3.
In order for Blizzard to create a more positive environment surrounding this game they need to communicate more in a better way.
1: Post more on the forums, make more of an attempt in creating good posts.
2: Aim at creating more positive posts. The pvp blog was a bad idea, would have been better if you just gave Team Death Matches and dueling as a bonus (a sort of apology). Then promise that pvp isn't totally complete and will be improved and added to. Team Death Match doesn't even have to be that great if we know that more will come later.
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