I just want to say Greg must really love his job and the community because he puts up with a lot of crap and yet he STILL does things like this for the community that tends to not be so nice in return. Just want to say thank you!
Edit: Stuff like this doesn't impress me much.
Thanks to the good folks over at twizzcast for ...filtering out what the players really want to say to GC, without Blizz having to be on the hook for the filter..... errrr um I mean thanks for hosting this event.
So, in order to ask questions we have to go somewhere else to post them? Dumb.
03/13/2013 08:11 AMPosted by Mageybrit
No. You don't. Questions get answered every day, some directly, and some indirectly via game changes in some cases. We're always keeping an eye out for issues, feedback, and questions. This is just one of many interviews we've been conducting with various fansites, which simply offers an additional way in which we can spread information to as many people as we can. Unfortunately, we can't always answer every question, or sometimes can't answer a question "right now". But, we do what we can.
Let me just change - Do what you can - to - Do what you want to.
You can answer tons of things about the game that you choose not too. Let's just take CRZ as an example. But you don't want to, so you don't.
OK. Sorry. It was a bit at a tangent to the thread here. So, let's just say that I'm looking forward to what Greg has to say on any topic, and I hope some of my favorite topics are covered.
The problem is these interviews tend to be nothing but fluff and never address any real serious game issues.
Did I miss the huge forum post telling people to follow the other show's, that did interviews interviews, twitter accounts or watch their YouTube?
I don't understand this preferential treatment.
If you did give the other podcasts the same amount of love, I will willingly admit I am wrong.
These Blizzard endorsements have weight behind them.
I think we have all seen tough questions being ignored or dodged, then someone asked what brand of coffee you guys drink in the office and it gets answered lol cant blame people for being skeptical about these types of things.
03/13/2013 09:57 AMPosted by JakeuraiThis is an evolving process. We've been tweeting about other interviews as well and you can find a slew of them in the Round-up blog here. We'll see how it goes though. We don't purport to be perfect, but we're trying new things and seeing how they go. :)
I would never call myself perfect either. I wear my demons on my sleeve.
Your choice for corporate endorsement just baffles me.
The Instance, All Things Azeroth, etc... deserve just as much love, probably even more for the years of support they've brought to players of this game.
How did Twizz get Zarhym in his pocket?
You're typing this with wax drippings. Anything is possible.
So I guess I might as well step in and comment on this.
As a podcaster who covers WoW podcasting, I have a bit of a unique perspective on the whole situation.
In general there has been an increase in the amount of support and growth within the community. Many new shows have sprung up in the past few months alone. The number of current active WoW podcasts is close to 70, just counting English speaking productions.
For those concerned about the attention being given to a singular podcast, I'd invite you to take a moment to step back and consider this...
I know this thread is long already but I just wanted to say that this expansion is my favorite so far and this is coming from someone that has been playing since 2005.
It's because of events like this and the incredible amount of feedback we have been given in the past few months.
Thanks for all the hard work