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Now we know why Rob Pardo left.....

Discussion in 'Diablo 3 General Discussion' started by PsychoShion, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. PsychoShion

    PsychoShion Diabloii.Net Member

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    He get a a lot of crap for d3 and Pandaland... but leaving the company several months before you know TITAN is going to be canceled! It worked....somehow no one has put those 2 together and realized Pardo left because titan was ALL HIS. Creative director for blizzard....


    I cant imagine all those people and teams dedicated for years on that, I wish I could have some back so D3 would have had a bigger team. I just can't believe that a few months ago when Pardo left, I'm sure they knew that project was over. I bet alot of the company started leaving few months ago.


    There was no Jay Wilson to blame, I'm just surprised how much of Pardo's work on the last 7 years has been canceled. LOl. He could have given just a year or two to d3 and it could really be a Saga.
     
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    PsychoShion Diabloii.Net Member

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    The point is, 7 years of development canceled, and no one is blaming anyone.

    D3 was actually playable and built 2 years ago, and jay wilson got so much hate because the game wasn't d2.5. But here we have someone who was overseeing a 7 year project and just happens to leave a few months early? LOL

    Can you imagine if it was released as is? The entire planet would be screaming how can you mess up WOW 2.0 this badly?

    I just think its strange when certain things don't seem to effect everyone the way it usually does :)
     
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    martymart Diabloii.Net Member

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    This is all...ALL..just speculation.
     

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