- Sep 29, 2004
I understand that you have no argument other than to call people names..lol..Oh right, it must just be me that expects when a product is on the shelf it is a) finished and b) works.
Not that it will be completed a few days or weeks later.
Perhaps the faults don't sit with TWI then? perhaps they fall at the feet of the inept beta testers who rather than bug testing sat all giddy because they were part of the secret inner circle.
I think you'll find that the thread I linked to shows quite a large portion of unhappy customers who the game just doesn't run right for and a seriously poor public relations reply from a TWI guy. You've failed to see that I didn't start this, I basically just linked to a post from a bunch of people disatisfied and highlighted the poorly worded reply from TWI.
I don't expect you'll understand any of this though because you are the ultimate TWI fanboi and so your opinion is very bias, I on the other hand have no association with any developer so don't have any axe to grind.
It seems your anger has yet again got the better of your reasoning..And you are beginning to sound rather more like a child spoiling for fight..lol
You keep making assumptions based upon opinions rather than facts..
You were not in the closed beta so your arguments about the closed beta testing are rather ridiculous..
And with regards to who started what, you did start this thread because you posted the link..Why post if you did not want to engage in some form of debate on these forums?
But it would seem your posts are more a case of venting some kind of gamers rage..lol
If the game is not to your liking why on earth are you getting so upset..
TWI are actively improving the game almost daily so why not encourage that support instead of trashing it..
How many games have you played over the last few years that did not require patching?
And how many games have you purchased that ended up being un-supported by its dev team?
The gaming world is not perfect nor are the people in it but we should at least try to encourage those who make an effort to improve things for their customers.