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MrEmilBB

Member Since 19 Nov 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 12 2012 10:33 AM

#2113199 Where has everyone gone?

Posted Dasryn on 09 December 2012 - 11:13 PM

if you guys really wanted ANet to improve this game, you wouldnt be on Guru whining about it.

plain and simple.

seriously guys, ANet is not reading this, they are not seeing anything you write. and even if they did, like i said, they wouldve tuned you out a long time ago.

ive seen devs reply more to twitter posts and facebook posts than in Guru.

so my point still stands, you guys really have nothing productive to say.  just a few broken records trying to fight what you think is the righteous fight when all you are doing is polluting the Guru community.  you paint this grim dark picture for the future of GW2, and in the end, it doesnt really matter.

no one that enjoys GW2 wants to see it close its doors, but if it did, there is nothing that you or i can do about it.  

i say, just let things run its course. let those that want to enjoy the game to enjoy it.  stop blowing things out of proportion and making it seem like ANet is this evil empire intent on CONning you out of your money.

just move on.  please, do this community a favor and move on to your next big expectation.


#2103708 Do MMO players demand too much?

Posted ukgamer23 on 01 December 2012 - 05:30 PM

I really don't envy the life of a game developer, it must be very disheartening to be constantly moaned at by your player-base. How much is enough for the MMO gamer? Will you or I ever be pleased?
"oh this is too easy"
"this is too hard"
"this is too grindy"
"there isnt enough grind, nothing to do"
"too much to do"
"too random"
  "ugh, such boring loot we all have the same"
  and it just keeps going.

The fact is they cant please everyone, no one can. Do we have to jump on every decision? Every piece of content? It will never be perfect for us all.
Look at the clock-tower, the dev actually apologized for making it too hard? Are we all that pathetic that any challenge in a video game is cried about so much, we need a sorry note from the creator?

Most of us gamers now are 18-30, we grew up with games...cant we all just grow up in general? Sure post constructive posts about issues, but leave the crying in the cot with the bottle.


#2104045 Do MMO players demand too much?

Posted Blixcoe on 01 December 2012 - 10:31 PM

I loved the mad king jumping puzzle! Too bad they're not going to do them anymore :(
In all honesty though, it wasn't even that hard. I don't get the complaining.....