No one said anything about patch notes on the launcher.
72 hour suspension is hardly forgiving to those ignorant of it being a bug/exploit.
None of these counter arguments make anyone self-centered, nor spoiled for that matter. None of this makes them a bad company, just doesn't make them worthy of the praise they have been receiving.
wow >gw2. lock thread.
This kind of post adds nothing to the discussion and only serves as flamebait. Please post productively. -Edge
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I'm not a native English speaker, and yet, I don't suck at English. The argument "English is not my mother tongue" doesn't actually give you an excuse to do so.
It doesn't make them a bad company, no. Would it be nice to post something positive on the internet? They really do it a lot better than other gaming companies, yet saying something good about GW2/Anet attracts trolls/depressed emo's like flies to a turd.
Also, iirc to get a 72 hour ban, you had to buy at least 40 of these items.That's a lot of items to buy, why would you immediately buy 40 items if you didn't know it was a bug that would get fixed?.
Monk, I need a monk!!!
Wow, that's really nice of them. I doubt many companies would have given more then a "sorry" message.
double post, sorry :/
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There are many people who had the issue who are not getting the "upgrade" and what of those who have the DD? There were quite a few I know of who did not get to play for much of Saturday but I don't see anything done about the overall downtime during the head start.
What about having a gem sale for those who had to watch a whole week go by without the AH? Oh, or does that one not count?
2012-03-05 : The day SWTOR jumped the shark
Mages are basically "warlocks for girls" - Kerrath
There's a difference, D3 didn't have a version with early special access. Do normal GW2 accounts that can't play (because of login issues for example) get compensated?huh, so tell me... did you get any compensation for not being able to play on release day of d3? i dont think so
I really wish every thread didnt turn into GW2 vs WoW.
I PAID for Digital Deluxe and still don't have my Mistfire Wolf (I'm level 65 now...) so idk what's up.
On topic, I didn't get any compensation nor have I been expecting it or find it to be the work of angels. I've been refunded by many companies when they've failed to deliver, INCLUDING the company that shall not be named. I don't consider problems on the release day of major content/completely new games to be something I NEED refunds for though.
Oh, and you forgot that you become a pig and search for truffles for frog men. I loved that quest myself but I don't fool myself into thinking that it's less childish and silly than anything found in other 12+ games.
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The amount of whinging in GW2 /map chat just tells me that some players are self-entitled brats who will never be happy and will never be able to expect issues on launch days. Anet compensating some of them won't do diddly squat, the whinging will continue.
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Blizzard didn't cave in on the flight topic, they didn't "pussy out", they didn't roll over. They did what GROWN UPS DO, they compromised! Now watch the childish people that believe this to be a pissing contest between a company and it's customers go haywire. Meanwhile us adults that worked together to achieve this can be happy and rejoice! What are we without the skies? Soon we won't have to wonder anymore!!
Some people do get buttfucked by game companies though, my personal experiences were okay. But others didn't know beforehand they would get buttfucked until the massive dildo was shoved up their ass. My friend couldn't activate his account on Origin for months, that's how rape starts. Seriously.
I think Anet deserves some praise to show them we appreciate their efforts, that's all I meant with my posts. Negativity is plentiful, it's refreshing to say something nice once and a while.