We are all disgustingly immature. Everyone pretending that each side is free of sin is absurd. You're equally as guilty as anyone else.
We can talk about what Capcom should or shouldn't have done, what Ninja Theory should or shouldn't have done, but the fact can't be ignored that if ALL OF US as a collective fanbase had acted like we had some damn sense, we probably could've fixed some of this game's issues. Capcom would've been more responsive to a fanbase that isn't cursing every time they complain, or calling them Crapcom constantly, or giving death threats, or insulting the people that dislike certain aspects of the game. Perhaps if we had moved and thought more uniformly and civilized, our voices would've been heard.
If all the angry antis had taken the time to write a calm petition, or a letter, short even, instead of arguing and fuming about the game, we could've gotten something done.
Had we conversed without screaming at each other and insulting each other, we'd probably agree and not have to resort to trolling constantly.
This game coming out the way it did is just as much the fan's faults as it is Capcom's.
And what do we get out of this? Sure this game may be dead, at the cost of some people's enjoyment, some actually liked this game and would like to see more, but their opinions don't matter right? It's all about the people ho liked the old ones, or the new ones? See the issue now? No one is pleased with what we have now, and we're all to blame.
TL;DR: Civil behavior gets things done faster than acting like a bunch of 10 year old jackasses. --- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QCgle29Es4
It's really not fair to blame people if this game didn't do well. People voted with their wallet. And some did say that if you don't like DmC, then don't buy it. That's what people did. --- Newer isn't always better. And I shall keep Dante's Force Edge polished and sharp till he comes back.
That's assuming Capcom cares, they don't thus game was made to get sales. Not make people happy, they wanted GoW numbers, they said so themselves, this game was coming out the way it was no matter what. After all, according to NT this game is perfect.
In other words, this game was coming out like this no matter what, whether or not the fans and consumers ate it up was all that mattered, and for once they didn't --- Gamefaqs in a nutshell (http://error1355.com/img/gif/gamefaqscant.gif)
Considering that Tam-tam, Capcom and the "pros" went as far as to spit in the face of even those pointing out legitimate flaws and issues with DmC and deflect said legitimate issues by bringing up "the hair" is it any wonder the "antis" along with many other people stopped taking this game seriously? --- My Agent Hunt vids. http://tinyurl.com/caoo5f3
I have never seen an anti give a calm reasoning for why they dislike it to a pro and not be condescending.
But that's not even what I'm talking about. Why weren't you writing Capcom? Why was proving SlaveBlade or ShatterStar wrong more important than saving the series you loved so much.
And then take into account, the ones that didn't behave that way, you let the ones that did be on the forefront. The dumb, loud, cursing types were the ones leaving the impressions and actually talking to Capcom and NT. What kind of sense does that make? That would be like me allowing some hoodrat to give my children a talk that I should be giving them.
You allowed individuals to give you all a bad image. Same for the pros. No one stopped it, you all just went along with the jokes and insulted anyone just as bad as they did. --- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QCgle29Es4
Considering that Tam-tam, Capcom and the "pros" went as far as to spit in the face of even those pointing out legitimate flaws and issues with DmC and deflect said legitimate issues by bringing up "the hair" is it any wonder the "antis" along with many other people stopped taking this game seriously?
This. In spades. --- Don't look at me like that, you cretin. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mx4CL4Y2Cx0 / http://tinyurl.com/8ccm7pv