Unless you're kidding, that's a horribly blatant fallacy and pretty much just a stupid thing to say.... However, I don't mean any offense because I do understand what you're saying. If people don't want to use them, they don't need to.
Is this confirmed, by the way? I haven't been keeping up-to-date.
cotters3000 It's always better to have something, than to have it left out.
This is so freakin true.
I do NOT understand why people act like "I don't want it, so nobody should be able to do it.". That is the lamest most moronic attitude ever. Seriously. If it doesn't effect your personal gameplay experience (And so far, i haven't seen anything at all ever which suggests airplanes or helos in SR2 will be in online game modes) then quit freakin whining about how you don't want it especially since the developer and many more people than you have wanted to have them.
-I don't want to use exotic sports cars in TDU. I don't whine about it. I just don't use them. I cruise around in the big sedans. -I don't like any of the sports cars in GTA or SR, So I always drive the trucks and SUVs. No need to post about how useless it is to have a 200,ph sports car in a crowded metropolis where you can barely hit 100mph before having to make a hard turn or avoid traffic, but hey, makers of sandbox games set in cities as well as many gamers love them. But I personally don't see why anyone would bother with some lightweight exotic that isn't nearly as durable nor can even carry as many of your own gang into shootouts.
XBL:Epicurean PSN:IronChefSpam. You know you're old when you think, "I'd do mrs. Howell."
" 'It's always better to have something, than to have it left out.'
This is so freakin true."
Again, no. In this instance, in a best case scenario, it may be true that helicopters and planes would be better in the game rather than left out. It's a small detail but your phrasing really bugs me. Almost nothing is ALWAYS true. Suppose they do it horribly or it causes problems with other parts of the game. Sounds unlikely, but still.