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I played it at launch and spent quite a bit of time on this game, but I admit I no longer play it due to lack of time.
What I don't get is why this and every other forum dedicated to this game is filled with haters who have nothing constructive to say, and simply spout hate and desire on how they want this game to fail.
Please guys, if you don't like it just go to a different forum or play a different game!
If this game fails, good people will lose their jobs. It's as simple as that.
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It's not just the haters though, to repeat what I said in another topic;
I have to admit, this whole "if you don't like it, take your money and GET OUT" mentality is sort of... confusing.
I assume that folks who like this game want it to survive and continue to grow, but EA isn't really creating incentive for new blood to flow in with the current free-to-play model, and the hostile fans aren't exactly making it easy for potential new players either by advocating a counter-productive arrangement.
At this point it almost feels like the fans, rather than the haters, want the game to die. ---
I should probably clarify as well that I haven't played SWTOR myself, by and large because the restrictions sound bothersome enough that they would taint my experience and I wouldn't be able to give the game a fair enough shake to decide if it's good (and worth every dime in turn).
I don't want to hate this game and will not do so until it gives me just reason to, and even despite EA's efforts (intentional or not) to ward me away from giving it a proper evaluation, I continue to roam around to see how things develop from here. I mean, I wasn't expecting free-to-play to begin with several months ago, so if nothing else this game has my curiosity. --- N/A
I reserved a hard copy standard edition. subbed for 4 more months after the initial month then quit.
Bioware didn't listen to the community enough, plain and simple. They developed the game the way they wanted, not what fans wanted. Show me another F2P game that chops at your UI.
In this situation Bioware should be kissing tale and making the game super attractive, not making it look like a money trap before the ship finishes sinking.
For those who are subbed atm, us previous subscribers don't get all those cartel coins unless we actually resub. So even being a preferred player doesn't mean much for those who have spent money on the game.
I don't always lose, but when I do it's purple sideu!!!