See what KrazKanuk wrote (which I agree with) directly below your reply to me above. It's been covered many times, also in this thread, why the goon list is crap.Why we can't use both is beyond me.CrazKanuk said:Who said anything about a sticky? And the list is being improved, just because you look at something a month ago and it's broken does that mean it will stay forever broken? Cause if you do you might want to apply that line of thinking to SCCrazKanuk said:Such as? Sorry you can't just say something is wrong but then offer up no explanation. Also like I have said the list is a work in progress and you can submit changes as long as you submit proof along with itVikingir said:Sorry I haven't read all the previous pages in this thread so I don't know if this link has been posted before, but IMO the goons have lots of things wrong in their list and this is a better, more truthful list:
Been covered ad nauseam. It's already been said on multiple occasions that it shouldn't be a sticky because by doing a quick run through the list, any sane person can recognize that this is just a manufactured list. There are multiple instances where CR says something like "Yeah, that's definitely something we'd love to see there." and that constitutes a promise. That is why it was suggested that this list not be sticky in the first place. Essentially, it's a list of relevant things like stretch goals and game features, along with anything and everything that CR might have, at one point, mentioned he thought was cool.
I don't know what your point is. Are you telling me that this list is comprised of a list of published features of the game? Or are the links still pointing at ATV episodes which are making obscure assumptions based on what CR says or suggests in the video?
Re: Transparency, if you're ever wondering why we can't have nice things, this is the reason. This is why we can't have nice things.
Lord of the Rings Online News - Those Lord of the Rings Online developers are a wily bunch. After today's maintenance, the Summer Festival is live in game more than a little bit ahead of schedule. This comes to us from our good friend Po_gg who has confirmed that it has been going on for hours, meaning that this is a purposeful opening of the annual celebration.
You can speak for yourself of course. But you need to stop acting like what you're saying is fact. I played TSW for a while and for the most part the changes are much better. Especially the combat imo. I bet I'm not the only one who thinks so.Po_gg said:Scary stuff or not, welcome to the club... it really is terrible and Tokyo is not even there yet, just the base game. And yep, AEGIS will still be there.simmihi said:Wow... so, for me, someone who did not have a problem with the combat animations and fluidity, this re-design is terrible... they took away everything i liked, the synergies and the ability to make wacky not-flavour-of-the-month builds... for me this seems like game over at this point, experiencing the story up to Tokyo for the 5th time does not sound that exciting anymore. Hm, Tokyo, probably they'll open it again, wonder if they will leave the horrible Aegis grind as it was before.There's nothing wrong with changes, Bowie even wrote a great song about them.Torval said:People that don't like change lash out irrationally in bitterness and want you to share in their hate.
The wrong starts when they (FC in this case) change almost everything, and all of the changes are much worse than the originial state was.
Literally, there's not one tiny detail in Legends which was changed for the better. Except the chance that it might, probably, on some chance be better for Funcom's wallet than TSW was - but that has nothing to do with the game itself, only important for their dumb beancounters.
Add to that the year-long lies about the new content (might I add, it's still nowhere, just some promises for the end of the year, so don't be so sure there will be any just look at the previous year), also add to that they killed TSW for this crap, and that bitterness you mentioned seems already a bit more rational, eh?