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  • Sevenstar61Sevenstar61 Centreville, VAPosts: 1,690Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by hikaru77
    Originally posted by donjuanagain
    This game died  a cowardly death.

    Sadly for you, no, is not even close to be death. 

    It was an intellectual death, not a financial death.

    lol bioware hyped the release of the release date again. Look everyone we made poopy! Yay /clap hands

    It's not BioWare who overhyped it... it's DH and TORWars.... /shrug...

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    Sith Warrior - Story of Hate and Love http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxKrlwXt7Ao
    Imperial Agent - Rise of Cipher Nine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBBj3eJWBvU&feature=youtu.be
    Imperial Agent - Hunt for the Eagle Part 1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQqjYYU128E

  • ignore_meignore_me Apple Valley, CAPosts: 1,987Member
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by hikaru77
    Originally posted by donjuanagain
    This game died  a cowardly death.

    Sadly for you, no, is not even close to be death. 

    It was an intellectual death, not a financial death.

    lol bioware hyped the release of the release date again. Look everyone we made poopy! Yay /clap hands

    It's not BioWare who overhyped it... it's DH and TORWars.... /shrug...

    Who gave them the scoop ? :)

     

    Survivor of the great MMORPG Famine of 2011

  • sweetdigssweetdigs Washington, DCPosts: 196Member
    Originally posted by Redcor
    They are going to pull the plug and start over.

    I wish.  Star Wars deserved so much better (not to mention real space combat).

  • Sevenstar61Sevenstar61 Centreville, VAPosts: 1,690Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by hikaru77
    Originally posted by donjuanagain
    This game died  a cowardly death.

    Sadly for you, no, is not even close to be death. 

    It was an intellectual death, not a financial death.

    lol bioware hyped the release of the release date again. Look everyone we made poopy! Yay /clap hands

    It's not BioWare who overhyped it... it's DH and TORWars.... /shrug...

    Who gave them the scoop ? :)

     

    LOL and look what they did to it!!!!!

    image
    Sith Warrior - Story of Hate and Love http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxKrlwXt7Ao
    Imperial Agent - Rise of Cipher Nine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBBj3eJWBvU&feature=youtu.be
    Imperial Agent - Hunt for the Eagle Part 1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQqjYYU128E

  • ignore_meignore_me Apple Valley, CAPosts: 1,987Member
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by hikaru77
    Originally posted by donjuanagain
    This game died  a cowardly death.

    Sadly for you, no, is not even close to be death. 

    It was an intellectual death, not a financial death.

    lol bioware hyped the release of the release date again. Look everyone we made poopy! Yay /clap hands

    It's not BioWare who overhyped it... it's DH and TORWars.... /shrug...

    Who gave them the scoop ? :)

     

    LOL and look what they did to it!!!!!

    Oh it was all a big accident, I see. I'm sure Bioware was unaware of what DH would do post-meeting after Austin.  

    "Look, we are gonna give you guys the release date for Rage of The Exhaustion Zones, but don't do anything like leak the announcement that you have an announcement."

     

    Survivor of the great MMORPG Famine of 2011

  • Sevenstar61Sevenstar61 Centreville, VAPosts: 1,690Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by hikaru77
    Originally posted by donjuanagain
    This game died  a cowardly death.

    Sadly for you, no, is not even close to be death. 

    It was an intellectual death, not a financial death.

    lol bioware hyped the release of the release date again. Look everyone we made poopy! Yay /clap hands

    It's not BioWare who overhyped it... it's DH and TORWars.... /shrug...

    Who gave them the scoop ? :)

     

    LOL and look what they did to it!!!!!

    Oh it was all a big accident, I see. I'm sure Bioware was unaware of what DH would do post-meeting after Austin.  

    "Look, we are gonna give you guys the release date for Rage of The Exhaustion Zones, but don't do anything like leak the announcement that you have an announcement."

     

    Of course they would... but not sure if they actually told them that the news will cause us to explode LOL

    image
    Sith Warrior - Story of Hate and Love http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxKrlwXt7Ao
    Imperial Agent - Rise of Cipher Nine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBBj3eJWBvU&feature=youtu.be
    Imperial Agent - Hunt for the Eagle Part 1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQqjYYU128E

  • ignore_meignore_me Apple Valley, CAPosts: 1,987Member
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by Sevenstar61
    Originally posted by ignore_me
    Originally posted by hikaru77
    Originally posted by donjuanagain
    This game died  a cowardly death.

    Sadly for you, no, is not even close to be death. 

    It was an intellectual death, not a financial death.

    lol bioware hyped the release of the release date again. Look everyone we made poopy! Yay /clap hands

    It's not BioWare who overhyped it... it's DH and TORWars.... /shrug...

    Who gave them the scoop ? :)

     

    LOL and look what they did to it!!!!!

    Oh it was all a big accident, I see. I'm sure Bioware was unaware of what DH would do post-meeting after Austin.  

    "Look, we are gonna give you guys the release date for Rage of The Exhaustion Zones, but don't do anything like leak the announcement that you have an announcement."

     

    Of course they would... but not sure if they actually told them that the news will cause us to explode LOL

    sigh... Ok Seven.

    Survivor of the great MMORPG Famine of 2011

  • CelciusCelcius Posts: 1,001Member Uncommon

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

  • JeardawgJeardawg Edmonton, ABPosts: 30Member Uncommon
    Oh wow, they are going to actually release an expansion!!!!  Oh wait I already knew that, and I quit that game already knowing that,  this isn't news, its hype.  Give us something real.
  • HrvatinaHrvatina SplitPosts: 13Member
    So the BIG ANNOUNCEMENT was the release date of this "expansion"? Great.
  • SwaneaSwanea Vegas, NVPosts: 2,368Member Uncommon
    That was a TERRIBLE big announcement really...
  • FromHellFromHell NY, NYPosts: 1,311Member
    Originally posted by Hrvatina
    So the BIG ANNOUNCEMENT was the release date of this "expansion"? Great.

    Well, I totally didn't expect the double XP weekends would lead up to the release date, as written out on their official website!

    yeah we got some more details, but nothing to be super excited about.  Nothing super secret or a big game changer.

    Maybe SWTOR 3.0 next year...

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  • WickedjellyWickedjelly Yahoo, COPosts: 4,990Member

    Lol...you have to just be amused at this point.

    Well, I'm sure the sites that were teasing this got plenty of hits on their site. Well played Darth Hater...well played...

    1. For god's sake mmo gamers, enough with the analogies. They're unnecessary and your comparisons are terrible, dissimilar, and illogical.

    2. To posters feeling the need to state how f2p really isn't f2p: Players understand the concept. You aren't privy to some secret the rest are missing. You're embarrassing yourself.

    3. Yes, Cpt. Obvious, we're not industry experts. Now run along and let the big people use the forums for their purpose.

  • tiefighter25tiefighter25 Winchester, MAPosts: 937Member

    Well Bioware did announce later on today that they are soon closing the 3 APAC servers. That was eventually reported on Darth Hater, along with some new cartel shop items.

    I guess that counts as an announcement. This will bring the worldwide SWTOR servers from 20 to 17.

  • KarteliKarteli Providence, PAPosts: 2,646Member

    I guess that was the real Special Announcement.  3 more servers closing.

     

    It was probably planned for some time, since if I recall those servers were the ones never upgraded.  Why upgrade them if they are going to be recycled for scrap.

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  • Instigator-JonesInstigator-Jones Posts: 522Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    I don't think I understand your point. You think it odd that the developers, who spend time adding additional content, would be willing to put out an expansion for free? You also think it odd that future content will revolve around the new content and level cap, with dashed hopes that you'd be able to float into advanced level content and still reap rewards? ... duh... money talks.

    Also, "The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO.", but it's not enough to warrent spending a max of $20? Or do you mean "The amount of content in this expansion [is rivaled by] that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO."?

  • KarteliKarteli Providence, PAPosts: 2,646Member
    Originally posted by Instigator-Jones
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    I don't think I understand your point. You think it odd that the developers, who spend time adding additional content, would be willing to put out an expansion for free? You also think it odd that future content will revolve around the new content and level cap, with dashed hopes that you'd be able to float into advanced level content and still reap rewards? ... duh... money talks.

    Also, "The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO.", but it's not enough to warrent spending a max of $20? Or do you mean "The amount of content in this expansion [is rivaled by] that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO."?

    Source for that portion in bold / quotes?  Or did you just bold that for flare.

     

    SWTOR tried hard to copy WoW, but they failed to realize that Blizzard gives away an EA "expansion" with every big patch, generally like 6-8 "EA expansions" between regular boxed expansions, .. which are maassive.  All done within about 2 years.

     

    If Blizzard charged 10 bucks for every patch, I bet they would have fewer customers too.

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  • Instigator-JonesInstigator-Jones Posts: 522Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Karteli
    Originally posted by Instigator-Jones
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    I don't think I understand your point. You think it odd that the developers, who spend time adding additional content, would be willing to put out an expansion for free? You also think it odd that future content will revolve around the new content and level cap, with dashed hopes that you'd be able to float into advanced level content and still reap rewards? ... duh... money talks.

    Also, "The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO.", but it's not enough to warrent spending a max of $20? Or do you mean "The amount of content in this expansion [is rivaled by] that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO."?

    Source for that portion in bold / quotes?  Or did you just bold that for flare.

     

    SWTOR tried hard to copy WoW, but they failed to realize that Blizzard gives away an EA "expansion" with every big patch, generally like 6-8 "EA expansions" between regular boxed expansions, .. which are maassive.  All done within about 2 years.

     

    If Blizzard charged 10 bucks for every patch, I bet they would have fewer customers too.

    Um... the BOLD quotes are from the thread; read the whole thing. The quotes are bolded to emphasize that this is the section that I simply don't understand (from the previous poster). 

    Also, Blizzard HAS charged for expansions that coincide with level cap increases. EA is just following suit; it's been a year, the new content is here, level cap is higher, pony up $20 and enjoy... nothing wrong with that. As a matter of fact, I think they've copied WOW's model here too.

  • tintilinictintilinic aPosts: 283Member
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    Its dissapointing whats called expansion and charged for today (to subscribers). 1 planet. It took me 4 hours on average for a planet.

    Some skill rebalancing (lets face it that should have happened long long time ago) and pretty much non warranted level cap raise to ensure people must dish out 20/25$ if they want to continue playing.

    Well at least now some company can profit from this by marketing "we have REAL expansions" heh

    Oh and i think that this "super announcement" just summs up SWTOR very well: hyped to death but disspaointing to most.

    APAC servers finally closing after months and months of pleading of those players that EA does something....anything.

  • DoogiehowserDoogiehowser ParisPosts: 1,873Member
    Originally posted by tintilinic
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    Its dissapointing whats called expansion and charged for today (to subscribers). 1 planet. It took me 4 hours on average for a planet.

    Some skill rebalancing (lets face it that should have happened long long time ago) and pretty much non warranted level cap raise to ensure people must dish out 20/25$ if they want to continue playing.

    Well at least now some company can profit from this by marketing "we have REAL expansions" heh

    Its 10 bucks for susbcribers. 

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  • tintilinictintilinic aPosts: 283Member
    Originally posted by Doogiehowser
    Originally posted by tintilinic
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    Its dissapointing whats called expansion and charged for today (to subscribers). 1 planet. It took me 4 hours on average for a planet.

    Some skill rebalancing (lets face it that should have happened long long time ago) and pretty much non warranted level cap raise to ensure people must dish out 20/25$ if they want to continue playing.

    Well at least now some company can profit from this by marketing "we have REAL expansions" heh

    Its 10 bucks for susbcribers. 

    Its 25 10+15. Try to get it any way for 10 bucks without paying those 15 ;)

  • CelciusCelcius Posts: 1,001Member Uncommon

    Honestly I would not have a problem with it if they called it a "content pack" or "DLC" or something. Expansion is not a term to throw around when you have as much content as a small patch in WoW or Rift. Yes obviously I expect an expansion to mean that they want everyone to buy said expansion, but this is the problem here. The game is F2P. They are basically giving you virtually nothing for the normal game and forcing you to buy expansions for a good amount of content. This stuff was also going to be free and come out in 2012 before. (When they started talking about it last summer) So that does not help. 

    Don't expect good content to come for free in the future. This is the major issue. You have to sub to enjoy the game due to so many restrictions. This expansion is essentially the start of EA-Ware double dipping every time they come out with one of these "expansions". This expansion also takes the place of a normal content patch. So for the monthly sub you are paying you get nothing but an extra bill for 10$ to continue playing.

  • tintilinictintilinic aPosts: 283Member

    Thas somewhat the point, they themselves called it content patch.

    And if they continued to call it that or DLC it would kinda pi** off subscribers because i guess they expect to get at least content patches included in their sub. So they just renamed "content patch" to "expansion" and put a price tag on it. But considering their cartel shop exercises lately its not surprising, subs will get bare minimum new content included despite they still pay a sub.

    Its kinda sad really.

  • DoogiehowserDoogiehowser ParisPosts: 1,873Member
    Originally posted by tintilinic
    Originally posted by Doogiehowser
    Originally posted by tintilinic
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    Its dissapointing whats called expansion and charged for today (to subscribers). 1 planet. It took me 4 hours on average for a planet.

    Some skill rebalancing (lets face it that should have happened long long time ago) and pretty much non warranted level cap raise to ensure people must dish out 20/25$ if they want to continue playing.

    Well at least now some company can profit from this by marketing "we have REAL expansions" heh

    Its 10 bucks for susbcribers. 

    Its 25 10+15. Try to get it any way for 10 bucks without paying those 15 ;)

    And? point still remains that cost is 10 bucks for subscribers. Now you can twist it into any way you like.

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  • tintilinictintilinic aPosts: 283Member
    Originally posted by Doogiehowser
    Originally posted by tintilinic
    Originally posted by Doogiehowser
    Originally posted by tintilinic
    Originally posted by Celcius

    I must admit I find it funny that they are charging for this thing. They are pretty much upping the bar on the end game, further seperating it from the F2P base. You pretty much have to buy this expansion if you want to keep playing since all the future content will revolve around it. This is basically a money grab. The amount of content in this expansion rivals that of a normal content patch in a sub MMO. A new planet with not even a day worth of leveling. A new story line for each faction (cause they can't afford to continue class story) and quests to help you get to the new level cap of 55 with a couple of new abilities for each class. A new operation that would have been in the free content patch anyways. Flashpoints that were already in the game available in hard mode versions. 

    You can tell that the Bioware guys are running out of content that was in development by devs who are long gone. This is pretty much a last ditch effort to try to grab some money out of the game while they can. 

    But hey, atleast F2P players get an achievement system! 

    P.S: It has been a long pe-season for ranked Warzones!

    Its dissapointing whats called expansion and charged for today (to subscribers). 1 planet. It took me 4 hours on average for a planet.

    Some skill rebalancing (lets face it that should have happened long long time ago) and pretty much non warranted level cap raise to ensure people must dish out 20/25$ if they want to continue playing.

    Well at least now some company can profit from this by marketing "we have REAL expansions" heh

    Its 10 bucks for susbcribers. 

    Its 25 10+15. Try to get it any way for 10 bucks without paying those 15 ;)

    And? point still remains that cost is 10 bucks for subscribers. Now you can twist it into any way you like.

    Please share with everyone how you paid 10 without paying additional 15, there are many many people interested how to do that and they will be very thankful to you.

    But you are derailing the true issue:

    1. its content update and it always was

    2. they actually value this content update 20$

    3. If you want to continue playing now you have one more hurdle: 20/25$ content update.

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