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Go look on their forums it's in one of the threads I forget which one, one of the members posted some tidbits that Braben told his investors in one of their shareholder / street filings or somesuch, as for the other thing I said there are those two camps and then other like me that are hopefully somewhere in the middle, I do not believe you're in that middle area.klash2def said:lol I like how you are putting all the ED players in 2 boxes.. either "They can do no wrong, best space game EVA" or "Pretty lame additions not well done."Asm0deus said:People can go read the thread I am not interested in recreating it here, Like I said in another post NMS has more to do right now that FD, it just doesn't look as good graphic wise and the flight combat is not as good.
Basically there are some people than think FD can do no wrong and have built the bestest most amazing space game EVA and some that think what has been added is pretty lame and not well done.
It's up to everyone here to decide which camp they are in or hopefully like myself are not in either and think ED has lots of possibilities but that FD need to get a clue and actually use the money people give them on the game rather than on their "other games" and then give us poorly implemented and half arsed content.
It's pretty clear you don't agree with me and that's okay.
I'm neither of those.. i'm more a "I want them to add all these things to improve it, but I can wait patiently because I'm patient and want a high quality product" type of person.
EDIT: How do you know for sure they aren't using the money they made (not gave to them, they sold a product) on ED? Where did you get this info from or are you just taking a guess? If so what is your guess based on?
Pretty sure that's not 100% accurate, I am pretty sure anyone that creates and sells digital goods like software etc etc would disagree with you.Kyleran said:Digital items have no actual cash value, unless you are talking crypto currencies, hence there is no gambling involved.
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Might have been a different story if Bioware hadn't let SWJ politics slip into the mix.
When all else fails, through a straw man into the argument. So sick of this particular one.
That said, please don't go further with this or the thread will just be closed.