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Right...You do know that SotA players are involved in the game on a voluntary basis, right?
To be fair, you can meet real good people in Prison, in ISIS, in North Korea, in church, everywhere on the internet, etc.... I think you can see where I'm going here.klash2001 said:ste2000 said:A second ally as in "someone that isn't closed mind". I'm not playing any kids game here dude. My arguments would resonate if you guys would be more open minded and more knowledgeable about the game. The game isn't just in a "potential" state, it really is fun to play you don't know this cuz you haven been able yet to archive a level where you can enjoy it. 5 Years, man the game could take 10 years to develop as far as I'm concern as long as it delivers. That's the problem with young people they want everything and they want it FAST. If you were playing the game and was able to appreciate the work already done you would be able to see that this extremely fast potential will be so easy to implement, just because the fundamentals are strongly built and interlocked very well together. And by the way, I'm not waiting for anything from Portalarium, as I previously said, I missed the final wipe a year ago, and started playing it like 2 months ago, but with my UO experience, know that I would need some help to start from the beginning. Already when I played the game when it was "literraly" unplayable, I've met real good people. So I just went and found a guild, from there I was able to get knowledge on how to play the game, then have the priviledge to discovers all these deep mechanics and enjoy the game. Sure some things could be modified, but overall this game, for an old schooll UO player like me IS what I waited for for a spiritual successor or UO.This isn't Alliance vs Horde, do grow up.klash2001 said:Finally a second ally!:)
If your arguments are strong enough you don't need anyone else to back it up.
Plus the second "Ally" is not exactly singing the praises of the game.
He just said that the in-game community is nice, which I agree with, and the game has potential, but as I explained to you in another of my post, most of us have problem accepting that a game that is 5 years in development and spent $18 Millions so far, is still stuck in the "Potential" stage.
That's what most of us have a problem with.
By now the game should have more to it than just having "Potential".
Add to this that it doesn't look like the Developers are doing anything to convert this "Potential" into something real, as they seem more than happy with the work done so far.
And that's really worrying, because Portalarium still don't get what they need to do to make this game playable, let alone enjoyable.
The reason why the game is in this state is partly because people like you, who accept any excuses from Portalarium and keep waiting and waiting without complaining while pouring money into it.
With people like you Portalarium doesn't really have to try hard, and the results can be seen in the actual game.