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OK your facts are...Erillion said:Talonsin said:Which is more likely
1. Several interviewers ask questions of Chris and Ortwin and ALL of them get the year wrong
2. CIG has a misleading date on their website
Funny how a company supposedly founding in 2012 registered its website on Oct 2011
A simple whois search shows this.
I am still baffled why you fight this issue so strongly. What is the big deal if they started work in 2011 or 2012? We both know this game wont be close to containing half the features advertised until after 2020. It really doesnt matter to me, I just bring this up because it seems to hit a nerve with you hence you using caps in your post.
>>> Funny how a company supposedly founding in 2012 registered its website on Oct 2011 >>>
Some people register a website years in advance. THAT is your proof ? There are plenty of golddiggers that speculatively reserve lots of website names at minimal cost just to sell them for a HUGE profit later to those that really should own these website names.
I use CAPS because this topic has been discussed ad nauseam about 20 times in the past, with nothing new added to it. And still it is brought back from the grave time and time again.
A company having misleading data on their website when it comes to legally relevant information like company registration number or founding date ... i think not.
A few authors getting a year wrong (out of hundreds of people that wanted and got an interview about SC and then published articles about it) and/or misinterpreting CRs words ... sounds quite likely to me.
What you call "fighting" i call sticking to the facts. If you can show me a quotable credible source that states that facts are different, i am more than happy to accept these corrected facts.
Taking players to court for cheating in games... overkill much? It's a game.