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  • I Think I Made a Mistake 2 of 2

    Why you see my observations as arguments I will never know.  You said my observations were wrong.  How did I argue with you about that?  Why pick fights with me?

    One thing I've noticed is that the people who are against SC tend to be more civil then those who are for it.  Perhaps it says something about the type of people the game is attracting.  
    Yes there's a lot of that. It's a big reason why the community is viewed as rather toxic.
  • Star Citizen - The Community Hub

    I wouldn't say it's wrong, questionable taste depending on how someone wants to interpret it but I'm sure that most people know it's pointing at dev time as opposed to implying anything personal.

    So I think you're looking to be offended, I believe the youngsters would call it being a "bleeding heart liberal, limp-wristed, soyboy loving SJW" or whatever other weird chain of words it is that get thrown around these days.

    No offence man but you sound desparate dredging up all sorts of grievances, all games have their detractors, you ought to just be glad that Star Citizen is bringing happiness and entertainment to so many people :)
  • All 3.3 Fan Footage here [New Patch]

    Ready To Raid = 2 man raids, lol Babs that's really bad...
  • Crytek Filing Lawsuit Against CIG

    Erillion said:
    In one of the previous documents it was said that CIG did offer something to CryTek, but CryTek did not want it. Presumably they wanted more. After CryTek refused to accept it, it may be that CIG stopped offering it (because CryTek would not accept it anyway). And with the switch to Lumberyard there was no longer a reason to offer anything to CryTek.

    CIG agreed to send bug fixes. Not code changes. I assume CryTek expected to get all the code changes "for free"  (well, CryTek may have assumed that the (presumably ?) low (?) buyout price that CIG paid for the whole code was basically the price to get the code changes ... but it is not explicitly mentioned in the contract, so CIG did not feel obliged to send it ... which pissed of CryTek).  Sounds like the three brothers thought they outsmarted CIG ... and thought wrong.

    Have fun

    I remember reading that CIG had offered something but Crytek felt the way it was presented was completey useless to them and asked for it to be made available in a way that was useful, then they heard nothing again regarding code until after the suit started whereupon CIG responded rather petulantly about it.

    Bug fixes are code changes :) A bug exists because the code does something in a way the developer has not forseen, so to fix a bug requires a change to the code... hence a code change.

    Perhaps Crytek don't expect to get all the code changes for free, perhaps they just want what both sides agreed to, perhaps the 3 brothers weren't trying to outsmart CIG and are just pissed that they feel CIG reneged on the terms despite getting a license at a bargain price etc.

    I like how anyone who threatens CIG in any way is made out to be the villain, even in the absence of facts.