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People vote about it having the worse business model and the only thing you can do is point out it's not an MMORPG (even though it is, despite how you keep twisting definitions as needed to suit your agendas). Star Citizen fanboys sure love derailing and deflecting things.Erillion said:Funny that by its own definition since the start of the project Star Citizen is NOT an MMO. Making that MMORPG vote somewhat futile.
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bobbymcswanson said:ridiculous....smart devs will never share the view that PvP and loss are a bad thing, and neither will the majority of gamers...since most ALL of the top played games have PvP....
ya'll just huddle here together trying to reinforce each other in your little corner making it seem like theme park MMOs, with no loss or consequences, were the glory days....they sucked and most of us are glad they are dying. When will you people understand that getting everything you want gets boring in like 2 seconds? Seriously, all you get with no PvP or item loss is a bored player base crying for content the second they gobble it up, and a shitty economy where crafting is worthless..yay...
Can I be the Harbinger of Jests?Slapshot1188 said:Harbinger of Citrus:
The game has no chance of release this year and that is acknowledged by the development team. At this time 2020 is the most common projected date of most folks. Whether it's too late? Who knows. I think you will see test cases come in the form of CU and Crowfall.
Citation needed.Durzax said:Ah, yes, the lets complain about the non-answers of a game developer. By an industry that has a history of non-answers when a game is in development.
rpmcmurphy said:MaxBacon said:
I don't care what you think, I stand my opinion relating to this specific person as I posted before.
If you don't care what I or others think why do you spend so much time trying to tell people they're wrong and/or defending your opinion?
That makes zero sense.
Pretty harsh, but then I suppose it's a gibbeting meant to serve as a warning to others.
Not harsh at all.
Valve knows that the integrity (or appearence of integrity) is a huge deal to steam users - and it directly affects players "trust" in Steam.
I laughed so hard at this. You're lying to yourself if you think Valve is working hard towards the appearance of integrity based on the number of garbage titles released on steam on a daily basis.