[bf1942] Well EA, at least you tried.

kama kama at pvp.se
Fri Oct 7 06:24:40 EDT 2005

The problem is that these discussions are just within this list and
forums. If these arguments where presented in a good way on several big
gamesites it will take more effect. Even better if these arguments went to
bigger newssites that everyone reads and not just the gaming nerds.

All complains here, will end here. So it doesnt matter how many here that
says they wont buy the next product from EA.


On Thu, 6 Oct 2005, raW wrote:

> We are just a small portion of EA if everyone would start to complain im
> talking about not server admins but even the clients then something will be
> done ... EA doesn't give to 2 cents about us and lets face the facts its
> true. They will listen for bugs but right now that they offer servers also
> and can careless about us.
> They also like other companies under pay and under staff. But can tell you
> one thing. The VP'S at EA are counting the bucks now but even their turn
> will come up when their boss decides its time to save some money and let
> them go.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ScratchMonkey [mailto:ScratchMonkey at MatureAsskickers.net]
> Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2005 4:50 PM
> To: bf1942 at icculus.org
> Subject: Re: [bf1942] Well EA, at least you tried.
> --On Thursday, October 06, 2005 10:32 PM +0200 Edwin W
> <rookiewan at cistron.nl> wrote:
> > I just wanted to point out the fact that I'm so very glad I never forked
> > out for BF2, seeing as it's bug ridden to hell and back. Hence my
> > sarcastic remark, since it's due to mentioned subject in my mail, that BF
> > DC really got of the ground, gained a huge community and became one of
> > the first mods after Counter Strike was released, that actually helped
> > boost sales of the parent game.
> I don't think you'd see this degree of dissatisfaction if there wasn't an
> equivalent amount of passion for the game. BF2 is still a heckuva lot of
> fun to play, in spite of its flaws. And I'm a DCF player. (I got bored with
> BF42.) I went back and played a round of DCF and the first thing that
> really frustrated me was the lack of a sprint key. Add that to DCF and you
> might see a lot of people return to it. All that trudging around is really
> tedious.

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