No S&D or CTF either... this shooter sucks!
Would be rather fun to play those as well. First off they need to come out with the actual Arena system they promised to us.
07/01/2013 02:47 PMPosted by NoxiferThey still owe us Team DeathMatch or the so called replacement for it (which mind you is not the Scorched Chapel).
I would also like to know what kind of a logic is this:
A number of players bought the game in order to experience the Arenas/Team DeathMatch -- highly advertised feature, both prior AND post the game's release.
Initially Blizzard were saying that it's going to take several months for the Arenas/Team DeathMatch to get patched in.
Several months pass, the players who bought the game because of the Arenas/Team DEathMatch are starting to ask:
"Well, where are the Arenas?"
The fanboys tell them:
"Give it few months, it will come. Play the game and prepare meanwhile".
After whole thirteen months the players who bought the game because of the Arenas/Team DeathMatch are starting to ask again:
"Whatever happened to the Arenas, it's been a whole year?"
The fanboys tell them:
"Oh, you've played the game for a whole year?! You've gotten your money's worth!!!"
"It doesn't matter, that you never had the chance to experience the features, that made you buy the game in the first place, that's not important at all!"
"How dare you act as if you're entitled?
You're not entitled to asking for the features to be implemented! You're not entitled to ask for a refund! You're not entitled to anything!
Now get out!"
The way I see it, there's a serious issue with players who exhibit this kind of logic and rhetoric. In a capitalism model (which is the model is USA and Europe for the most part unless I am mistaking) the client who didn't got what he payed for is indeed ENTITLED to ask for a reimbursement.
I really don't understand how many on these forums find so preposterous that a guy asks for a refund...
07/01/2013 06:19 PMPosted by CapoYour issue is you think just because something is promised and you don't read the "fine print" that you are owed something. Sorry... read the fine print. Blizzard wouldn't back out if they were legally obligated to release that content. Obviously they had some legal mumbo jumbo in place to protect themselves should they not decide to release the content... this isn't the first company to do this... welcome to America.
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