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How would opening the game up to the entire population of the gaming community kill a game? lol Would you like a tinfoil hat?
perhaps you should... oh I dont know, maybe read my comment to figure that one out, I explained it quite clearly.
but in-case you still can't grasp it, EVE has a huge issue with PLAYER RETENTION, most people stop playing even before their trial expires, or a few months after that at best, and they don't come back. they don't even talk about it. its like some dark time in their life.
I'm sure this can be best summarized with some analogy about a boat with a hole in it (EVE), and splashing more water on said boat (players) somehow magically fixing the hole in the boat?
Exactly what I was wondering. People have been claiming missing stuff from day one, a lot of which has been found. And complaining because the stuff in the trailers isn't in the game is kinda dumb since we all know the galaxy has been re-seeded.
Some folders with reference to "Spawners" means nothing at all. There is no reason they aren't using spawners in the game now. Especially for sentinels, which, you know, respawn.
The game was stated to be single player. It never was multiplayer, but people got their hopes up anyway. It was said that you would "somehow" be able to see other players if you found them, it was never said you could play the game together like an mmo and gallivant around the galaxy in a guild.
And before launch they revealed that play testers were immensely confused and disoriented with rotating planets. IE: planets did rotate, they had to remove it for all the dumb people.
"every female C" ? I don't know about any 'counter' side in the game, only T and CT :P
How is seeing absolutely nothing the same as Dark Souls?
Calm down dudebro, nobody cares if you're intimidated by women and other minorities. Now go have a fuckin dorito
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