I liked forum a lot better before the nerfs/buffs happened. I bought Barris and was disappointed but at least EA acknowledged it and is doing something about it. It's time to end the whining on both sides already and get back to making this forum beneficial to everyone.
I guess looking at the list of countries that went on soft launch, you could guess the kind of nationalities who are going to be easier to work with in life. Of course it's just generalizing, but it's something.
The europeans do have the tendencies to complain and not respect the devs decisions.
Guild: Fear The Boot
Captain Phantasma if you have it. Poe if you have it.
First Order Tie Fighter is a great asset. Even in Galatic Wars, this is a very good hero to use.
Those are "free" and are great gifts. So if the recent situation caused you to not give EA another cent, so be it. There are a lot of content to be enjoyed without spending money. And of course, spending money will get you there faster. All's good.
If they're smart they'll usually shut up as they caught onto the message, if not, probably best just to not waste any more time on them.
Game used to be fun when it wasn't a grind... if I wanted a grind I would have went and played old school Everquest or some Korean MMO!
Always whiners and whiners whining about whiners and even whiners disguised as non-whiners in gaming forums. If their posts also contain valid points and/or comedy with less hate and/or cruel words, I am cool with it. Too much hate pollutes the forums and makes it less enjoyable, but as is life on the Internet when people feel they can get away with saying whatever they want as long as its behind the keyboard.
Ahem, mods... seriously!
I don't mind casual nerf/buff request, as that's a common part of gaming forums. However, once the unreasonable biases start coming out, along with the entitled feelings, and "Git Gud" responses, is usually when it goes south.
I would say what happened makes sense. When the product was beta, all criticism is constructive but when it's full release, expectations are higher. As for nationality, I'd say customers who live in countries where expenses are higher will expect more and this is life. A guy buying in NY may have more disposable income than a guy in China, so when a guy from China buys and a product doesn't work as expected, the loss to that customer is greater. Food for thought....
Lol.. the double negatives are flying everywhere!!