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About the devs "Missing"

Discussion in 'EA Land/The Sims Online Stratics Forums' started by Guest, Apr 29, 2008.

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Ok, if they dev's did not care about the game anymore, than why is Custom Content being approved daily? I did a check to see if CC was just randomly approved for the fun of it. One of mine was dissapproved so someone (Para) is doing there job. Which if they planned on not doing anything and didn't care about the game why would they waste there time to approve CC? Wouldn't make sense.
     
  2. jasminemoon

    jasminemoon Guest

    My rational thoughts exactly!
     
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    exactly... they are still there , working in the dark haha ... maybe they are trying to fix internal issues and the bugs before adding any new updates. We have been complaining how they keep adding updates without fixing the bugs of previous updates ... they might be fixing them now before doing a big update..
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Mentally I don't think anyone had any doubt that the devs were still here. All the complaining and bashing made it sound like they wanted a reason to quit TSO. With no words of comfort from the devs it gave people a reason to lash out and try to rile everyone up. But your are correct. There would be no sense in approving CC if the game was over and done with.

    Here! Here! to approving the CC and letting us know that there is still a game to be played!!
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    The devs should and could easily provide coherent and realistic status updates. Failure to do so is simple neglect.

    They don't have to respond to every rumor or complaint posted or emailed to them. But if they cannot post a weekly update to set our expectations, their project is out of control.

    Much of the criticism and wild speculation would be eliminated by effective communication. In the absence of information, people set their own expectations. Based on what I've seen over the past two months, the pessimists are more likely to turn out to be right than the optimists are.
     
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