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Discussion in 'UHall' started by canary, Nov 19, 2010.
Post title says it all.
Meh, from what I've been seeing most, if not all the questions in the faq are taken straight from the Ask the Devs forum. I am pretty sure all of them have been coming from that forum though.
Edit: Additionally there has been only one new question there since the last faq.
Still, you would think that, you know, they'd actually try to spend the 20 minutes to put one together, seeing as pretty much everyone under the sun has stated how bad they've been at putting out a weekly post just to answer things. They only made it a month and a half with this before getting sidelined...?
Not good. And definitely not professional (imo).
Maybe soon ?
We got the fiction explaining WTF is up on Magincia two weeks after the quest went live. And this isn't the first time in the last few months the 'FAQ' has been MIA.
While I don't like the lackadaisical way in which they post things to the UO Herald, I can't honestly say I'm shocked by the turn of events. No, not shocked at all.
Maybe they all went to happy hour, once there, it's like screw 'em, they'll get over it.
With their current track record, Im amazed that this surprises anyone that has played this game for an extensive amount of time.
I mean hell they just did all this stuff..
*Release High Seas*
Devs : "Now Go get that fishing scroll!"
4 Weeks Later..
Devs : "Uhh, Yeah, its been broken this whole time, and we were somehow unaware of it (50 Posts a Day wasnt enough to get their attention), so uhh.."
Random Dev Note : " If you like dont it then feel free to stop providing me with the income that supports myself and my family in the form of 'Not Playing it' "
A Dev is telling his player base to "**** Off", "New Content" isnt being fixed for a Month (When it Should of been fixed before release considering we are BUYING it [Generally I dont expect a product to be Riddled with Malfunctions, bugs, and Complete asshatery, If I am paying for it]), and the overall population dwindles daily..
A Sad time for UO it seems.
Yeah. I can't help but wonder what's not going to be answered and what questions would of been dodged today.
Well there's the bright side! No need to wonder, the answer is everything
And did we ever expect them to keep up with the Facts?????? Silly you, if you did.
The communication is poor and most of their work is poor.
As a famous Devs said for UO: "Don't like it don't play it"
I can only imagine what was the sales for High Seas because i know a lot of peolple who didn't buy this "booster".
Well, any profit from it is just that... profit.
It essentially was just a big patch. And it didn't require extra resources in the way that a full fledged expansion does.