indigoAK200's forum posts
@Nodashi I disagree. Cryptic's numbers have ever been strong, but their MMOs have always survived. I think there is room for MMOs to launch weak and survive, and I think STO will prove that. The game is only getting better and despite what the media would have the gaming populous believe, there is a sizable active player base, enough of one that Cryptic still has a long term plan for the game and still has a major team pushing out content and updates.
Star Trek Online has really, really improved since launch and it's become a pretty different game. Cryptic has really been listening to player feedback when it comes to things like canon and to be honest, I personally think they've turned the game around for the better. I let my subscription lapse a month after launch but resubbed for the Season Two update and find myself wanting to keep my subscription going for a second month, possibly more which is more than I could have said six months ago.
I really wish everyone would stop calling this game "Tomb Raider"-esque in their articles. The fact of the matter is that Uncharted is the very game that Tomb Raider needs to be instead of the other way around. Underworld is a pretty sub-par game when you factor in the control issues and the frustrating gameplay. Uncharted had none of this.
"We hope fans of the game enjoy the new way of experiencing life in Liberty City contained in this first episode." If you want us to enjoy it so much, maybe you should stop suckling Microsoft's breast and release this content for every major system the game was released on. This trend of punishing game system owners for having a preferred console, by excluding them from additional content or features needs to stop. If you're going to do downloadable content, make it for everybody.
siiixon: Wishing any corporation to fall apart for such reasons is completely asinine. I think what you fail to realize here is that Electronic Arts is providing a paycheck to over 9,000 people - people that depend on that paycheck to feed their families and pay the bills. The company goes down and so do their jobs - and if you haven't noticed it's becoming increasingly difficult to find another right now which is why the unemployment rates are skyrocketing.
@ hoblet These remakes are made by totally different companies. The internal Square team working on XIII most likely never saw a single line of code in this game's development. Besides, Matrix has been making games for years and years. They don't really need help.