| Saturday, September 3, 2011 - 01:58 am |
its my opinion that these constant changes are recking the game, the gamemaster seems to be mad now thay are moveing all space products to one station, meaning yet again i have to change things round. like the cruise now only being a space product, i went to get some an no one is selling any so now people have to look for someone willing to sell u some an probably for rediculous prices, its a good job i have plenty, and are produceing em. allso the gamemaster is forceing the space game on people not maney wnt to play the space game, soon there will be space wars again something that is just a hassal, its time the gamemaster takes a look at wot there doing. people cant keep up with these constant changes its a joke! wake up mr gamemaster your are an idiot if u think these constant changes are good for simcountry i know of people that are now looking for a new sim game to play coz most people dnt wnt to play the space game an moveing products to the space market are makeing the costs rocket, no pun intended.
| Saturday, September 3, 2011 - 02:16 am |
danny, my liberal friend, please don't wreck urself. I know you're on a phone and stuff , but maybe you haven't noticed the ban hammer swinging lately. If you have then just quit already, this song has been sung for as long as I've been playing here.
Not criticizing you because I feel your pain as do many others but I just wanted to give you a friendly heads up. Don't fall for it man. This will get you nowhere fast and ever closer to eternal silence.
| Saturday, September 3, 2011 - 06:45 am |
After only recently returning to the game, I must admit the space stuff isn't appealing at all.
It's my opinion that focusing on already made content and expanding that will have a far better effect. There are some really solid suggestions in this forum that do just that.
Then again, I have yet to explore the space program for myself.
Maybe it's the resistance to change people seem to have? Possibly for a good reason. We'll soon see.
| Saturday, September 3, 2011 - 07:52 am |
If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
This game might have some minor flaws and glitches, but on the whole its very good.
But then, the GM decides (ignoring the people who actually pay to play who don't want it) to go into space, thus creating a whole new set of glitches and problems and rip-offs (and space stations which cost GCs) and time some people don't have, and if they can't get nukes and other products any other way, some people are going to leave forever.
I agree with RagingPencil, expand on the qualities which have made the game in the first place- venturing out into unchartered waters will always upset your support base. I can hardly imagine in a few years, people looking back and thinking this was a move in the right direction for SC- much like there seems to be a general unhappiness with the war levels.
As for the banning of people who speak out against SC on their forums- thats what China does to its own people on the internet- censors them. Yes, it is insulting to the GMs when they hear complaints, but that should be a sign there is a problem which needs to be fixed. Using a band-aid on a crack will not save the dam wall. Rather than letting this anti-GM movement fester and bubble under the surface until it explodes, why not do something to fix the problem. Some folks don't want space- so make it that people can survive without it.
In my opinion, the GMs seem to be ignoring the fact that the space program is a massive inconvinience for players who used to be able to build a corp to get nukes rather than buy SC Shuttles and Maintainence Units and piece together the puzzle, blast off and buy your product and return. If the GMs are reading this, I want you to pay attention to what people are saying. They might critise you, but maybe for your benefit.