| Saturday, March 7, 2009 - 06:45 am |
A little venting for W3C if anyone does bother to read this.
1. You doubled the HLW requirements across the board over the course of a month.
This single change threw countries and CEO's into chaos that still hasn't settled.
2. You are adjusting base pricing, labor requirements, and production quantities on a daily basis.
We have no idea what we will find screwed up every time we log in.
3. The bugs with monthly compilations are still here, unfixed, after years. You continue to ignore them, failing to address even the simplist of requirements, accurate numbers and idex computations.
4. You introduced a flawed quality system that you were TOLD was a mess from the beginning, and use it as justification for more changes that serve no purpose.
5. Your random and self-defeating game changes have worked their way through the community to degrade what little did work.
CEO/President relations are strained across all worlds as both try to deal with the consequences of your incompetent tinkering.
6. You arrogantly ban players who pay your bills but have the unmitigated gall to demand explanations for your actions and deceitful responses.
Are you trying to go out of business?
Because I see no defense for your actions over the last year.
SC has always been a beta-type game, but W3C conduct has devolved into something that could only be described as suicidal.
If you truly see players as your enemies and not your valued customers, fine.
You will pay the price for such arrogance