So why even have betas then?? Why does 343i collect feedback from fans based on what they like or dislike about the games?? Because personal preference is taken seriously... By the developersJustima wrote:Simple personal preference shouldn't be taken seriously be developers.Absolutely 100% wrong. Opinions matter enough for 343i to host open betas for their games and collect data via the Halo Community Feedback (HCF) program. Opinions do matter- people are allowed to back sprint because they prefer sprint. That does hold weight because it's that gamer's personal preference. They don't have to sit here and argue that point through to someone like you who just wants to argue with them about it. You don't hesitate to quote polls when they back your anti-sprint opinion and all those polls do is ask people for their opinions... Why should those opinions hold any more weight then someone who posts in these forums? Oh yeah, because they aren't flush with your opinions so you say they "hold no value," or are "worthless"... Can't have your cake and eat it too- Opinions matter in video games and it's ridiculous for you to state otherwise.l Jinxed I wrote:The people who just post "I like it" should hold no value. The people who post "just don't sprint" are choosing to not read and understand that the maps were built for sprint speed.Admission is the first step towards healing my friend.... On behalf of all the pro sprinters you've told that their opinions are worthless in this thread, I do accept your humble apology. Now let's try letting them actually post their opinions without being attacked. Keep up the good work!My bad.What denial??? You're literally the one trying to deny people from contributing if they don't agree with you. I don't care what you asked me for either- if people want to say "Keep sprint because I like it," then their opinion still matters and is completely valid despite your desperate and bias attempts to undervalue those opinions....I didn't ask about your denial. There was no reason to bring it up.Not at all... Just like those polls you anti sprint guys like to bring up- those just boil down to opinions anyway. When people share your opinion it's fine but for you guys they just have to get into a debate with you to be "taken seriously," huh? Why for, you're not going to agree with anything pro sprinters tell you anyway. Bottom line is that "Keep sprint," or "Don't keep sprint" is an opinionated question... One doesn't need to respond to such a poll with an explanation of why they want to keep sprint in order to be taken seriously- though anti sprinters don't want to cite all the polls where "keep sprint," wins anyway... Just easier for you guys to minimize and under value opinions when they don't line up with yours, right??That just means everything they say after their initial "it's fine" is of no importance whatsoever. Though, if they want to be taken seriously as far as this discussion goes, an explanation is required for that.You're mistaken- people do not have to explain to you how and why sprint is good... They can if they want do but if they choose not to explain than that doesn't diminish their opinion like you're inferring.Justima wrote:"Don't like it? Don't play it." or "Just adapt to the new system." These kinds of comments tell me that those people are thinking they are correct and everyone else is wrong, immature mentality. Furthermore, those people never explained how and why sprint is fine/good in/for Halo, and expect us to agree with them.Warden657 wrote:Wow, this thing is about to get 10,000 replies.
I think that sprint is fine, just get used to it. 343 isn't getting rid of it anytime soon.
If someone wants to take part in this discussion, explanations are required. That's what discussions are for. End of story.
Opinions are just opinions, until you (speaking generally) can back up those opinions, they hold no weight.
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