Yeah, I posted this in response to someone saying people should just accept microtransactions in the $600 thread: "Why should people be silent about micro transactions in gaming? There is no reason to shut up and accept it as normal part of games. Its a -Yoink- practice, and as long as people don't say anything there will never be a chance for eliminating it. People like you are making games turn out like -Yoink- now-a-days, hopping on any hype train that comes around, ready to be spoon feed what ever garbage, developers and publishers push."Hitoriga wrote:Absolutely correct but it's not just companies, die hards who can't see ANY faults end up being part of the problem too, and it's a pretty vicious cycle, Like he said about people who voice their concerns about the Req system are just instantly smashed and attacked just for not agreeing with it, it'd ridiculous and these are our peers now..scary thought.SENCHIEF10 wrote:343 has a very hard time dealing with criticism, a pretty common issue with developers these days.WFD1992 wrote:I think he has a right to his opinion. Though, I also have to agree with him, the attitude of Mister Chief (apparently representing 343) of "shut up, the grown ups are talking" to the red and blue Spartan IVs (representing those who are uneasy about req packs or think they ruin the purity of the game and have VERY valid concerns) just seems....insulting. Like, is this how 343 views the fans who don't like what they have done with the Halo gameplay, they view them as children who don't know what they are talking about? Seriously, what the hell, 343?
Also, 343 does a poor job of communicating with the community and listening to it.