Just curious Any GM, DEV, or Reps read these forums
Posted 04 February 2013 - 12:27 PM
I have been playing for 2 months and I have not seen a way to contact a GM or anyone if I have an issue with the game. I also have noticed that the other versions of the game such as the EU version is way advanced to ours and have more content and higher level caps.
So I am just concerned and I feel that I have a right to know if this game has a future before I continue spending money in the cash shop. I have already spent a bunch last month and now that we are in a new month and I am working on my budget I feel that I should have a right to know if this game will be here or if it is just to make a quick dollar to fund developement of another game.
I say this because I played Seven Souls Online and experienced the same issues with the other countries getting updates and we did not get them. Just like here. Same issue will level caps, same issues with no new maps or dungeons. So we stopped spending our money and rather than give us the same comtent as other countries they shut the game down with only a few days notice and refuse to refund the money we had in our accounts. Then they announce that they were starting Legends of Souls which of course was not available to the US market. When I looked at the new game it was almost an exact copy of Seven Souls right down to the topos. So we have been foolishly funding another game and they had no intention of keeping Seven Souls. Seeing that I am far from rich I cannot afford to fund someone else's game. If you only want money to fund changes in the European market then let the Europeans pay for it. If you are not going to give us new content then stop charging us to transfer items from one character to another on the same account. We are not rich. The rich does not play free to play games. It is not fair that we are funding better versions of games we do not get to play. Think about it. How would you like it if we treated you that way? You would not.
All I am asking for is a little honesty. Honesty seems to be dying in the game industry these days, but it is not too late to bring it back. (Unless the compay will fire you if you tell us the truth.)
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