I'm just curious why every thread that's unhappy with the queue, or outtage, or poor communication etc... sees a quick rebuke from some new Jan 2010 account.
Would someone care to hypothesis?
oh like my new account? says jan 2010! you see i was BORN at that time and neevr even knew what this game or a computer was WOW! amazing eh?
Is life so sad for you that you go online to descriminate/show elitism because you made this account and had nothing better to do that post day after day before a game was released? WOW QQ don't bother replying to me I'm off to a better place, just slapping you to bring some sense into ya.
Pretty much everyone defending Cryptic has been through other MMO launches, likely several of them. This is a typical game launch. In fact, it's quite a bit smoother than most. People who are complaining with threats to quit or demanding money back (I still can't stop laughing at the class action lawsuit thread) have likely never been through the release of a game like this before. So they don't have the proper context to put it in.
No game launches without issues like these. It's simply par for the course. And don't point to titles like ****, which was running for a year before it was beta tested in the US. It's not the same thing. I'm sure they had plenty of issues in Korea when the game first went live.
Those of us who have been through this a time or two (or 14) were prepared to go through this and know it will smooth out as the first month passes by. That's just the nature of MMOs.