Self entitled spoilt kids and their changes to the game



  • Alrighty I had a few drinks, so nothing like a tirade to prove it.

    But seriously, WTF back in my childhood people were fucking happy to have fun with video games. I mean its a fucking game. Its not like you are getting laid, nor paying to have weird sex. You paid the price of a 2 or 3 beers to play a game.

    But, oh no, it is the most serious thing in the world. God forbid the game maker does not constantly update and improve the game for free, god forbid they actually change the game.

    Um WTF do you want it updated or do you want it left alone. Oh I see you want the updates but only your personal updates, not what the consensus update is, not what an elected representation asks (alright there was no election).

    But lets face it, 90% of the posters are clannies who want thousands of hours of value out of a game they paid what $20 at most for.

    What would your mothers mother say. Grow the fuck up, stop bitching, sure provide feedback but stop acting like an entitled mother fucker.

    Tirade over, I am going to get laid. (I lie postponed so getting drunk instead).



  • @gregcau:

    Hey guys look I drink beers and get laid.

    The majority of the userbase was content with how the game was, this patch doesn’t add any content it just tweaks the current.
    Yes there is a fair share of bootyblasted “clannies” it’s an expected reaction when you change a lot of things for what seems like no reason.
    People are complaining because they want to like it.

    The beta was handled poorly and so was that patch implementation, that being said it’s not the end of the world and people will still continue to play.
    Hopefully the Dev’s learn from this and can adjust the game accordingly.
    I don’t hate TBS I dont think anybody who posts here truly do, they’re just naive or inexperienced which is fine for a new studio.

    But, do carry on getting worked up about people complaining it’s mildly entertaining.



  • I think the quote was misplaced

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  • You are most certainly a very lonely person.



  • “Hey guys, I’m not used to the new mechanics after 10 hours of play, I want to go back to the old version!”



  • @bootyhorn:

    You are most certainly a very lonely person.

    cuddle me.



  • the main difference between your childhood and today is that during your childhood we weren’t playing games online with hundreds of people we weren’t sitting directly next to, that’s if they were even multiplayer to begin with. if the person you were playing against before pissed you off you could smack them in the head. there wasn’t as much smack talk when you’re in arms reach lol.

    as far as the patch, it’s the best thing to ever happen to this game (mostly sarcasm)

    but in all truth, the game is still fun, good changes were made, questionable as well, but i’m still having fun which is all that matters.



  • It wasn’t really a serious post though there is an underlying point in there somewhere.

    Games have changed from being something amazing and cool to a commodity like takeout food where everyone criticizes the slightest flaw.

    Evolution I guess.



  • inc mostly off topic nerd essay

    spoilers: people back then devs didn’t update the game super often and generally the updates were pretty sparse + with content. Blizz released expansions and bugfixes, the CS team released patches that added game content and people just got used to playing 1.6 because they played it for so long and the game stayed the same overall.

    If something is bad and people notice, they will say something. The people I assume you are siding with play the game, LMB for 5 hours and then quit. There is no point in working to accommodate the majority of the pub players because they will either keep playing the way they’re playing or they’ll get bored and quit. The better players put a lot of hours into the game vs LMB spammers.

    Another thing that makes TF2 and other shooters popular is the improvement of skill that is directly from playing experience (besides of course the myriad of customizations). If you keep playing, you’re going to get at least a bit better at aiming in general and you feel good about doing so. In chiv there is feints, dragging, riposte strikes apart from naturally gaining a little bit of aim + spacing.

    CoD has customization options, very easy shooting but with room to improve because of better players, differing playstyles, giving players something to work for in game (killstreaks), etc. TF2 has differing playstyles and customization. This game has differing playstyle for 1 class, the other ones can be boiled down to LMB spam. TF2 engie is a good example since you won’t be effective just shotgunning and people who pick him want to build the mainstay of the class: the sentry. It also helps that engie doesn’t really require aim but still gives players positive feedback.

    This game just isn’t transparent enough and it lacks the customization or the differing playstyles.

    If a good number of players that have invested their time into the game are saying something, then there is something wrong vs the game that they have been used to for a good period of time. Is it so wrong to want a game to be good an be able to play it for a very long time? There are players who have been playing quake/1.6 for 6+ years. Is it terrible to want to play a game for that long?

    I have problems with certain parts of the patch, shit like flinch, certain weapon changes, swings magically disappearing, the bubble, and feint grunting.



  • Not everybody likes there favorite game being raped. :x



  • the main difference between your childhood and today is that during your childhood we weren’t playing games online with hundreds of people we weren’t sitting directly next to, that’s if they were even multiplayer to begin with.

    Indeed. That’s the problem with multiplayer games nowadays as a whole - people are very adaptive creatures, they want to be the best so they find the most effective ways to play in order to beat the competition. It can ruin the game for some. For some it’s the changes which are ruining the game for them (the game they know and are used to).

    I find fun mostly when people are cooperating or when I play singleplayer (there are some great games for that). Competition seems to be changing people, the games, for the worse (to see why return to the begining of this post). It seems true everytime I see a new multiplayer title emerging and I don’t mean just Chivalry. Dark Souls can be just as good example.

    And about people complaing and overall interaction - it’s much like religion or politics. It isn’t about game itself, making it better, more challenging. It’s, in essence, an effort to dictate one’s will with poor or no reasoning behind it (opinion isn’t a very strong argument). I find that the best way is to simply ignore people in this regard as any interaction regarding opinions or subjectivity seems to turn into a toxic flame war where everyone is bashing his neighbour’s head for having different vision or feelings. Not needed.



  • yeah, you know the other thing about childhood games we used to have? they used to be HARD AS FUCK to IMPOSSIBLE to beat. They were fucking hard as shit and we put countless hours into trying ot beat a hard as fuck game. We didnt complain or ask to make the game simpler, we just put more time/effort into trying to beat the game.

    i guess people don’t like challenges any longer.



  • I am not sure it’s only about challenge or lack of it. In the past we couldn’t do much except play the game the way it was (and it was considered a final product). We also played in single-player mode mostly, so we didn’t feel what we do in stricte multiplayer titles where people attribute things happening on their screen onto balance, other player (cheating, exploiting, being better), etc.

    Reality has been changed and we along with it. Besides, being “simple” is not necessarily a bad thing. What’s important is how everything is tied together. The outcome. I played in simple yet fun and challenging games in the past, including boardgames.



  • God, everyone’s argument is nothing’s a big deal. Where do you drawn the line? Nothing in existence matters one iota, but guess what, if a change seems illogical and hinders me for no apparent balancing, casual, or any reason at all, I’m going to complain.

    All downsides removed from Spear? Yeah, that’s kind of stupid and f***ed. Spear is crazy right now.

    Can’t dodge when lowering parry, but could before patch? Yeah, sounds like a bug to me.

    Changes to Claymore speed from slashing specialist to 1h in 2h size? Its the noob’s go-to, fine by me.

    Buff Crossbows? OK DOWNLOADING AIMBOT F*** YOU TBS EAT MY EXCREMENT



  • Totally agree with OP.



  • @Alyx:

    The majority of the userbase was content with how the game was, this patch doesn’t add any content it just tweaks the current.

    Majority != vocal minority. The people who like the patch are busy playing it.



  • Greg! You’re off the case! Hand in your badge and your gun.



  • @SlyGoat:

    @Alyx:

    The majority of the userbase was content with how the game was, this patch doesn’t add any content it just tweaks the current.

    Majority != vocal minority. The people who like the patch are busy playing it.



  • @CRUSHED:

    @SlyGoat:

    @Alyx:

    The majority of the userbase was content with how the game was, this patch doesn’t add any content it just tweaks the current.

    Majority != vocal minority. The people who like the patch are busy playing it.

    LoL’d hard at the gif !



  • It may surprise you, but a lot of ppl do not post here. It’s full of negative peoples barking at each other. :(


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