BariSaxy wrote: »
I saw that one said "Don't like it, don't buy it". I don't care what else they say about anything because that sets them up as condescending and clueless.
Flexono1 wrote: »
Copying my reply from another thread (with some editing):
It's almost like the GC have forgotten they used to be regular players like the rest of us, that they had the same complaints as us, that they felt as unimportant to the dev team as the rest of us... But now, they have been afforded privileges that mean they no longer view The Sims through the lens of the common player.
It's easy to forgive something, when you have no investment in it. For GC it's easy for them to be remain positive or forgive the multitude of sins the game has, when they are essentially; given the game for free, given early access to the game, are given some level of involvement in the game, given access to the team/devs, and are indirectly making money of the game.
And as for them saying 'don't like it, don't buy it' or similar sentiments if just reeks of 'celebrities' who tell the common working individual how they should feel/react etc... while sitting in their multi million dollar home. Extreme comparison I know but the underlying reasoning is the same.
babajayne wrote: »
I’ve seen some cringy reaction videos to the trailer. I can’t take anyone seriously who is gasping and looking shocked every 3 seconds, over what? It’s just more recycled animations and sims’ facial expressions that we know aren’t based in gameplay. One in particular doesn’t even like Star Wars, so why do the overly dramatized reaction?
I think some GCers represent me and others absolutely don’t.
KaeChan2089 wrote: »
No, it's utterly up to you if you wanna buy it.