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> > “Just go play the old games.” Yeah, and if you have any problem with America whatsoever you can just go live somewhere else instead of discussing the issues. Because apparently rational thinking and criticism aren’t allowed, you’re supposed to just either automatically agree with me or -Yoink- off. “Oh, you don’t share my opinion? You’re just ignorant.” Lovely.
> > “Trust them”. The -Yoink- does that even mean? What exactly do you want me to trust? Their competence as a studio? Well then their track record isn’t exactly the strongest. The direction they are taking the franchise? I haven’t liked most of the changes they’ve made so far so I don’t know why I’d trust them going forward. “Trust us” has actually become a running joke in circles like Beyond.
> > “343i are trying so hard to please the community.” Lol, how? They take forever to do anything, and in the meantime they shove -Yoink- we don’t even want down our throats. And before you pull out the strawmen I’m not saying they’ve never given us what we want, but they could seriously be doing a way better job at it.
> For the same reason people move from America people are moving from halo, “Discussing issues” as you call it gets people no where, there’s hundreds of threads on how people dislike the new thruster packs, spint and Spartan charge, do they really expect it to be taken out because they don’t like it?
> Id trust 343 with halo than I would bungie, if you’ve seen the state of destiny I’m sure you’d agree.
> and you can’t please everyone, things you might not want, other people are happy to have, They’re not forcing anything upon you or anyone else in the community.
Discussing issues won’t “always” work but it can at times. H5 is a prime example of that. Ordnances-gone, custimization load outs-gone, bloom/descoped-gone, equal starts-done, firefight-on it’s way, the list goes on. Like Ramirez says, 343 does listen, but they either take so long before acting on it or they do the opposite at times.