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CraigK CA wrote:
I think Welsh Dragon knows too much...
Francis Urquhart wrote:
"You might very well think that. I couldn't possibly comment."
Mike CA wrote: »
The top priority is stability and performance – both frame rates in battle and campaign, and end of turn times and loading times. Then gameplay spoilers – AI flaws and exploits, balancing tweaks and the level of challenge on higher difficulties. Then minor bugs, lesser features that really didn’t pan out, UI improvements, and longer term adjustments to features and systems that could be better. Because there are a lot of us working in parallel there will be a mixture of different priority fixes in each patch. Much of this work would be part of the usual planned improvements we would make to our games post-launch anyway, but we are aware that they have now taken on extra significance and importance.
Knut wrote: »
No, I read the whole statement and they just casually mention that they might work on some gameplay issues sometime in the far, far future. And that they might implement some things like the family tree after a dialog with the community -- no doubt via some overpriced dlc.
I want to have faith in CA but after that release I feel betrayed. They didn't treat me like they should've. And their apologies never mention the sub-par gameplay or design. The reason I'm so jaded right now is because I just spent another hour playing Rome II and it was the most frustrating and annoying experience. I'll just stop playing for a while and hope CA makes good on their promise and makes it better.
Crappius Maximus wrote: »
This is how you know to tell the difference between a good developer and a bad one. Anyone with half a brain will know that it's not some slap dash attempt to paste over the cracks with some spare devs who have been reassigned or some such nonsense.
I have to say that although this is the first CA/TW game I've bought on release date and participated in helping improve by reporting bugs in the forum, it's by far the best managed response and communication from a games company post-release that I've ever seen
zanderfal wrote: »
Well steam installer is broke again. Froze at 14mb and refuses to move, and it only does it on this game so ya..