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Drowsy wrote: »
Be that as it may OP, chances are 95% of the team that worked on R2 have now moved to different projects. We will never get those '3 months' back. Expect band-aids from this point on or your gonna be disappointed.
Lucius_Cornelius_Sulla wrote: »
"I'm holding a burning torch. Your argument is invalid."
Publius Cornelius Scipio at the siege of Carthage, 146 BC
Salthan Newark wrote: »
I also think that people need to stop blaming the 'evil publisher' for everything. Although it's easy to take that view (I did so myself), having read a few interviews and such it seems that CA had an awful lot of freedom with the game and a reasonable amount of clout with Sega. I'm just not so sure we should be so quick to blame the publisher, when it's entirely possible that CA's 'metacritic' approach may be the root of the real problem with this game.
MrZanyGaming wrote: »
CA needs to become an independent company. I don't care if it takes them 4 years to make another Total War, they need to break ties with Sega and be.....creative. They have a big enough fanbase to do this in my opinion, as long as they don't throw all the money into marketing again.
Dodo wrote: »
... they cant relase expansions for a broken game.
Marcus 123 wrote: »
I doubt CA gonna add new features to the game. It would require to reconsider a lot in game mechanics.
They can be even called deleted features, not new.
Only patches are possible, which means this game is dead.
robs456 wrote: »
What I like most is that the Big Secret is now out.
friendlydog wrote: »
that's not a problem for CA. they did so with empire.