Electronic Arts has promised to learn lessons and not repeat mistakes after the Star Wars Battlefront II fiasco.
If that sounds familiar, itR17;s because EA promises this after EVERY fiasco.
I can imagine this comment from them (which I took from classic british comedy Porridge )
Customers : all right then just dont let us catch you conning us EA: I won’t Customer : You won’t what ? EA: let you catch us
Reading that title I got really excited but by the end I realised ea were going to keep making Star Wars games ?
“We will not do that again…until you all start buying our stuff, then we’ll find a way to screw you over even harder next time” -Every board member of E.A
*Press x to doubt*
Can’t spell steal without *ea*
*sniff* *sniff* What’s that I smell? Oh yeah, it’s *bullshit.*
Pride and accomplishment, never forget.
And I vow to never buy an EA game.
EA: “We’re sorry you feel that way.”
“Well they did it so it’s OK.” When the fuck did this become an acceptable excuse. When I was growing up I was taught that that is not a good excuse but apparently shit has changed. I guess now “They did it first” is an OK excuse now. Good to know.
These statements from AAA devs are as flaccid as I am when another FPS game gets released
They should just take Battlefront 2 (2005) – put on a Graphics overhaul – and add the star wars sequels as DLC And if they have to make it “more modern” give us a custom character with his own loadout for Galactic Conquest
EA: i promise ill change, baby. Consumer: i belieeeeeve youuu
Friend: you have to get out, he’ll never change.
Consumer: shut up!! he means it this time.
Consumer found dead at the bottom of a staircase
As Jack Sparrow once said: “You can always trust a dishonest person to be dishonest”, sorry EA, not buying the act.
You know that “fool me once” saying? So what do we say when the same entity has tried to fool us all about 1,000 times? Other than BULLSHIT I mean.
Sounds like the South Park BP Oil apology…..
We’re hitting levels of doubt that shouldn’t be possible.
Paring that statement down to the core: “…we got it wrong…It doesn’t mean we will stop…we’ll continue to push…monetization, loot boxes”
Isn’t that exactly what they said after the first one. If you believe what they’re saying, you’re a spaz
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