/takes a drink of scotch.
P.S. Mark…you’re full of doo-doo.
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8 Comments Posted by Darren
Hey what scotch ya drinkin? ha ha
New drinking game! Every time Mark Jacobs uses the word “committed” or “commitment”, you have to take a drink. Now, pass the hooch!
Your comment at Eating Bees makes it look as if you are exasperated with her post and not the WAR situation. (Or perhaps you are – maybe she’s cutting EA too much slack?)
In any case, I look forward to some ranting about this in a future SUWT.
Sounds as if they are cutting there on throat.
I under stand layoff’s (better words for it YOUR FIRED ), been there, done that. But why would you cut the people that your player base knows the best. It sounds as if they don’t know there players at all.
Best of luck to all that was layed off
Wow I never saw that coming!
^^^ That was sarcasm incase anyone’s meter is broken.
Warhammer was destined for failure from the beginning. It was way over hyped and released with broken and/or flawed features that were supposed to be these life changing things. It’s going to dwindle down until it becomes like all the other MMO’s that aren’t WoW and maintain a small, but loyal player base and the game will completely transform from what it was supposed to be because the population is too low to do things like they were intended. They’ve already had to start ramping down the difficulty of the public quests.
Okay, when is somebody going to re-subtitle that Downfall clip with a Mark Jacobs dialog?
“Mein Fuhrer, the subscriber numbers are in for Q4 08.”
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What is the big deal? If an online game isn’t as successful as WoW then it starts to bleed people after a time. It’s just the way things work with any company. If your still playing the game and contributing to the employment of such people then I’d say you have a right to complain, but if you, like many others, got bored with WAR and stopped assisting with the monthly pay of these people then, do you really think that it’s Mythic’s fault? Especially since the game still has a healthy number of subscribers still helping to pay salaries.
So, do you think it’s their fault or yours now?
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