lol really? this benefits them far more than it does me, without us the players, they wouldn't be publishing a game, for me its game for them its their livelihoodFor starters, you wouldn't even be playing the game if it weren't for them.
what exactly are we supposed to be grateful for here? This is a company trying to make money, not some charitable organization cleaning up after a natural disaster or something.. they aren't doing anything out of a favor to us, they are trying to maintain a business and make a profit.
At this point, I am ashamed of being part of this fanbase, not because of Nexon, but because of how greedy and impatient everyone is. Get a job programming for a well-known online game company and see how often you have to fix problems. Probably 80% of doing a programming job is fixing problems. Not only that, but you can only estimate how long it will take to fix a problem because you can't tell right away if something you do fixes it or not. Not only that, but you have to deal with complaints like these from ungrateful players with a smile even if you want to sink your claws into them. These people get paid well for good reason, for their efforts and for their patience.what exactly are we supposed to be grateful for here? This is a company trying to make money, not some charitable organization cleaning up after a natural disaster or something.. they aren't doing anything out of a favor to us, they are trying to maintain a business and make a profit.
we both know this isnt the case, or they wouldnt be "beefing it up now" they weren't expecting this type of turn out or weren't prepared for it and the merge, which isan obvious and glaring oversightexcept this time, it was a hardware issue, because they didn't have the capacity to handle the extra player load, this is foresight at its finest. Hype an event for months then not expect anyone to come?Once the last maintenance ended, everyone practically dropped everything and started trying to connect immediately following all the maintenance that was finished. Even websites will go down if too many people are trying to access them all at once. They have the hardware to support the players, just not everyone coming in all at once. This always happens for popular games
except this time, it was a hardware issue, because they didn't have the capacity to handle the extra player load, this is foresight at its finest. Hype an event for months then not expect anyone to come?Nexon America needs staff changes pronto. There are people at Nexon that either can't do their job properly or have little to no knowledge of what they're doing. I'm not saying I'm any better, and they're probably a whole heck of a lot better than I will ever be at something like that but at least hire some professionals who know what they're doing. Especially with a big name like "Nexon", you shouldn't be screwing up this often with every patch/maintenance. Take a look at Nexon Korea... Rarely, if not ever, do they ever have extended maintenance that goes on for this long. Nexon's quality of service is what killed the player base and we need a change to make Nexon a big name for gaming like it is in Korea instead of the laughing stock it is now. Should be ashamed of yourself staff at Nexon of America for letting this go on for so long.They are experts at their job. It isn't the staff's fault. Code breaks from time to time are regular for programmers and it's ghastly having to go through the code again and find specifically what things are broken. And the player base is not being killed by Nexon, it is killing itself for constantly blaming them for problems