- Dec 14, 2009
Yeah, CAPITALISING every OTHER word DOES not MAKE you POINT more VALID.MattAn24 said:Again, *to you*. You're assuming everyone thinks exactly like you and that SquareEnix never makes any good games. YOU believe that. Believe whatever the hell you want, but what right do you have to tell others that the games they happen to like is the wrong option? Don't like it? Simple. Don't play it. You therefore have zero right to comment/complain/***** about it. There IS a massive fanbase for FFXIII and FFXIII, amid all the bitterness and rage. The people who DO happen to like it are sick of having to defend the games they happen to like. YOU don't think it's good. Fine. Don't force that opinion on others.Daystar Clarion said:Holy passive aggressiveness Batman!MattAn24 said:And maybe you should learn to realize that they're not making games for you, so shut the fuck up? You *obviously* don't care for it, so why bother? Others *will* play it and like it for what it is, who are YOU to dictate otherwise?Daystar Clarion said:Well Squeenix has to earn money somehow.
I mean, they've already established that they can't make good games anymore.
Just because YOU don't like something, doesn't make it *terrible* for others. Hell, I hate everything about Mass Effect. But I don't give a flying fuck if people play it, it's just not my thing.
Why don't people just learn to GROW UP?
Compapred to what they used to do? Yeah, Squeenix don't make good games anymore.
Hearing a game was being made by Square used to excite nearly everyone, it used to excite me, but now they're just floundering, churning out diamonds.
Sure they're pretty to look at at, but they're not really fun to play with.
I have no right to complain? Do you know how silly that sounds? I can't complain that I find their games to not be up to the same standard as they used to?
I don't remember forcing my opinion on others either. Don't like it? Don't read it. That logic works both ways.
Am I bitter? No. Am I full of rage? No. Am I disappointed? Yes. Sqeenix has failed to deliver on a number of occasions, from making an MMO that was broken from the very beginning and lost huge amounts of money, to a game that essentially puts the game on autopilot for 40 hours.
You're right that it's my opinion, but I'm entitled to dislike them just as much as you are to complain about people disliking them.
Funny world, eh?