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Originally Posted by Star*DaggerWhere is the Star Trek Online review?
They launched flawlessly despite 5 million log ins on opening day, 2 million of those unique, and that was on a Tuesday!
Originally Posted by NicholaiFunny how the guy reviewing this didn't even play for 3 hours...and didn't even play any PvP matches.
This is his characters information https://account.globalagendagame.com/GAregister/stats/playerstats.aspx?p=99032
Looks like the reviewers on this site are not worth two shits.
I'm not from Hi-Rez, I'm just a player in the game. I only found out about this little joke of a review site because some people on a forum (Hi SHC!) brought this up and started laughing about the poor quality of reviewers these days. Your....amusing..... reply has also been discussed there.
For the thread itself, have a look here (ed: Oh yes, I know bbcode too)
This pathetic attempt at a review was brought up second post from bottom.
Unless you think SHC, a fan site created about a competing MMO franchise, is somehow in cahootz with Hi-Rez?
The game has quite a few problems, but the reviewer here managed to skip every single one of them, while managing to be factually inaccurate about parts of the core game play (recons in stealth having bullets move through them??WTF) and clocking up a terribly small number of hours covering a terribly small slice of the game. Jeez, the guy couldn't even figure out he was supposed to heal with his medic until his third game (you can see it on the game history), a bright reviewer he is not!
Nicholai - A moderately happy Hi-Rez customer, laughing at the amount of fail he has seen on this website so far.
Originally Posted by Harry Butler...we call it as we see it and take our impartiality as seriously as we do the thoroughness of our testing.
Originally Posted by NuTechHah, looks like somebody from HI-REZ Studios is searching the internet for bad reviews and complaining about the time spent playing the game. GameSpot just pulled their review because of a very similar complaint.
I hate to break this to you, while due diligence is admirable, it's also painfully obvious when a bad MMO is bad. Don't expect any leniency or the benefit of the doubt from reviewers if you expect somebody to pay a monthly fee for your game, as its your job to captivate the audience immediately.
The fact is you're another offender in a long line of developers who have no respect whatsoever for the MMO genre or the paying customer and are only in it to make a quick profit. Rather than try to 'expose' reviewers, how about you instead put that time and effort into making a great MMO and beta test it for longer than three weeks.
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