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BravelyRanAway #21 Posted 10 January 2019 - 11:08 PM

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View PostNishi_Kinuyo, on 10 January 2019 - 10:00 PM, said:

And what's your excuse for not being able to cough up ~56 euro per year assuming you use a 30% coupon from somewhere?

Or ~68 euro going by the regular 15% discount. :trollface:

I do have another account with 250 battles most at T4 and T5......which is running at 65%. Never spent a penny on that account, which flies in the face of his baseless claims.

In reality he getting upset because others have different viewpoints to his own and he is dismissing those viewpoints even though they are based on experience, whereas his is based on watching other players videos many of whom are good players, so a paper tank with a spud gun in their hands plays better than an average players attempt.


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klbergmen #22 Posted 11 January 2019 - 09:26 AM

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View Posttrefferlage, on 10 January 2019 - 08:38 PM, said:

 

better Players don t teach in wot and they do tn teach in WoWP.. they just hop into their low Level planes with their +9 Crews and Smash newbees…


 

 

You speak german, right ? Look on YouTube for DEPAC - there you have enough stuff for at least one week from players, not from WG and after you watched this THEN you can talk about WoT.

For english speakers there where the HAVOC clans. They did exactly this - teach Players (I don't know if they are still active)

In the WoT forum there are specific threads where you can ask unicums and there are so many videos from really good players, just to help people that want to learn. (Taugrim for example)

You know nothing about WoT and you cannot know anything yet about WoWP.

In WoWP if you ask properly you will get help but you have to be willing to learn, otherwise its pointless.

Yes, in both games there are people that bash noobs but these are not the good ones. Their statistics are manipulated. Why should a good player do this - this is boring ?



RoyalFlyingCorps #23 Posted 12 January 2019 - 08:22 AM

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My tupenny ha'penny's worth:

As a relatively experienced player I would say that WoWP 2.0 is an easy-to-comprehend, but tricky-to-master arcade-style flying game.  That is, it's not hard to have a reasonable idea of what you should be doing (at least in fighters) when you start, but there's enough variety and depth in the various aircraft class playing styles to provide many interesting hours of activity after your initial introduction to the game.  I think we all sense there's a gem of a game in there.

 

Unfortunately, the game has been continuously marred by infuriating bugs since it arrived in October 2017.  Worse, it's now clear that with every update we can expect either the re-emergence of bugs previously fixed or new, bad bugs.  The WoWP development team has no more than a shaky control of the code underlying the revamped game and, in my opinion, this is driving people away from the game.

 

The marketing of the game - the engine for bringing new players into the game - is insufficient (though, given the point above, I begin to wonder if that's a fortunate thing).

 

I thought the major patch 2.0.5, which introduced the new equipment progression system and specialisation, completely missed the point with respect to what was good about the game - the aerial combat - and brought an unwelcome level of complication to equipping planes, to say nothing of a new need to grind credits endlessly (especially after the economy nerf of patch 2.0.6) and the irritating gambling element of the calibration system.

 

The farrago concerning the Community Managers and Community Contributors - yes, _Neverm1nd_, I note neither you nor your colleagues have answered my constant questions on this topic - has left a bad taste in the mouths of many who came into the game at about the same time as me.  Most of them have either stopped playing the game or have reduced their involvement considerably, which is terrible from the point of view of promoting the game.

 

I think 2018 has ended on a particularly sour note given the hopeless response to the joystick bugs by the WoWP team and I have to say I think the outlook for 2019 is far from encouraging.


Edited by RoyalFlyingCorps, 12 January 2019 - 08:23 AM.





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