I don't know about anybody else, but my enjoyment for Rainbow has begun to wither away because of the lean glitch. I've been noticing a LOT more people doing it lately, and I'm no longer finding interest in this game (dang cheaters ). I play honest & fair as much as I can, but the lean walk/glitchers are getting to perfect this glitch so well, they're really forcing a lot of other players as myself to do it as well JUST to stay alive or beat the other person to the kill. It's making for even the most honest players to stoop low enough to cheat just to counter the person cheating on them. Frustrating & annoying and should NEVER be allowed to happen, yet it does . Since it's a glitch and not a cheat, I'm hoping the programming team for Black Arrow is taking a serious amount of time and consideration in making this glitch just a thing of the past. Though there are a few things that still float in my mind though, so I'll ask them to see if I can get answers;
Has anyone else seen a steady increase in users of the lean glitch as of late?
What steps are Ubi and Red Storm taking to help eliminate this level of cheating?
Will this problem be cured in Black Arrow?
Has this problem even been brought up and/or looked at by the programming team?
Seriously, I'm doing what so many others are doing with Black Arrow, I'll rent it first to see if it's worth the purchase. If the glitch is still there, I'm not going to waste another dime on this series . Lean glitch + different look/settings = same problem. The game will feature many new things (as most mission packs do), but if the lean glitch is still there, it's going to leave the same sour taste in our mouth with this series. I'm counting on Black Arrow to have a lot of cool new things, but right now I care more about this lean glitch getting fixed than I do about new levels/weapons/game types exc...
*(I haven't heard a word from the moderators in a very long time, so I hope someone up there can shed some light on this topic.)
[This message was edited by cre8nhavoc on Mon June 28 2004 at 10:16 AM.]