<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by BEWAREofZOMBIE:
Wow. What a fool I am. I simply checked out games and purchased those I liked and left on the shelf those I didn't, not realizing there was an underlying judgment to be made about the publisher that may lead to a protest.
So to out-n-out decide to never buy a UBI product again will set things straight. Hmmmm
But what if I like a game they release. Granted, I've played the HAZE demo and it didn't turn me on. I would like to clear one thing up though, the only similarity between HAZE and HALO is the the ongoing wise cracks.
My first love is Survival Horror, eventhough I'm a purest I'm not going to waste energy on complaining about the left turn CAPCOM made with Resident Evil or how they destroyed Clock Tower....oops off track.
Point is purchase what u like, ignore what you don't. these are games people. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
For many of us (who've had years, and I mean years of UBI-experience) it doesn't really matter anymore what "great" game they put on the shelves (not that any UBI game in recent history on any level deserves a label of "great") because the piles of money we've sent their way only to see them ****ting on it far out-weighs anything less than ATTENTIVE (not SUPPRESIVE) customer care.
The above which we will never ever get from UBI. Why else would they employ "moderators / forum cops" instead of community REPRESENTATIVES? They don't want to hear from us, talk with us, or even see us around after they've pick-pocketed us at the cash register. Period.
To all of you self-righteous forum cops out there:
"I've seen more effort on these forums in the years I've been a UBI-sucker by forum "moderators" in defending themselves and/or UBI than in taking the community issues to the DEV's and DEMANDING support!"
Nothing will change as long as UBI employs "moderators" instead of "community representatives". Well actually, nothing except them eventually losing their undeserved position as a software developer/publisher. A change lauded by not so few anymore.