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  1. >MOBA communities are terrible, toxic, and mean. >It's a widely accepted consensus. >Even those who don't say MOBAs are the worst, often admit they are still very bad. >Asking me to support my claims of the MOBA Community being hostile and mean is like asking me to support the claim my sky is blue. >normal MOBA communities are toxic and they all share similar, unforgiving mechanics. Again, all communities with rabid fandoms experience these issues. You continue to project an agenda of generalities. I could pick any gaming medium and pull up a Google search listing as t
  2. Wow... Your reasoning seems to be mostly barren as to why Dota2 consists of a horrid community, yet you somehow manage to muster up four paragraphs on the very topic. How is this possible? Sounding off with such declarative statements makes you look uninformed and worse, naive. Every community has it's own fair share of blight; your generalities are just supporting a stance that has no foundation to stand on. Speak with facts please. Both LoL and Dota2 are some of the most successful properties in every statistical facet that can be measured in today. These games share a rich, diverse, c
  3. Get a job. Get a P.C. Or just play it in browser. Problem solved.
  4. DD2 on Steam is a must! Why? The difficulty in convincing my friends in trying/buying DD2 almost becomes an impossible task to accomplish if it's not on the PC platform known as Steam. They all hang out on Steam. Its become the gaming equivalent of a social network. Steam is now the norm for trying out new PC games. The more hurdles you throw at the user, the less likely I'll be able to convince my friends to try DD2.
  5. Discussed my feelings about PvP in another thread in detail... http://dungeondefenders2.com/forum/showthread.php?97093-Thoughts-after-Pax-Dungeon-Defenders-2-PvP-Needs-Retooling Overall the PvP is actually quite solid believe it or not. That being said I strongly feel they need to change the movement/control mechanics into more of a third person based shooter if they want to obtain traction with the public or DD1 fans in any meaningful way. Imagine DD1 third person platforming combined with elements of Dota. Money. Make it happen Trendy.
  6. So I got my hands on DD2 at Pax East... The good... - DD2 plays like a moving painting. The Color sets are more precise now and the use of chiaroscuro is better implemented into the models. A huge step up from DD1 which looked like a melted Skittles bag most times. - Oils and elixirs offer dynamic combat. Fights/ganks happens in waves now. Which is a good thing. - Clean game play. Lag was never an issue. - Clean animations. I feel DD2 is the first moba to nail animations. Alotta times in this genre developers embellish attack skills with glows, glares, blurs, etc. Making the player
  7. What a horrible idea. This is not a MMORPG. Your desperate need to turn this series into a timesink is nauseating. A marketplace would also ruin core functions of the game similarly to what happened with Diablo 3... http://www.joystiq.com/2013/03/28/diablo-3-director-jay-wilson-auction-houses-really-hurt-game/ Dungeon Defenders 2 is aiming for a fresh start. Keep it that way.
  8. ? people like vesper and janitorus are simply calling it like it is, you're clearly a self-righteous a**hole with a holier than thou attitude, and you have troubles acknoledging the fact that your just posting to troll and you didn't start a discussion on how to make the game better you said "screw what we have trendy is incompentent lets start over!" And once again the useless loner in their parents' basement is you, since only said subset of people can proclaim to know the societal value of a person through ONE single POST ON THE INTERNET... how bout you stop trying to personally insult
  9. That said, you claim in the OP that Trendy has turned this game into a tangled mess and at the same time claim that they have learned how not to make a tangled mess. If this game, as it stands now, is beyond repair, what evidence do you have that a sequel would be any different? If you think Trendy isn't competent to fix DD, what makes you think they're competent to make DD2 any better? On another note, you seem to be saying that fixing DD is a losing proposition because the player base is leaving and they'd be fixing a game that no one is around to play. If people are so disgusted with D
  10. It seems to me that many people enjoy the series like i do and wish to see it brought back to its former glory, while others seem to... Well if you say someone has self entitlement issues, you must be right. Right? Because after all you're cool 'n stuff. I'll just slap this quote into my post, because ceemeeir is right. And if I say he's right, he IS right. This post is also spot on, because I say so. Problem? (you'll have to imagine the troll face here yourself) ....post the above? Nice Insight. What an asset you are to this community.... Very disappointing...
  11. (inb4 "but quik i said people like ceemeeir!! i didn't blame ceemeeir alone" herp derp so there is a subset of people "like ceemeeir") Relax friend. My life is far too busy to immediately reply to a post on a forum that I have not visited in, in weeks. luv u. There is NO reason why this game should be ditched because it has some bugs or malfunctions. Is nobody familiar with the idea of patches and fixes? Cause over the last few months I've been witness to weeks of content and updates. You won't find me repeating the same hollow minded talking points like the others. Especially when the p
  12. While I agree that DD is off the track... lets not pull a valve here and make everyone repay for what they were told they'd get when buying the orignal.. what you're suggesting is for trendy to just give up and instead of improve what theyve got, release and resell what they already have... all the changes you just suggested don't require a new game, they require a fresh start, but christ you may aswell ask for them to go "oops all our servers crashed and your chars are gone, were gonna stoneage this and try again" lets try to be a little more rational than "oh hey trendy this sucks, dont bo
  13. During summer 2011, which winter blockbuster titles were on your radar? Arkham City? Skyrim? At the time, DD wasn't even on the map for me. Honestly, it was a friend that introduced me to DD. I was hesitant at first, but figured I'd give it a shot. It's throwaway title that I'll probably play for a few hours... ....800 hours later, I was hooked. The game was truly refreshing. It became my most played game of 2011 and I had a blast with it. With all that said, it's time to bury Dungeon Defenders and release DD2 for an October 2012 release. Why release a DD2.... - You now have a bett
  14. I'll be honest, when I heard of Nightmare mode I assumed this dlc was simply going to more the the same. You know, drop some auras and get ready for some dps huntress. Time to go pro kids. So I load up Nightmare glitter and was in for a rude awakenin. I got my *** beat. I realized quickly my sexy elf does no damage, and I lost wave one. So I've continued to give it a go and I just wanted to say.... ...Trendy you nailed this mode, its fun and fresh! It makes you appreicate the tower heavy classes. It's a new spin on an old style. - Figuring out ways to cover my tracks so spiders dont at
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