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Xavier Horovitz

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  1. Bringing this back to the top! We're nearly 1,000 members strong and would love if you joined!
  2. You can spend your gems as you please now. After the wipe, they will be refunded to you.
  3. https://dungeondefenders.com/2/topic/125525/didnt-get-collectors-edition-title They're aware.
  4. From what we've heard, the ball is in SCEE's court right now. All that can be done is waiting.
  5. No it isn't might have been years ago but now days 99% of games are released the same time especially digital titles, that's why is doesn't make sense when they say Sony Europe take their time Speaking strictly from a PS4 point of view, there are still PLENTY of games that comes out in EU after NA. The most typical examples of games that follow this method are digital only games, such as Dungeon Defenders II. Granted, most of the time, there are only a few days between the releases, and we almost always know about the few day delay well in advance. I state this as someone who knows quite a bit about the PS4 and have kept up with release schedules for its near-two years of existence. The only thing a bit out of the ordinary is that we don't have an exact date. Typically, a digital game gets released in NA on a Tuesday, with the EU counterpart releasing at any point from Wednesday to Friday. Given that this is a paid pre-alpha, however, there are likely other hurdles to go through for DD2. Hope this cleared it up a bit. Are you sure about that? as far as i know it's only retail that come 2/3 days later in Europe but i don't buy many digital tiles on the PS4 but loads on the X1 and all digital title are released the same day retails are 2/3 days apart It's very dependent on the game, developer, and the timeframe. Something I did forget to mention is that closed betas (the type that require keys, not purchases) have been known to lean toward NA preference as well. It's a standard that hasn't yet been abandoned in the industry, for whatever reason. Given that it isn't happening to DD alone, I think it's safe to assume that there are simply different procedures for EU. Or, there has been some internal hiccup that they are not comfortable speaking about, but I'm sure that they regardless doing everything they can to get the game out the door. I doubt the devs wake up every morning and shake their fist at the sky, screaming "Damn Europeans!" I believe they want the game out just as much as you do, if not more, from a business standpoint alone.
  6. The Gems will be refunded to you so that you may purchase the things you want to again, yes. Your CE items will remain as well.
  7. As much a TrendyEnt want to update for the PS4 it will still come down to cost, I'm sure you are aware that every patch for a console there is some kind of fee behind it so it would be better to do itin a bulk patch rather that in sections. furthermore it is two teams so communication between the to groups must be prioritized which in theory could delay patches. Its' not a case of communication with the consumer being minimal but quite the opposite, communication with SONY is probably the biggest hurdle and if that goes south then a snowball effect appears. I know TrendyEnt have fallen short on some goals for being a bit far fetched from reality but it is a company that strives to create and innovate for the community, if you've seen the dev streams of late they are really excited for the PS4 release but only time will tell for when the wipeagedon will happen on PS4. (probably around November if everything goes well but thats just a theory with no ground evidence) I know Microsoft dropped patching fees a couple of years ago. As far as I know, Sony did the same. At least for indie developers.
  8. No it isn't might have been years ago but now days 99% of games are released the same time especially digital titles, that's why is doesn't make sense when they say Sony Europe take their time Speaking strictly from a PS4 point of view, there are still PLENTY of games that comes out in EU after NA. The most typical examples of games that follow this method are digital only games, such as Dungeon Defenders II. Granted, most of the time, there are only a few days between the releases, and we almost always know about the few day delay well in advance. I state this as someone who knows quite a bit about the PS4 and have kept up with release schedules for its near-two years of existence. The only thing a bit out of the ordinary is that we don't have an exact date. Typically, a digital game gets released in NA on a Tuesday, with the EU counterpart releasing at any point from Wednesday to Friday. Given that this is a paid pre-alpha, however, there are likely other hurdles to go through for DD2. Hope this cleared it up a bit.
  9. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe this isn't a bug; instead, you are being level synced as the game has deemed a mission too easy for a character of your level, thus bringing you down for that encounter. It's to make the fight a bit more challenging rather than you being able to overpower everything with ease.
  10. If I may ask, what exactly have you seen that makes you think that we won't get what the PC is getting? The developer has stated that it is their plan to give us what they have given them. I just looked through their updates and I highly doubt we'll get a lot of the events stuff. If OP is right and it takes 2 months to patch out something I highly doubt we'll get weekend events and all the other stuff PC gets. I for one would lvoe to have the halloween costumes. Pulling off events like that are a bit more difficult on consoles for sure, but plenty of games manage to do it just fine. As for the two months thing, there is no confirmed (or unconfirmed) timeline, so don't let conjecture get you worried just yet. That said, I'm on your side. There's a twinge of worry in me that console players may get a severely short end of the stick, but I spent my $53 in good faith that we will be given proper treatment. There are plenty of others who have done the same. I'm sure Trendy feels a bit of an obligation to please their fans for the outpouring of support, and they'll work hard to not let us down.
  11. I mean...we're in the PS4 board... I don't think there's a fault with the way the boards are set up. If you come into the PS4 board, you should expect essentially all topics to be regarding the PS4 unless otherwise stated.
  12. If I may ask, what exactly have you seen that makes you think that we won't get what the PC is getting? The developer has stated that it is their plan to give us what they have given them.
  13. they will be wiped. It says soon but another thread here says it takes at least two months to get a patch sony approved so who knows. To be clear: it doesn't take a patch two months to be approved by Sony. It takes a week or two. What takes a long time is developing the patch, scheduling a timeframe for it to be submitted and reviewed, and so on. Once Sony actually gets around to checking it out, it's a fairly quick process. In other words, once the patch is done on the development side of things, you won't be waiting anywhere near two months for it to release.
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