Every update is making the game more and more coding-wise shitty. You don't even have to be coder to see it (I'm not). Before I quit I could run a dungeon two times on few accounts before framerate was forcing me to restart the game. Before this update I had to restart after one dun. Now I'm getting a slideshow on second room... "It's because of multiboxing" counterargument would be missing the point - multiboxing or not, code obviously is getting shittier, multibox is just making it more visible.
I quit near the beginning of this year, came back month or two ago, and on first dun run with guildmates they had to explain to me how to deal with new bugs.
I'm really surprised that players who for few years were witnessing the ankama's continuous failure at coding are still defending them.
Why "ranters" are not moving to another games? Because there are no another games of this type. Give me another FFT/Disgaea online and I'm gone in the middle of writing a "rant" sentece. We are stuck with great, unique game with terrible developers. After all those years, the best that could happen seems to be ankama going bankrupt and selling the franchise to someone who has any idea about developing mmos. Constant marketing foot shooting and trolling classes changes (xel and rouge nerfs are absurd, osas players seem to be annnoyed as well) are another problems of ankama, but they aren't nearly as bad as purely technical aspect of the game.
I get your point, lack of constructive input is not good, but what difference it makes when any input is ignored by devs anyway? Sure, there are bright points in updates, but those are getting bleak when you think how long it took them to implement them. Next update will as bugged as this one, class changes will be as criticized as those, no matter if you praise them for their "efforts" or constructively point out problems.
This post has been edited by semcorda - September 30, 2015, 20:57:25.