Ghaleon wrote:This is a forum for us to communicate to each other with. Provided we aren't breaking any rules, I don't see a problem with someone wanting to vent/complain/criticize something. If you're not interested that's ok, but the op clearly had enough opinions about the matter to bring it up, and I personally have related opinions, as do others. Not everything on a forum has to have a purpose, sometimes people just like talking about something just for the sake of conversation, what else would be the point of the off topic threads, or the "who is your favorite ____" threads. People are just curious about other people's opinions on a subject is all. Now if someone is outright insulting reviewers as a whole or something and/or you have a conflicting opinion with what they said, by all means feel free to speak up. But if someone isn't breaking any rules please don't tell them they they can't/shouldn't post about something.
There's already a 'MK 2 Reviews topic', why did someone feel the need to create what is essentially, a flame topic? that's what I don't get.
hibari-sama wrote:vampko:no,if we don't say nothing on thing like that the world will continue to treat us forever in that way,you're simply giving up,for example this review would be a great chance to let know the people that we're not what they think(kid,pedos or whatever),but you want to give up.... you're disappointing vampko.
Read the final paragraph in the WoT. That's where I address what you can do to try and better the situation. This is not going to do anything to better the situation. It's the wrong place to try and put attention towards the issue.
Would you go on a physics forum, and post a video that shows someone who gives poor reasons that physics is wrong? You might, to ridicule the person who is in the video, and get others to ridicule that person with you. Or you might just have to have a bunch of people point out what was wrong/'absurd' with their viewpoint. You wouldn't think that that post would change the viewpoint of the person in the video. Because that person in the video wouldn't bother with a physics forum, because, in their mind, 'they're all a bunch of misguided fools'.
It's a similar situation here.
You're not doing anything against the rules or inherently 'wrong'. I just think it really has little purpose, and I don't care to see it.
If you think that means I'm 'abandoning' you, or 'giving up', then I hope you change your mind, but there's not much I can do about that.