Review about Megaten, mostly. Tbh it didn't change much since last month, number of events per week kinda slowed down but overall things still the same - it's ok, not excellent but indeed much better than two months ago.
This was quite interesting
(Feedback on Gamesages form), good to avoid senseless flaming and to help evaluate how the players see the GS team, too bad it was sorta forgotten without announcement or whatsoever, saw just few people trying to promote the silent stickied topic xD.
Still an interesting issue how certain(s? most likely just one, the same one like always rofl) GM still stalking/protecting some players, editing and erasing posts and topics not to contribute or control the discussion, just because.... Eh, for the heck of it? Besides this team is working well, events are flowing and keep going, forums/ingame questions are being answered, that's nice. Had some problem with the delivery of some items but RT answers and solutions were quite fast. Client is acting weird and server got some weird bugs but they are trying to keep the server stable and delivering this fairly well.
All the other problems are most about players themselves so that's it for today xDDD
Oh yeah it took some time but I guess we all received our ap from Lords Online event in the right day you guys postponed, yay ty xD good to see things worked out well even after those problems.
Was reading last month's feedback and found this observation
Obs: My comment will look stupid but you know that when you make a poll on service feedback with a great number of participants, you should use an EVEN number of alternatives. On large populations the result will always tend to the average (Normal distribution), which doesn't point anything at all. With even numbers you will always have a result "average with tendency of good/bad".
I guess it helps you see the tendencies clearer, tbh I don't know how do you guys store and analyze the data from these polls but in theory the one above works better xD
Another thing is the name of the option changes, they used to be more distinct (terrible, poor, average, good and excellent) than now IMO (excellent, very good and good are very relative and close for a poll who only have "fair" and "poor" as extra options, "fair" and "good" are quite neutral options and "poor" is the only truly - and not that much - negative one). The words choices were sorta unhappy. I mean, generally speaking it makes the poll looks with more positive results but quality-wise the information decreases since it's really harder to distinguish the options. Or was that on purpose?
Good to see some new big titles, they look quite interesting. Hope they come soon to us! O: