Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Even SWTOR fanboys aren't safe anymore

Well this is a first. A lame Bioware employee has decided to blame fans for the utter disappointment that is Stars Wars The Old Republic MMO.

As the game starts to fail miserably the producers and content writers of SWTOR are really lashing out and turning to the last refuge they have: assaulting even the die hard fanboys.

Check out this great piece of work:

http://blogs.bettor.com/Anonymous-Bioware-Insider-blames-fans-for-SWTOR-Video-Games-Update-a173317

A Bioware Austin employee has lashed out at fans regarding the state of the recently launched massively multiplayer online (MMO) Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR) according to GamerTechTv.

SWTOR or ‘Tortanic’ is being called one of the biggest blunders of this generation as Electronic Arts (EA) has thrown away over $500 million of development and marketing funds for the project and will now have to make it free to play because of the rapidly decreasing player count.

The failure of the MMO has caused a significant drop in EA’s share price and has lead to major layoffs at Bioware Austin. The Bioware employee, who wishes to remain anonymous, has stated that fans are in part responsible for how the MMO turned out.
Way to go Bioware. And by the way thanks for justifying my SWTOR hate. I love it when I get proven right.