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News Comments > Dragon Age II Beta Patch
43. Re: Dragon Age II Beta Patch Mar 13, 2011, 20:37 Dirwulf
 
Teddy wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 20:35:
space captain wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 20:24:
Its ironic that you feel free to call people's perspectives idiocy and then whine and cry about someone doing the same thing to you as if it is not applicable. The same with the "personal attacks", which you have made plenty of yourself.

Does that make sense? Is it a fairly clear explanation? Seems pretty easy to grasp.

My complaint was never that you insulted me, but rather that you had nothing more to say than insults. No points to make, no logical or well-founded arguments. Again, nothing to add to the conversation.

I at the very least have made an effort to explain my position. You have not done the same to explain yours. Again, I think your grasp of irony is failing you, if ever you had one.

Teddy, meet Space Captain...
 
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39. Re: Dragon Age II Beta Patch Mar 13, 2011, 20:28 Dirwulf
 
Muscular Beaver wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 20:21:
Jerykk wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 20:15:
For anyone criticizing DA2 based on the mindless combat seen in the demo, it should be noted that the combat is exponentially harder on Nightmare difficulty. You have to plan carefully and micromanage your party, otherwise you'll get destroyed. Granted, there's still a lot of filler combat and most of the combat encounters aren't particularly well-designed, but it's definitely not mindless.

For anyone thinking people are only talking about the combat: Its the whole game that makes you think youre sitting in front of a console. Just look at the repeating scenery and dumbed down content and controls.
I wont even start about the audacious way of implementing DX11.

What Audacious way of implementing DX11? You mean the Hi-Res pack? Ever heard of little game called Lord of the Rings Online? Did you know they do the same thing? They have a hi-res version of the game and a low res version. Why? Because not everyone has a friggin' video card that can handle DX11. So why waste the space and time if you can't use it?
 
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34. Re: Dragon Age II Beta Patch Mar 13, 2011, 20:17 Dirwulf
 
Muscular Beaver wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 20:09:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 19:37:
JoeNapalm wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 19:34:
Teddy wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 18:25:
It's also well known in the industry that gamers behave like children who will post metacritic reviews having never played the game. Better still are the idiots who post reviews that they LOVE the game top to bottom and give it a 1 because they can't figure out the website.

Regardless of what the whiners say, the game is good. It's not as good as the original in my opinion, but that doesn't automatically make it a 2/10 game. That's the true idiocy of gamers today, if it doesn't live up to what THEY expected from the game, all of a sudden it's the worst game of all time. If they'd had no expectation and it was a new IP that they tried, they'd give it a 7 or 8 instead.

Pure idiocy. A game sequel isn't scored according to how much you liked the original more, or what you were expecting from it. It's scored based on what it is. That's what gamers never seem to grasp about reviews and that's why official review scores typically vary so much from anonymous gamer review scores, particularly when involving a sequel.


It's pure idiocy to think that players aren't going to look at a sequel in comparison to the original.

While DA2 might have been a decent action game, it's the sequel to a well-liked RPG. The people who are trashing it in their ratings are rating it as a sequel to DAO.

The simple fact is the Bioware/EA decided to cash in for the quick money and broad demographic, just like they did with ME2 - but what those wonks don't realize is, they're doing irreparable harm to Bioware's reputation.

Sure, they can make big money in the short term, but they've cooked the goose that was laying the golden eggs. The asshats responsible don't care, though - they can probably live in style for the rest of their lives, and let the IPs what we all enjoyed wither and die.

I liked it better when gaming wasn't "mainstream"...It's gotten way too Hollywood.

-Jn-
Ifriti Sophist

So wait, now that its no longer catered to a hard core audience, and more people than ever are enjoying and buying it, its going to die? Hardly. If they keep this formula, the 3rd will outsell the second, which is surely to outsell the first.

And still if I play games like that I feel like I am losing IQ points every minute.

More people like it that way? Look at all the user ratings! More people bought it maybe, but like it?
Sure, if I ask console players if they liked it, most of them will say yes, but if you want to play such games, consoles were there for those people in the past. BUT we are f*****g talking about the PC here!

If you like such games, go play on your console and stfu or post on console sites. Dont think for a second games on PC have to be that way too.
People are pissed because BioWare, which was raised by PC people who enjoyed complex RPG games like BG, IWD, etc are now turning their backs on them by consolifying "the spiritual successor of Baldurs Gate" and you guys think its unjustified, even if many of them actually have FACTS to back up the claim of an inferior game? WTF is wrong with you?

Its the #1 selling game on PC. That speaks volumes. The hardcore player base has been and will always be the minority. Like I said, people like you are just elitists. Its a great game. I'm sorry you'd rather spend your short time on this planet spewing hate about it rather than doing something you like.
 
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24. Re: Dragon Age II Beta Patch Mar 13, 2011, 19:37 Dirwulf
 
JoeNapalm wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 19:34:
Teddy wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 18:25:
It's also well known in the industry that gamers behave like children who will post metacritic reviews having never played the game. Better still are the idiots who post reviews that they LOVE the game top to bottom and give it a 1 because they can't figure out the website.

Regardless of what the whiners say, the game is good. It's not as good as the original in my opinion, but that doesn't automatically make it a 2/10 game. That's the true idiocy of gamers today, if it doesn't live up to what THEY expected from the game, all of a sudden it's the worst game of all time. If they'd had no expectation and it was a new IP that they tried, they'd give it a 7 or 8 instead.

Pure idiocy. A game sequel isn't scored according to how much you liked the original more, or what you were expecting from it. It's scored based on what it is. That's what gamers never seem to grasp about reviews and that's why official review scores typically vary so much from anonymous gamer review scores, particularly when involving a sequel.


It's pure idiocy to think that players aren't going to look at a sequel in comparison to the original.

While DA2 might have been a decent action game, it's the sequel to a well-liked RPG. The people who are trashing it in their ratings are rating it as a sequel to DAO.

The simple fact is the Bioware/EA decided to cash in for the quick money and broad demographic, just like they did with ME2 - but what those wonks don't realize is, they're doing irreparable harm to Bioware's reputation.

Sure, they can make big money in the short term, but they've cooked the goose that was laying the golden eggs. The asshats responsible don't care, though - they can probably live in style for the rest of their lives, and let the IPs what we all enjoyed wither and die.

I liked it better when gaming wasn't "mainstream"...It's gotten way too Hollywood.

-Jn-
Ifriti Sophist

So wait, now that its no longer catered to a hard core audience, and more people than ever are enjoying and buying it, its going to die? Hardly. If they keep this formula, the 3rd will outsell the second, which is surely to outsell the first.
 
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22. Re: Dragon Age II Beta Patch Mar 13, 2011, 19:35 Dirwulf
 
Sempai wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 19:29:
sir wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 19:19:
I'm enjoying the game (or the story-telling aspect, at least) even if it is hardly more involving than one of those "Choose Your Own Adventure" kiddie books. I'm too old for hardcore RPG these days, I like it to be mulched into a digestible paste and spoon-fed to me while I dribble over simplified gameplay choices.

I just want to have sex with someone already, their fucking love/hate system is total rubbish.

Jesus Christ at this point I'll fuck the dwarf!

I bagged the female rogue with my female rogue, but she says she doesn't want to have a relationship lol. She showed up at my estate the last time I visited, but I talked to the dog first, and it added her to the scene, and then she said she forgot what she came for and left lol.
 
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16. Re: Dragon Age II Beta Patch Mar 13, 2011, 19:20 Dirwulf
 
Teddy wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 19:03:
space captain wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 18:44:
Teddy wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 18:25:
Pure idiocy.

yep this summarizes your entire perspective

*patpat*

When you have something to actually add to the conversation, feel free to try again. Insults from people whose opinion I care nothing for mean less than nothing. If you can rub your brain cells together for a proper argument, then I'm all ears.

Teddy, I feel for you. As a player of the original, I'm not having any problems with the new changes. I'm having a ton of fun with the game, there is so much to do, and some of the moments in the game have been OMG moments like in FFVII. The Ancient Rock Wraith boss is amazing and the dream encounter was so much fun.

Some people here are stupid and think if you like a game they don't like, that immediately means you are sucking corporate dick (ASeven). There is no place for elitism in this world, but some people seem to think they are better than others, because they think a game sucks, and because you like it, there must be something wrong with you. I really have no time for petty people like that.

I've been playing all day, I've had my break. Time to get back to some adventures.
 
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14. Re: Dragon Age II Beta Patch Mar 13, 2011, 19:11 Dirwulf
 
Bucky wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 18:26:
The Half Elf wrote on Mar 13, 2011, 18:21:
After a few days of playing it I really can handle all the changes to Dragon Age 2 except for one.

I have been in the same 3 tilesets OVER and OVER and OVER. I am sick of seeing 1 HUGE cave split up into smaller parts for quests, or some extra walls thrown in trying to make a new map. It's cheap, lazy and unprofessional. I am really surprised Bioware did this.

That one bothers me a bit, though I can deal with it. What drives me nuts is the console style menus for setting party tactics--that just pisses me off.

Otherwise, I far prefer Dragon Age 2 to DA:O, though I reserve final judgement until I've finished at least one playthrough of DA2.

I don't know why people call the tactics menu console style, or any of the PC menus for that matter. Its point and click with the mouse. Console style would be using page up and page down keys to scroll through the menus.
 
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News Comments > BioWare on Dragon Age II DRM
55. Re: BioWare on Dragon Age 2 DRM Mar 12, 2011, 16:46 Dirwulf
 
Kosumo wrote on Mar 12, 2011, 16:19:
To get back on topic (is there DRM in DA2?)

So, are "Reclaim Your Games" wrong on this or not?

I'd say they are and the fact that their website is still 'offline' make me wounder if they have been server with a take down notice, after all, if this is not true and is being put out on the internet and damaging 'EA/Bioware/DA2 sales/impressions of DA2' then I'd imagine who ever published it may have some question being asked of them.

On the other hand, how many of you think/know that it is true and that Bioware/EA and just big evil lairs?

The guy who owns the web site goes by Sblade on the Bioware boards. He says the site went down yesterday due to heavy traffic, but its still down. As Derek the Bioware rep said, it is just a release date checker, nothing more. I think the guy was just trying to bring some attention to his web site. It looks like he got what he was asking for.
 
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54. Re: BioWare on Dragon Age 2 DRM Mar 12, 2011, 16:42 Dirwulf
 
ASeven wrote on Mar 12, 2011, 16:27:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 12, 2011, 14:34:
Laughing at all the hate...

Well back to my second play through.

Man am I having fun with this game! FUN!!!

Speaking of lowest common denominator...

I'm sorry that you are unable to enjoy this game for what it is. I'm sure you don't even own it. Its sad that you have to derive enjoyment by bashing someone who likes the game. That just shows you how sad and pathetic your life must be.
 
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45. Re: BioWare on Dragon Age 2 DRM Mar 12, 2011, 14:34 Dirwulf
 
Laughing at all the hate...

Well back to my second play through.

Man am I having fun with this game! FUN!!!
 
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News Comments > EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access?
83. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 16:24 Dirwulf
 
Ok, so I did a reg edit and found my SecuRom folder. That last date anything was written to it was 11/10. That last time before that was 4/09. This indicates to me that DA2, is in fact, not using SecuRom. I will be more than happy to provide you a copy of the exported txt file of my SecuRom registry folder if you would like.

BTW, anyone with this game can check for yourself. Just run Regedit and search for "SecuRom"

Edit: And now the guy on RYM is backtracking a little bit. I think its just a release date check, if anything at all. I think this is just a guy trying to drive traffic to his web site.

"My sig said we tested Disk and Impulse version. Steam hasnīt been tested. Iīm not sure if Securom is present on the Steam version"

Edit 2: And Bioware speaks. Nothing to see here...move along.

"Fernando Melo wrote...

The release control software is also made by Sony DADC, the same team that makes securom. But it is not the same product - for instance, it does not install anything etc just as we've stated before. They have the same support site though which is the URL you're seeing."

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79. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 16:07 Dirwulf
 
More news on the SecuRom issue.

"Bad investigation by "Reclaim Your Game". They saw the secuROM NAME, and presumed it was the same, (or a variation on the same) program. Not at all the case. Where, for example, are the notorius "hidden" directories that were at the heart of the secuROM issue in the first place?

That DA2 used a date-dependent release control mechanism, and some people don't like that, is one issue.

That the mechanism was developed by a(n in)famous DRM developer (Sony), is another.

But that the mechanism installed SOMETHING associated with itself in order to function does NOT mean secuROM, the program, was installed. Nor does it mean that anything like secuROM (in purpose or operation) is used in DA2.

But... "Hater's gonna Hate.""

http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/topic/141/index/6194280/26
 
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78. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 15:59 Dirwulf
 
ASeven wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:53:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:50:
ASeven wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:44:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:42:
Dude, its a moot point. If you read my other posts, the disc with SecRom on it is a preview copy, not a retail copy. The retail version does not have SecuRom on it. I do stand to be corrected, however. Like I said, we'll just have to wait and see how this all shakes out, but I believe they used a preview copy. I have the Steam version, so I am unaffected by this.

Read previous post. Securom is present in all retail copies.

Can you even get to the article within the article? It appears the web site reporting this is down?

http://www.reclaimyourgame.com/content.php

Was going to post that, they have gone down, the whole website, soon after news of this broke.

Anyway, googlecache FTW.

They're actually making veiled threats of going to court in their recommendations. Oh wow. This may become really bad for EA.

I wonder if it went down from so many people going there lol? I found a post on the Bioware forums where this guy says EA gave him his money back and a $20 gift code?

Regardless, I'm still having fun playing the game. I think you are right if this is true, this is going to get ugly.

"I went to EA's support chat, they are refunding my money and the gave me 20 dollar gift code, I encourage you all to do the same."

http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/topic/141/index/6194280/23
 
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74. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 15:50 Dirwulf
 
ASeven wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:44:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:42:
Dude, its a moot point. If you read my other posts, the disc with SecRom on it is a preview copy, not a retail copy. The retail version does not have SecuRom on it. I do stand to be corrected, however. Like I said, we'll just have to wait and see how this all shakes out, but I believe they used a preview copy. I have the Steam version, so I am unaffected by this.

Read previous post. Securom is present in all retail copies.

Can you even get to the article within the article? It appears the web site reporting this is down?

http://www.reclaimyourgame.com/content.php
 
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72. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 15:42 Dirwulf
 
ASeven wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:38:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:12:
And here is Blizzard winning a lawsuit for EULA violation...one of many they have won...

http://wow.joystiq.com/2008/07/15/blizzard-wins-lawsuit-against-bot-makers/

Edit: More proof of EULA enforcement and Blizzard winning.

This is 2004 suit that Blizzard filed against the developers of bnetd. One of the interesting points is the court findings starting on page 17 about whether the EULA and TOS were binding contracts. I have been seeing a lot of posts saying they are not, the court ruled that they in fact are legal contracts. This ruling was later upheld under appeal.

http://www.eff.org/IP/Emulation/Blizzard_v_bnetd/20040930BNETDOrder.pdf

Ah the famous WoW bot lawsuits. You do realize that was for a MMORPG and ACti and Blizzard many suits actually present the game as a MMORPG and not a single player or multiplayer game that doesn't have constant connection to their servers? In fact, this ruling only upheld EULAs for MMORPGs if I'm going to nitpick the many Activision lawsuits.

This is different and if EA goes to court due to this you can bet that precedent will be overruled by the 9th circuit or supreme in heartbeat due to what EA has done with this banning and how fragile they've shown consumers are with these EULAs.

And if the EULA's are enforceable, why isn't EA following the orders imposed on them by the many Spore lawsuits that followed, you know, the ones you didn't link that say EULAs have no legal weight for a consumer?

Due to not saying DA2 has SecuROM on his own EULA they now have more to worry than this, they actually broke a court-ordered rule over them and are now in big trouble if someone picks this up.

In before more apologist bullshit and corporate dick sucking.

Dude, its a moot point. If you read my other posts, the disc with SecRom on it is a preview copy, not a retail copy. The retail version does not have SecuRom on it. I do stand to be corrected, however. Like I said, we'll just have to wait and see how this all shakes out, but I believe they used a preview copy. I have the Steam version, so I am unaffected by this.
 
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68. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 15:18 Dirwulf
 
mch wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:04:
This is pretty ridiculous and I predict some massive backpedaling by EA.

In addition, Ars is now reporting that after all their claims, DA2 does in fact include Securom:


If you read the comments, it appears they are using a PREVIEW copy of the game and not a retail copy. The preview copies clearly stated they would have securom on them. We will see where this goes...

Edit: And after reading more comments, it does indeed seem they are using a preview copy and not a retail copy. There is no SecuRom on the retail versions. I have the Steam version, so I can not personally verify this.

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64. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 15:12 Dirwulf
 
ASeven wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 15:03:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 13:45:
While I understand this is a single player game, Blizzard does the same thing. You can get banned in game for a forum post. I'll also argue, like the game companies do, you don't actually "own" the game, you own a license to use it. You agreed to that when you took the shrink wrap off, just like it states on the box, or in the digital license agreement that you checked before your purchase went through.

I agreed to jackshit and anyone who keeps mouthing that EULA's are enforceable should stop sucking corporate dick. EULAs are NOT enforceable, in fact they often go against something that is enforceable, it's called law. What EA has done may actually bring EULAs to a court of law though and I hope they do.

EULA carry no legal weight, plain and simple. Only the simple minded or those lacking any sort of legal knowledge think otherwise, but that's the average gamer.

And here is Blizzard winning a lawsuit for EULA violation...one of many they have won...

http://wow.joystiq.com/2008/07/15/blizzard-wins-lawsuit-against-bot-makers/

Edit: More proof of EULA enforcement and Blizzard winning.

This is 2004 suit that Blizzard filed against the developers of bnetd. One of the interesting points is the court findings starting on page 17 about whether the EULA and TOS were binding contracts. I have been seeing a lot of posts saying they are not, the court ruled that they in fact are legal contracts. This ruling was later upheld under appeal.

http://www.eff.org/IP/Emulation/Blizzard_v_bnetd/20040930BNETDOrder.pdf

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48. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 14:31 Dirwulf
 
Verno wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 14:14:
They ban people from singleplayer Starcraft though, which is undoubtedly the main draw for some people. I know I played through the campaign and then uninstalled.

Can you be more specific SV? I thought you could still play offline, you would just lose access to achievements. Blizzard usually doesn't ban an entire battle.net account, they ban on a game by game basis IIRC. Obviously there are exceptions for fraud/RMT/etc.

I'm not sure this is exactly what you are looking for Verno, but any cheating in the single player game gets you banned. There are tons of articles on it if you Google it, I just picked one.

http://tinyurl.com/4touapz
 
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34. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 13:45 Dirwulf
 
ASeven wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 13:34:
Dirwulf wrote on Mar 11, 2011, 13:29:
I think people are missing something in the article. He wasn't directly banned by EA for his post. Another customer clicked on the REPORT POST button, and EA followed up on the report.

It is in their disclosure that if you break the rules, you could get banned.

How about follow the rules, don't be an asshat, and you won't get banned? The guy even said he should have been banned. He AGREED with EA. He just thought it was strange he can't play his single player game. Now while that is a little strange, if you can't do the time, don't do the crime :P.

You can't expect a newspaper to publish your opinion piece if it doesn't comply with the rules of the newspaper. Why would anyone reasonably assume they can post anything they want on someone else's forum.

You're not getting the point at all. Banning people from the forums for forum behavior, go for it. Punish forum posts with forum sanctions. This goes beyond it. This is banning access to games based on a forum post. This is scary, this is wrong, this may set a very bad precedent and I will say it bluntly, any idiot that defends banning games for forum posts is a fucking retard.

While I understand this is a single player game, Blizzard does the same thing. You can get banned in game for a forum post. I'll also argue, like the game companies do, you don't actually "own" the game, you own a license to use it. You agreed to that when you took the shrink wrap off, just like it states on the box, or in the digital license agreement that you checked before your purchase went through.
 
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24. Re: EA Forum Ban Prevents Game Access? Mar 11, 2011, 13:29 Dirwulf
 
I think people are missing something in the article. He wasn't directly banned by EA for his post. Another customer clicked on the REPORT POST button, and EA followed up on the report.

It is in their disclosure that if you break the rules, you could get banned.

How about follow the rules, don't be an asshat, and you won't get banned? The guy even said he should have been banned. He AGREED with EA. He just thought it was strange he can't play his single player game. Now while that is a little strange, if you can't do the time, don't do the crime :P.

You can't expect a newspaper to publish your opinion piece if it doesn't comply with the rules of the newspaper. Why would anyone reasonably assume they can post anything they want on someone else's forum.
 
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