His twitter isn't run by WB.
He promised same experience for both PC and Console players. We on PC never got that. I don't really care if it's WB or NRS or Ed. They are all disrespecting more than 500k ppl that paid for crappy, unfinished product with no support.
Plus he should just shut the fuck up and stop making things even worse with his childish behaviour and trolling online.
Was it WB who accessed his Twitter account and blatantly trolled the PC fanbase over the lack of support?
What a slap in the face.
What a crappy company.
I don't get it. Stay silent on this whole thing, sure. But to go out and troll people you're screwing over? Fuck that.
Okay, back to being dead to me on PC.
This is my train of thought and in the correct order.
Yep, MK was my first fighting game. I bought MK1-MK10 and never felt so disrespected before when I decided to get it for PC for the best experience. Even if he does release MK XL for pc, he's lost a fan for life. Then again, why should he care if he already have the console sales.
I honestly don't think any game has ever made me feel robbed more than MKX, I legit feel like they stole my money it was so broken and unfit for purpose so I'm really pissed at this clown, it's a shame Steam refunds weren't a thing back then.
They were, sort of. After Valve implemented the refund system, for the first month or so, just about every refund request was approved precisely because most users previously had no recourse. Here's one MKX example, just to rub salt in the wound.
You could try submitting a refund request and explain the situation, stressing the fact that the game has been abandoned. The primary conditions aren't exactly set in stone specifically to account for special situations such as this.
This will certainly be interesting. We will now find out if SFV becoming super big in the tournament scene because of cash money or people really love the game...cause now there's a new challenger in town offering similar amount of cash money.
Your post made me wonder, is this 500k offered up in direct response to SFV's poor release and the hope a fiercely competitive MK tournament scene will build its profile and convince more people to take it seriously?