- Aug 24, 2019
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That's a pretty harsh way of putting it, without knowing what's going on, or went on, behind the scenes, or even being certain to what degree the pessimistic ones here (like me) will be proven correct or thoroughly disproven.Why are you doing some damage control for those liars?
I despise the team who made MZ, when I pre-ordered (before cancelling now), I wanted a new shiny engine and not a Frankenstein of MV engine.
I'm shattered in 1.000.000.000 pieces, really.
If you're not certain the RMZ is what you want, cancel the preorder, I never preordered to begin with. (I don't do preorders. Period.)
Disliking the team is a pretty big thing, though, that's easy to say in the heat of the moment, but I don't think is something you actually mean when you think about it.
In every project, even one that isn't some big triple A business, there's often a lot of internal discussion & compromise making, and I'm fairly sure there are at least a couple of people in the team (not just the NA team, the JAP, too) who, behind the scenes tried to convince the decision makers to put more into the engine.
You don't see that from the outside, but it's often there.
That's why I actually don't look for someone to dislike or to "hold responsible" for the "possible disappointment", I don't need scapegoats or someone to tar and feather. I'm just a bit drained & disappointed, but I would neither blame any of the NA team, nor even all of the JAP team.
As a fellow disappointed person, my suggestion is cancel your preorder if you aren't sure you want it (which is what everyone in 2020 should know. Don't preorder unless you're 200% certain), and see what happens post release.
Touchfuzzy isn't wrong when he says we didn't yet see all of the code (we only saw a small part), and perhaps my doubts will be proven wrong and it turns out I was a silly fool for every doubting RMZ.
I'd love for that to happen, but we'll see.