This is a game that I pay $10 every month to play. That is basically what I'm paying for Gamefly or Netflix. The most conservative guesses would have the current GD 2.0 engine bringing in roughly $2,000 monthly, and that is at an all time low for Gridiron Dynasty. Why are we getting such vague references to such minor updates to this Beta engine? This is unbelievable.
I'm not one to post very often on this, or any other forum, because I just assumed that the kinks would eventually be worked out and the game would begin to run more smoothly, but this is getting ridiculous. Each time I glance over this board it seems that the input and information from the game developers is becoming more and more rare. What the hell happened to the original guy who was working on this game? At least he was keeping the customer base clued in to what was going on in the way of changes or ideas to the current engine. As of now this board is absolutely dead and the game itself is completely stagnant. When the beta first opened there was a considerable amount of excitement among the GD customers, but that has completely died.
As I said, I am still paying good money to play this game, if the product is dead or has been given up on, I would appreciate being clued in to that fact. Hell I may as well start using that money for World of Warcraft or something similar. At least there I will know that my monthly fee will at a minimum be paying for quality customer service. I literally cannot believe how paying customers are being treated in this bizarre cyber world. This is a business that has the potential to easily make $40,000 annually with just the smallest amount of attention paid to the product being released to the public.
All you have to do is make the better team win just slightly more than they do in the current 2.0 engine and the majority of people will be happy. Focus exclusively on that and then you can patch all of the other BS later. Do something, and just let people know that you care. The game is dying and no one at WIS seems to give a ****.