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  • A sad time for HoC.

    It saddens me to see this game that I have enjoyed continue to dissapoint people. With all the issues that people are practically begging to have resolved, what does kabam do? Give us a new bugged update without resolving any of the things we have been asking about for several months now. Why? Because kabam can make money giving us this update. They can't make money fixing any of the issues we have been experiencing for quite sometime. The people who have been playing faithfully for well over a year plus are losing interest and faith in kabam's ability to actually address the major issues that have plagued us for quite some time. The new people who are joining have no clue what we have been through. I feel sorry for them. My days here are numbered. It's so hard to feel appreciated as a player and consumer, when kabam shows very little interest in what we want and need. It is a slap in our faces , and is not appreciated.

  • #2
    I am an oldie and I still enjoy playing. About 90% of the suggestions that people make all have their own agenda in mind, and it would make HOC a totally different game. If that is the case people need to find different games because this one is obviously not for them. People keep trying to make clones out of 5 other games. There are things that do need to get updated more often but that doesn't change the game. Kabam could minimise cheating by doing random reset of game through events at random times. I think that he non cheater would get irritated at first until they learned what was up.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by missdemeanor1 View Post
      I am an oldie and I still enjoy playing. About 90% of the suggestions that people make all have their own agenda in mind, and it would make HOC a totally different game. If that is the case people need to find different games because this one is obviously not for them. People keep trying to make clones out of 5 other games. There are things that do need to get updated more often but that doesn't change the game. Kabam could minimise cheating by doing random reset of game through events at random times. I think that he non cheater would get irritated at first until they learned what was up.
      I don't want to sound rude but :
      A) Removing/Banning cheaters doesn't make it a new game
      B) Adding 5 new cities doesn't make it a new game
      C) Adding few more cards to the carleaon exchange doesn't make it a new game
      D) Having global arena doesn't make it a new game and we were promised the global arena at the beginning of this year and we haven't seen another glitch less working global arena.

      Improving / fixing the glitches doesn't make it a new game.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Fatality1994 View Post
        I don't want to be sound as rude but :
        A) Removing/Banning cheaters doesn't make it a new game
        B) Adding 5 new cities doesn't make it a new game
        C) Adding few more cards to the carleaon exchange doesn't make it a new game
        D) Having global arena doesn't make it a new game and we were promised the global at the beginning of this year and we haven't seen another glitch less working global arena.

        Improving / fixing the glitches doesn't make it a new game.
        Totally. When I turned to other games for some time, I was surprised I could HOC's bugs for such a long time. Maybe we are just being too nice.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Fatality1994 View Post
          I don't want to be sound as rude but :
          A) Removing/Banning cheaters doesn't make it a new game
          B) Adding 5 new cities doesn't make it a new game
          C) Adding few more cards to the carleaon exchange doesn't make it a new game
          D) Having global arena doesn't make it a new game and we were promised the global at the beginning of this year and we haven't seen another glitch less working global arena.

          Improving / fixing the glitches doesn't make it a new game.
          so right

          because Heroes of Camelot died.

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          • #6
            What y'all are saying is keeping the game as is just speeding up the process. What I am talking about is the 1000's of suggestions. Like card trading, endless events, removing or toning cards abilities, and so on...

            Since banning actual hackers is so hard for Kabam they should do what is suggested random reset. I watched it mess up a few people last event when it happened once.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by missdemeanor1 View Post
              What y'all are saying is keeping the game as is just speeding up the process. What I am talking about is the 1000's of suggestions. Like card trading, endless events, removing or toning cards abilities, and so on...

              Since banning actual hackers is so hard for Kabam they should do what is suggested random reset. I watched it mess up a few people last event when it happened once.
              The OP, as far as I understand is concerned about and I quote "major issues that has plagued us ". Which I feel refers to all the points I said above. I don't feel cc is talking about endless events or card trading in this particular thread. And you are also suggesting how to tackle with cheaters which is good and I appreciate your opinion

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              • #8
                This is the last thing Kabam wants to hear, but.. I find if you stop spending money on the game and just play things for what they are it is more enjoyable.

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                • #9
                  it's not dead... new people are coming in and guys with a lot of money are keeping the game alive

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Noob_5Q9HFJG View Post
                    it's not dead... new people are coming in and guys with a lot of money are keeping the game alive
                    Agreed.
                    This game will never die. It will die to some, many will quit, but there will always be more that get pulled in, seduced and bewitched to play and to pay.
                    It's just the way it is.

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                    • #11
                      You know what. I know I've written a lot of complaints but the game has gotten better over the past two years. Sure it's full of bugs but if you can tell me a better game that's the same format and has less bugs than this one tell me and I'll switch. That game has to have the same level of artwork, same fighting systems, and actual events. I've tried many other games out there and the only others that are close to this are the ones modled from this one made by kabam. So either just leave or do what I do and complain and hope things get fixed.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JesusBerlJov View Post
                        Agreed.
                        This game will never die. It will die to some, many will quit, but there will always be more that get pulled in, seduced and bewitched to play and to pay.
                        It's just the way it is.
                        Less and less.

                        I play in an open realm. 2 months ago we had close to 700-750 people in the weekly arena. Now we had 419 in the last Scorched Arena.
                        They are losing players, even in open realms. That's a fact.

                        As for paying players, If I had to guess, I'd say they are losing more paying players than the ones coming in.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ARREBIMBA View Post
                          Less and less.

                          I play in an open realm. 2 months ago we had close to 700-750 people in the weekly arena. Now we had 419 in the last Scorched Arena.
                          They are losing players, even in open realms. That's a fact.

                          As for paying players, If I had to guess, I'd say they are losing more paying players than the ones coming in.
                          Yes players have left but a new server just opened up the other week.
                          Highs and lows. I'm not saying that the game will ever reach a place where it's thriving and exploding, but trust me it's far from dead.

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                          • #14
                            'It's one of those things where some people's perspectives on the game are based on their experience... but doesn't translate as a whole for the game. It took me a few months to realize that HoC is at its early stage of development. And there is no denying that this game is still one of its kind (which is why its still alive) and I believe it will get more interesting.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Noob_5Q9HFJG View Post
                              'It's one of those things where some people's perspectives on the game are based on their experience... but doesn't translate as a whole for the game. It took me a few months to realize that HoC is at its early stage of development. And there is no denying that this game is still one of its kind (which is why its still alive) and I believe it will get more interesting.
                              I know what you mean, but you described it in the wrong way. What you meant to say is that HoC has A LOT of potential, but it is being overlooked. If you simply take a look at how they deal with their support tickets, you will realize that they have chosen, for whatever reason, to put this game to the side and divide their attention (which I honestly believe they likely have the same developers and GMs for all their games) in between their 350 different games. Whether it's to increase profits or whatever the reason may be, they have failed to realize the potential of the game. I haven't, however, played any of the other Kabam games (except for DoA), but yes, after having stopped playing this game for a year, among many others, HoC is the only that I felt nostalgic to play again and see what had happened to it.

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