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An Update on Gameplay Feedback + Action Plan

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  • jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    Honestly, this tuner is going to make this game boring to me. I might welcome the increased speed, but I never liked the bumps from behind initiated by 5'7 players or the high body/ skate collisions. Funny thing is, I have always adjusted to the state of the game, why cannot people on this forum do the same?

    Because when I have expectations that come with an annual $90 price tag, I would like some of those expectations to come to life from time to time, ya know?

    You don't have an opinion more valid than someone else's just because you overpaid by 30 bucks

    And where did you get the idea I think my opinion is more valid than someone else?

    We could have the same conversation for the umpteenth time or we could talk about why a video game I get for 60 bucks costs you 90. I've seen people say they paid 90 before.

    Do they sell a platinum edition?

    In Canada a game is $79.99 plus taxes, which amounts to $91.27 for me.
  • jiajji wrote: »
    Oh, well you can't tack government money onto what you expect from a product lol, you gotta apply that toward what you expect from your government.

    I wonder if I pay more for the show...

    I can tack any expense I want. In the end, it is $91 out of my pocket. Seeing as you have your own view and opinion, I'll do the same and tack on the taxes. Thanks.
  • jimmo52
    73 posts Member
    edited January 17
    Honestly, this tuner is going to make this game boring to me. I might welcome the increased speed, but I never liked the bumps from behind initiated by 5'7 players or the high body/ skate collisions. Funny thing is, I have always adjusted to the state of the game, why cannot people on this forum do the same?

    I also can adapt to any tuner, but it's way better if it was the best representation of real hockey. When you are next to a player of same level of skill and he just slide out of contact as if there was butter on each player, it's not really realistic. The brain will expect some physics to apply in the game but so many times, it does nothing like the real life. So when it happens, you may be late in poke or position, etc.

    Also, saying that we only need to adapt is like saying EA can do whatever they want, whether it is smart or not and the customer just need to shut up and play whatever is given.
  • jiajji wrote: »
    Oh, well you can't tack government money onto what you expect from a product lol, you gotta apply that toward what you expect from your government.

    I wonder if I pay more for the show...

    I can tack any expense I want. In the end, it is $91 out of my pocket. Seeing as you have your own view and opinion, I'll do the same and tack on the taxes. Thanks.

    May as well figure in the cost of heating your house while you play it then lol
  • jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    Oh, well you can't tack government money onto what you expect from a product lol, you gotta apply that toward what you expect from your government.

    I wonder if I pay more for the show...

    I can tack any expense I want. In the end, it is $91 out of my pocket. Seeing as you have your own view and opinion, I'll do the same and tack on the taxes. Thanks.

    May as well figure in the cost of heating your house while you play it then lol

    When you are doing your monthly budget and calculate the cost of your car, do you calculate it before, or after taxes? Do you also calculate insurance premiums and gas in that budget? Why would you calculate taxes, insurance and gas? That money out of your pocket has nothing to do with the dealer....

    So I take it you don't calculate any of this and wonder why every month you are missing $350 and can't figure out where it's going, because, it can't be the cost of the car, right? Car is only $389 a month before taxes.... You would make a great accountant.

    Sigh. Why don't you find something constructive to talk about so that we may, you know, have an interesting debate and maybe learn something?

  • jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    Oh, well you can't tack government money onto what you expect from a product lol, you gotta apply that toward what you expect from your government.

    I wonder if I pay more for the show...

    I can tack any expense I want. In the end, it is $91 out of my pocket. Seeing as you have your own view and opinion, I'll do the same and tack on the taxes. Thanks.

    May as well figure in the cost of heating your house while you play it then lol

    When you are doing your monthly budget and calculate the cost of your car, do you calculate it before, or after taxes? Do you also calculate insurance premiums and gas in that budget? Why would you calculate taxes, insurance and gas? That money out of your pocket has nothing to do with the dealer....

    So I take it you don't calculate any of this and wonder why every month you are missing $350 and can't figure out where it's going, because, it can't be the cost of the car, right? Car is only $389 a month before taxes.... You would make a great accountant.

    Sigh. Why don't you find something constructive to talk about so that we may, you know, have an interesting debate and maybe learn something?

    Of course you count taxes toward your budget, but when you go to purchas a car you don't negotiate the taxes, do you? You don't say "never doing business there again, their taxes are outrageous".

    There are two seperate values there, one is market driven and what you put up against preceived value and the other pays for your teeth to be cleaned, or whatever makes Canada awesome.
  • VeNOM2099 wrote: »
    $79.99 is $91.97 with taxes here in Quebec. It may vary (slightly) between provinces. For example in Ontario the total with taxes would be $90.39.

    Alberta only has the 5% gst. So only 83.99 for us. But alberta is the exception, so I guess I should consider myself lucky. I'd move out of any province with pst or HST. But that's a discussion for a different day lol.
  • jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    Oh, well you can't tack government money onto what you expect from a product lol, you gotta apply that toward what you expect from your government.

    I wonder if I pay more for the show...

    I can tack any expense I want. In the end, it is $91 out of my pocket. Seeing as you have your own view and opinion, I'll do the same and tack on the taxes. Thanks.

    May as well figure in the cost of heating your house while you play it then lol

    When you are doing your monthly budget and calculate the cost of your car, do you calculate it before, or after taxes? Do you also calculate insurance premiums and gas in that budget? Why would you calculate taxes, insurance and gas? That money out of your pocket has nothing to do with the dealer....

    So I take it you don't calculate any of this and wonder why every month you are missing $350 and can't figure out where it's going, because, it can't be the cost of the car, right? Car is only $389 a month before taxes.... You would make a great accountant.

    Sigh. Why don't you find something constructive to talk about so that we may, you know, have an interesting debate and maybe learn something?

    Of course you count taxes toward your budget, but when you go to purchas a car you don't negotiate the taxes, do you? You don't say "never doing business there again, their taxes are outrageous".

    There are two seperate values there, one is market driven and what you put up against preceived value and the other pays for your teeth to be cleaned, or whatever makes Canada awesome.

    And there you have it. I count $91 out of my budget when I buy a video game because it is $91 out for the rest of my expenses. It is completely irrelevant what percentage of that $91 goes to who. And I don't know where you get that I negotiate taxes from, regardless if it is a car or a game, or a pack of gum. It is nothing more than the total amount out of my pocket.

    The more you know (insert shooting star).
  • jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    Oh, well you can't tack government money onto what you expect from a product lol, you gotta apply that toward what you expect from your government.

    I wonder if I pay more for the show...

    I can tack any expense I want. In the end, it is $91 out of my pocket. Seeing as you have your own view and opinion, I'll do the same and tack on the taxes. Thanks.

    May as well figure in the cost of heating your house while you play it then lol

    When you are doing your monthly budget and calculate the cost of your car, do you calculate it before, or after taxes? Do you also calculate insurance premiums and gas in that budget? Why would you calculate taxes, insurance and gas? That money out of your pocket has nothing to do with the dealer....

    So I take it you don't calculate any of this and wonder why every month you are missing $350 and can't figure out where it's going, because, it can't be the cost of the car, right? Car is only $389 a month before taxes.... You would make a great accountant.

    Sigh. Why don't you find something constructive to talk about so that we may, you know, have an interesting debate and maybe learn something?

    Of course you count taxes toward your budget, but when you go to purchas a car you don't negotiate the taxes, do you? You don't say "never doing business there again, their taxes are outrageous".

    There are two seperate values there, one is market driven and what you put up against preceived value and the other pays for your teeth to be cleaned, or whatever makes Canada awesome.

    And there you have it. I count $91 out of my budget when I buy a video game because it is $91 out for the rest of my expenses. It is completely irrelevant what percentage of that $91 goes to who. And I don't know where you get that I negotiate taxes from, regardless if it is a car or a game, or a pack of gum. It is nothing more than the total amount out of my pocket.

    The more you know (insert shooting star).
    Aaaaaand back to the topic? :D
  • jiajji
    318 posts Member
    edited January 18
    jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    jiajji wrote: »
    Oh, well you can't tack government money onto what you expect from a product lol, you gotta apply that toward what you expect from your government.

    I wonder if I pay more for the show...

    I can tack any expense I want. In the end, it is $91 out of my pocket. Seeing as you have your own view and opinion, I'll do the same and tack on the taxes. Thanks.

    May as well figure in the cost of heating your house while you play it then lol

    When you are doing your monthly budget and calculate the cost of your car, do you calculate it before, or after taxes? Do you also calculate insurance premiums and gas in that budget? Why would you calculate taxes, insurance and gas? That money out of your pocket has nothing to do with the dealer....

    So I take it you don't calculate any of this and wonder why every month you are missing $350 and can't figure out where it's going, because, it can't be the cost of the car, right? Car is only $389 a month before taxes.... You would make a great accountant.

    Sigh. Why don't you find something constructive to talk about so that we may, you know, have an interesting debate and maybe learn something?

    Of course you count taxes toward your budget, but when you go to purchas a car you don't negotiate the taxes, do you? You don't say "never doing business there again, their taxes are outrageous".

    There are two seperate values there, one is market driven and what you put up against preceived value and the other pays for your teeth to be cleaned, or whatever makes Canada awesome.

    And there you have it. I count $91 out of my budget when I buy a video game because it is $91 out for the rest of my expenses. It is completely irrelevant what percentage of that $91 goes to who. And I don't know where you get that I negotiate taxes from, regardless if it is a car or a game, or a pack of gum. It is nothing more than the total amount out of my pocket.

    The more you know (insert shooting star).

    Your taxes for gum are not applied to the value of the gum. Ergo, if you pay 3 for gum and 2 of it is tax you don't suppose the quality would be that of 3 dollar gum, it would be 1 dollar gum. But you're right about needing to afford taxes, it's just that the point is irrelevant
  • jaguar299
    1 posts New member
    edited March 1
    To my wonderful friends at EA Sports.. just when you had the game manageable and half asked playable. You just had to put all the bull crap back in.. do you think us long time players can not see this? I have played every version of this game since its inception on various platforms. But this year I've finally had enough. Why must you continue to cater to a select few in this game. You had your feedback for most part it was working all the crap was out but alas new update download and waka. Protect puck ba k you cant touch or knock anyone off puck. More bull crap cheese back in that everyone wanted out or turned down.. did the so called game changers cry to much that there YouTube viewership was down or they couldnt circke around like heroes? And score waiting for a ai or human to slightly give an opening for a easy goal ? Hell I just wait them out and frustrate them and take my shots when they get made of it works. But this isnt hockey. Hockey is fast paced move the puck checking good defensive plays. Not this rag the puck crap.. after all these years of hoping and praying you would do the right thing I'm done with this game. I really hope 2k sports cones out with hockey again I'll be first in line I'm sure it will more enjoyable.
    Post edited by Socair on
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