EA's crappy maths is ruining this Event!! (rant)
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I completely agree with you! What you said was clear without even the math behind it, but at least this will shut people up about not knowing for sure! All I keep thinking is has some lunatic taking over the studio with this update. I seriously hope they fix this soon because I can see even those **** kissers complaining before this events end...
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So of course they are going to make the odds far out so that you need to buy donuts and put more money in their pockets.
Even if EA had to price gouge us into buying donuts, at least let us have our decorations without the absurd prize boxes!
Hell if people hadn't made a big deal about how unfair that wheel was half of the people who cleared the wheel would've been one or two good prizes short of having everything... So please do tell who is everyone? :roll:
They will last just fine. People whine on this forum no matter what EA does, so how will it make any difference? From what I can see, EA's only "mistake" is giving us as players TOO MANY available free prizes to get them all without spending donuts. This is quite possibly in response to the complaining during the Valentine's Day event about getting many multiples of the same items after the wheel was cleared, i.e. that there were TOO FEW prizes for the length of the event. Given the vast differences in how people play this game, there is no way to get it just right for everyone, is there?
I miss the "old" days with whacking day and treehouse of horror (they even gave us donuts back then)
Also, 180 Donuts for Crazy Cat Lady? Lmfao. I love their pricing. Hahahaha.
couldn't have said it better.
These chance based prizes are f***ing annoying and disturbing
Would rather much prefer personal prizes like past events as well as community prizes
EA is a multi million if not multi billion dollar company. They will be fine. Trust me. They got so many other games they make lots of money on, not just this one.
Daily players with close to 100 friends, which I imagine describes most people on this forum, were mostly done well ahead of time. That's assuming competence on their part though, which in this case I guess there's room for doubt. Define a "tiny percent" of players that managed to complete it.
Do you go to carnivals and cry because you have to pay money for a chance to win an ugly stuffed toy? Do you expect to win the lottery if you never buy a ticket? So what makes you think you're entitled to be given every item at every event?
Even if everything was easy to win, you'd still be in here complaining that the event was boring, or that you have 12 Shary Bobbins clogging up your inventory.
Just think of all the gold box items as premium items that cost donuts and then you'll be thankful to even have an opportunity to get any of them without paying.
Welcome to the generation of self-entitlement.