I know I posted this in a comment, but here's the blog entry anyways.
by, 4th September 2013 at 02:28 AM (379 Views)
People are entitled to have their own opinions. Some of the new features of the upcoming games can be a disappointment to some people. There would also be people who feel indifferent about the feature. There would be people who feel skeptical and unsure, and there would be people who feel the new feature is unnecessary and wish GF used the memory space on improving something else. Then there are people who are happy about the new feature, and hyper about it as well. There are people who change opinions over time, so nothing's ever definite.
It's also natural to feel mad when someone doesn't have the same opinion as you, and it's okay to get frustrated when they either say they're disappointed and/or ridicule that new feature you are so excited about.
However, that doesn't mean you should go around accusing them for being purists just because you're mad after reading their opinion. That just proves you are simply not accepting any opinions and are refusing to know what other people think and are only doing a job trying to justifying yourself that you and you alone are right.
Here's a huge reminder: THE GAMES ARE NOT OUT YET. Nobody knows what the new features will be like in reality, and all we've seen are the trailers and the scans of magazines and some announcements on a broadcasting program. Nobody has ever touched the games just yet, so nobody can say anything definite about the features - no one has the authority to 'officialize' features as one definition. Thus, all opinions are accepted as well as speculations and feelings about the features.
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