KIXEYE CM Swag wrote: »
We have been closely monitoring and reading feedback provided on the event. A big thanks to everyone that has provided constructive comments.
Based on your requests and from what we have seen in the event, we have raised the amount of resources that drops from the Typhoons to allow players to repair their fleets.
We will continue to monitor activity and player feedback throughout the duration of the event. Have fun!
501st wrote: »
. . . . . . . . I like playing the game but the bullshit issues are enough already, i know your programmers are University of India drop outs but come on what are you paying then 2 bucks a day. problems and glitches NEVER gt fixed. and update your battle computer out of the 1980's 8086 system
BIG_COUNTRY wrote: »
Swag Im not sure if your aware but here in sec 229 the res have not increased. Dont post to forums if you have not made the changes. lvl 28= 7 mil res lvl 25= 3.2 mil res. Has been this way the whole raid and is still the same.
UncleMike wrote: »
My favorite quotation from this entire glitch filled Storm Warning raid event. And I could not agree more. The same glitches were around for the weeks preceding the event and Kixeye completely ignored its many protesting customers and did NOTHING to prepare its overloaded servers. Most successful businesses strive to please their customers and work to increase their customer base. But not Kixeye.
The Kixeye company motto is "The customer is always wrong."
Chad Morrill wrote: »
can you please fix the points they give out?? can you actually make it so people can get prizes without coining?!?
dioricx wrote: »
why is it that my Autobanked resources in not working well? I have 30M autobanked per hour then i just got 65M when i play after 1 day. Plz resolce this cause we are entering in the war now..thanks
Plz give me the lost resources plz..we are at war now..the enemy are strong then i need to help my Alliance.
RAPTOR 94 wrote: »
thanks for listening but the bigger issue was the jank point value system. waayyy to low
thermopyle wrote: »
your so full of crap. proper planning WITH PREVIOUS RAID PRIZES. not everyone has strikers like us to kill 28's and up. if you dont and are working with SWS or SS or whatever you have you get raped on resources repairing. or you can use levis or the bigger ships but then you have to coin your **** off because they sit in repair forever.
USN Submarine Vet wrote: »
Simply put, you don't know how to play the game. I hear a lot of talk on these forums about how to hit base, how to hit fleet to fleet, and the only time that a raid is mentioned, is when it is close by. I, and my crew are ALWAYS preparing for the next raid. 2 of my crewmates were able to win the Strike Cruiser when they had only been playing for 3 weeks in game. Yes, i absolutely taught them what i knew, and that is how they were able to do it. They did it with Battle Barges. This raid was doable to win the Dreadknot X with battle barges, you just don't understand the long game. That's why they added another day to this raid, it was 5 days fo christs sake. All you people are crying on the first day, about resources, because you don't know how to plan a ship build, and were using instant repair Seawolves and other ships of that size. Simply put, your more worried about base hits, than you are events, and that is why it is more expensive for you.
So absolutely, if i am putting in the work all the time with my ship builds, and my planning for the next event, it's going to be easy for me and my crew. So what's your excuse now?
KIXEYE CM Swag wrote: »
I think that would leave the door open to abuse. I can foresee players turtling and actually avoiding the Typhoon just to rack up points. Thanks for the suggestion though.
zzubisback wrote: »
Im assuming this is to make up for the fact that 100,000 players left BP last month alone.