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  1. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    ID rather be able to loot properly in smoke and not have it all grind to a halt lol before getting my 1080p
  2. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Sorry in part, this is where we are going to have to agree to disagree on the DLC, as i believe now a days, a company when making a game has a focus on where they can insert microtransactions within the title or DLC whether it be on release or further down the road, when the attention should be on the game first and formorst. This is where i think Bungee failed as it was about " lets give them just 50% of the game on release, then charge DLC for 30% and hell after a year do a season 2 and charge for the other 20%. As for strikes i agree doesnt make any difference. I work in the public sector and a civil servant and frequently hear about proposed strikes. When i do i sometimes cringe as imagine if you strike and everything runs fine without issue. This could then pose the question... Do we actually need him/her or them!! councils always trying to save money! I did see that picture of someone tweeting IGN - I bet IGN are laughing all the way to their free Xbox and DLC and playing on their free limited edition controller! They are not going to be bothered about some salty tweet threatening to strike. When i first read PUBG strike i thought it was another mode coming next week!
  3. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Great model though... poor games. The best thing to happen to them was idSoftware on the early days before iD had sense! lol
  4. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Yeah im missing PC - Except when i see the cost these days. Unfortunately i fell fowl to destiny 2 - talked into it by my mates, and all i got was a rehash of destiny 1 and DLC that lasted 5 minutes and could and should have been part of the main game. Its almost like the APOGEE model (Scott Miller look at the history of iDsoftware on youtube think its a machinima vid) where they gave you so much and then you had to pay for the remainder of the game.
  5. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    the reason It wasnt toxic because it was about the games, not the DLC and microtransactions! Imagine if Quake 3 's mods and maps were microtransactions .... Woahhh thats some serious quidditch! Thank God it wasnt lol...
  6. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Understand that and dont disagree - but the point im trying to make here is some form of engagement - Event the weekly posts that started are no longer weekly!! A Hi im alive post would be nice so we know the person is real. and replies to at least 1 would be cool! If posting was a K/D based on the days they here im not even sure if its a 0.6 KD lol
  7. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    So if you was on IRC as well, surely you had more engagement from the reps within there. Sometimes it seems that forums have taken a step backwards as its alot easier to hide away
  8. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Hearing something sometimes would be better than nothing at all, thats why a 1 night only live chat interact with the devs and community reps would be so beneficial to everyone! In my line of work, i have to attend alot of meetings, however i recognise how important it is to visit the shop floor and engage with my customers. If i was a public liaison officer/manager and i didnt engage or liaise then i would expect people to be questioning me along the lines of WTF is your purpose then!
  9. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Theres moderators on this forum and theres a community manager. The Mods engage brilliantly and clean up the posts, however the same cannot be said for said community manager, so you need to differentiate here. Theres great examples of community managers and if you was around during the Quake Era and being involved with it, you would see - Quake was just as big as this game and had even more community engagement by players and developers As i posted in the Strike category 2 hours ago, Flexeh said: They will not be bothered about you going on strike. If anything the servers will run better with less people on so its a win win for them. What you should be doing is calling these "community managers" out to engage more with the players. a Live chat where the DEV team and community managers engage and answer peoples questions and acknowledge issues should be one of the first steps. However that too wont happen, i rarely see a post by the community managers unless its in the forum where you cannot respond. This whole FixPUBG is a mere promotional stunt rather than actually doing it. Remember guys we dont seem to get a fix unless the PC team has fixed it first and then its copied and pasted over to Xbox. I do have to take my hat off to @Andymh5 as hes always active and I see him respond to alot of things, however unfortuantely hes just a small cog overall, its about time the bigger cogs come in and engage. Does anyone know what Oreoree's job actually is? because as a Xbox community manager 59 posts in 4 months is terrible! I recall the good old Quake days - either emailing in or having a discussion on mIRC Quakenet with representatives of iDSoftware about the progression of the game. The great thing is they responded to you and answered the questions. on IRC it was one guy Syncerror who engaged with everyone as he was the "Community Manager". Im fairly sure i have an email somewhere i recieved from one of the top guys there too - Tim Willits. Thats my 2 pence anyway
  10. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Is this when the country unites in silence coming down from a serious hangover as a result of the sessioning that is OKTOBERFEST. My brothers there at the moment, hes purposelyt gone to drink... Im happy at my local wetherspoons
  11. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    seriously though thats terrible engagement with the community. Especially as your title alludes to being a community manager. The first question should be...what community are you engaging? because it isnt this one.
  12. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    ok thats a bit random.... I guess its over my head as i didnt see anything remotely funny in that. please explain so i can join in with the laugh
  13. Flexeh

    The Anti-Strike

    Guessing the Sanhok event pass they have paid for runs out. Ive put my 2 pence in there - Striking isnt going to do anything and is stupid tbh. We should be focusing on getting better community representation and engagement from the dedicated Xbox HQ Community Manager - who has only 59 posts in 4/5 months. Theres people on here who help people daily and hit that amount.
  14. Flexeh

    PUBG STRIKE EVENT OCT 3RD

    They will not be bothered about you going on strike. If anything the servers will run better with less people on so its a win win for them. What you should be doing is calling these "community managers" out to engage more with the players. a Live chat where the DEV team and community managers engage and answer peoples questions and acknowledge issues should be one of the first steps. However that too wont happen, i rarely see a post by the community managers unless its in the forum where you cannot respond. This whole FixPUBG is a mere promotional stunt rather than actually doing it. Remember guys we dont seem to get a fix unless the PC team has fixed it first and then its copied and pasted over to Xbox. I do have to take my hat off to @Andymh5 as hes always active and I see him respond to alot of things, however unfortuantely hes just a small cog overall, its about time the bigger cogs come in and engage. Does anyone know what Oreoree's job actually is? because as a Xbox community manager 59 posts in 4 months is terrible! I recall the good old Quake days - either emailing in or having a discussion on mIRC Quakenet with representatives of iDSoftware about the progression of the game. The great thing is they responded to you and answered the questions. on IRC it was one guy Syncerror who engaged with everyone as he was the "Community Manager". Im fairly sure i have an email somewhere i recieved from one of the top guys there too - Tim Willits. Thats my 2 pence anyway
  15. Was stood in a shed with my team and one started dancing. So it had to be done!! https://xboxdvr.com/gamer/flexehuk/video/60978810
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