PukenDog posted on Jul 11, 2009 4:18:54 PM - Report post
CH, If you had said something about the upcomming patch, I don't think it would have been mentioned 37 times. Try replying. Customers of ETW don't have control over these little Steam/CA patches. I thought that was rude. I have made a complaint to Sega, about there update methods.
PWizard posted on Jul 11, 2009 6:12:17 PM - Report post
I apologize if I came off rude, but in addition to the 37 topics on the board, I also have about 1000 emails from people mostly not asking, but DEMANDING that the new trainer be released no more than 5 minutes after an insignificant, unannounced hotfix is pumped out by the publishers. Now, we can spend all day replying to all these topics and emails with a "no idea, we have to look at it first" or we can actually work on getting the new trainer done. Please realize that we have to examine 15+ options, locate the changed code, test and package. It's not a 5 minute process, especially when there are multiple other patches that must be worked on simultaneously.
Chris O'Rorke (firstname.lastname@example.org) Co-Founder: Cheat Happens.com
stubbles posted on Jul 11, 2009 8:03:28 PM - Report post
I'm well aware of the difficulties associated with programming trainers, since I'm the one making the games ^_^
I've only been trying to inform people of the patch status. I'm looking forward to the new trainer, whenever you guys get a round to doing it. It's fun to extend a products life while enjoying new ways to play it.
Poblagonell posted on Jul 12, 2009 4:04:13 AM - Report post
originally posted by Dhampy
PWhiz can come off a tad dismissive, but the staff here work very hard; as evidenced by the sheer volume of trainers which they release.
Given the circumstances I admire and respect the mans restraint.
PukenDog posted on Jul 12, 2009 5:15:51 AM - Report post
CH, Sorry. I did not know about the 1000 rude e-mails. Maybe if those 1000 e-mails were sent to Sega informing them of there patching system going on at Steam, how anything can be sent into their computer as long as Steam is online w/no control and no rollback, other than complete uninstall, I think it would be anger well directed. Hire more people, there are plenty of talented people who need jobs. Other than that, CH does a good job of generating trainers. I have no regrets.
wolf_00 posted on Jul 12, 2009 7:10:15 AM - Report post
I think everyone should upset with the method that SEGA made their update. CH are doing their best to satisfying us with trainer. I do not blame them for the delays since these SEGA guys are not welling to stop updating the game. I believe their managers did not send them in a holiday this summer that reason why we see a lot of updates coming through on weekly basis. If anyone has anything to say he should say it to SEGA in my opinion with the idiot innovation steam.