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Fix for Glitches and Bugs


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Bantic
01.04.2012 , 06:20 AM | #1
I guarantee that this method will fix all of the glitches and bugs you are experiencing in the game! It's both logical, practical and effective. Patience! No, not sick people. (Definition of PATIENT. 1. : bearing pains or trials calmly or without complaint). Who invented that word anyway?

Well let's get right down to it people. If you have a bug, report it in a calm and organized fashion explaining what you were doing and what happened that you consider to be a bug. Getting angry will only make customer service representative ignore it completely, some, not all. Trust me I've worked customer service. No one wants to help someone who is angry, it's just human nature.

Now sit back and enjoy what parts of the game are working for you and the bug will eventually be fixed! Now time wise there are many factors to consider. First of all programming is haaarrd. It takes many years or education and practice, and there are always new things to learn. If you fix one problem you celebrate! But oh wait, fixing that problem in that way, caused 10 more problems. Back to the drawing board!
Perfection takes time. And as long as people support this game, SWTOR has all the time in the word to become better and better with every passing year.

Some people are upset that the game was released with so many bugs, but look on the opposite side. Many people would be upset if the game wasn't released! Who cares about a couple bugs I just want to enjoy my game! It's simple business strategy to appeal to the masses, think of the backfire if they missed that release date! There will always be bugs, every game will always have bugs. So by saying the game should have none when released is saying the game should never be released.

Patience people, it makes you look more like a dignified and respected person rather than a child throwing a tantrum for not getting their way. Please support the game and watch the glitches and bugs fly away!

Edit: Throwing in a little bit of extra information for people who read this and still want to rage. You agreed to this game, you clicked agree! If you read it and didn't agree why did you agree?? I'm guessing you didn't read it huh? Me either.

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Theidan
01.04.2012 , 06:25 AM | #2
I bought a brand new car yesterday.

It was delivered today.

It had no tyres, the indicators constantly flashed, the seats didnt have any padding so I was sitting on raw metal and the CD Player kept on playing music by Jedward with no off button.

I happily sat in my new car and enjoyed the smell, extremely happy that I had bought a a brand new car with all these problems that were going to get fixed real soon.

It's been 6 months now, so far I have some seat padding..... still waiting on those tyres.

It's okay though, its a brand new car, you expect problems like this right?

RIGHT??
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DashFiss
01.04.2012 , 06:25 AM | #3
Such insight, don't know what I would have done without this post! And patients? Sure ok I'll have patients
"The Force? Oh, it's kinda like duct tape. It has a light side, a dark side, and it holds the universe together!"

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Bantic
01.04.2012 , 06:29 AM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by Theidan View Post
I bought a brand new car yesterday.

It was delivered today.

It had no tyres, the indicators constantly flashed, the seats didnt have any padding so I was sitting on raw metal and the CD Player kept on playing music by Jedward with no off button.

I happily sat in my new car and enjoyed the smell, extremely happy that I had bought a a brand new car with all these problems that were going to get fixed real soon.

It's been 6 months now, so far I have some seat padding..... still waiting on those tyres.

It's okay though, its a brand new car, you expect problems like this right?

RIGHT??
You just compared a car to a video game... are you ok? Do you need to see a therapist? They are completely different things.

Also I'm questioning if you even read my post, as I explained how programming is a unique form of merchandise. There are bugs in EVERYTHING, FOREVER AND ALWAYS. Unless it's some dinky program that does nothing entertaining.

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Theidan
01.04.2012 , 06:33 AM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by Bantic View Post
You just compared a car to a video game... are you ok? Do you need to see a therapist? They are completely different things.
Your obviously not bright enough to understand what an analogy is.
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Bantic
01.04.2012 , 06:35 AM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by Theidan View Post
Your obviously not bright enough to understand what an analogy is.
You're obviously not bright enough to give an accurate analogy.
Cars break down after use.. right? RIGHT?! Your CD is perfectly fine, the game just broke down because you started using it. Think first, post later. kthxbye troll

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Theidan
01.04.2012 , 06:40 AM | #7
I bought it digitally; and your obviously playing a different game in comparison to the rest of us; enjoy your patience, paying to wait is awesome.
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Bantic
01.04.2012 , 06:45 AM | #8
You are obviously in the wrong place my friend! I think your looking for magically fairy land where everything works out perfectly. Welcome to life. If you want games that are less buggy on release, try console. But oh wait! Those have bugs too and get updated, and you have to wait for those updates! Oh snap! Maybe you should just give up on games all together? I hear Candy Land is in final release with no bugs or glitches, try that.

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Theidan
01.04.2012 , 06:51 AM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by Bantic View Post
You are obviously in the wrong place my friend! I think your looking for magically fairy land where everything works out perfectly. Welcome to life. If you want games that are less buggy on release, try console. But oh wait! Those have bugs too and get updated, and you have to wait for those updates! Oh snap! Maybe you should just give up on games all together? I hear Candy Land is in final release with no bugs or glitches, try that.
You do realise that if a single player game shipped with so many glaring bugs the companies reputation would be damaged?

Have you even played any of Bioware's previous titles? in that you should know that they have never ever released such a game with so many obvious issues.

When you cant advance your character because of a bug, or cant login to the game or suffer constant crashes then maybe you will appreciate why some people are so angry at a company they PAID money to, for a GAME, they should be able to PLAY!


Notice how I capitalised key words in the hope your backwards brain will interpret.
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Bantic
01.04.2012 , 06:54 AM | #10
I have experienced bugs! In fact my account was completely f-ed up and I couldn't even use the forums! I calmly asked for help and look at me now! I'm telling you patience! You getting upset is not going to solve anything! In fact, some experts say leads to memory loss and suicide. If you find something to occupy your time like another character, then the fix will come faster! Trust me.

You're the one with the backwards brain. If you have ever done or bought anything in life, things happen and you don't get what you want. You ask for help, and wait, and it gets fixed! You're the one with uncontrollable emotions, is patience impossible for you? You are talking magically fairy land where everything should go your way, and your saying I'm backwards?

Damn right you paid money for the game! Then you agreed to their terms and now you are raging about them! Funny how things work out right?