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Heroes 7 Complete Edition buyers should have gotten this thing for free..
You guys didn't even have the decency to finish last game and now this?
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Antalyan Jan 19, 2017 @ 10:55am 
This would not change anything to be fair.
They do not respect their customers, otherwise they would go on supporting H7 even after ending the collaboration with Limbic Ent. Ok, they might have not add new features. But fixing the game not to have major bugs, especially if they are stupid and easy for experienced devs to be fixed, like ability doing 50% damage more instead of less.
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tm0Lif3 Jan 19, 2017 @ 10:55am 
this is done by in house ubisoft montreal. a different team. but yet shame on ubisoft for not fixing the last game.
Antalyan Jan 19, 2017 @ 10:57am 
Originally posted by tm0Lif3:
this is done by in house ubisoft montreal. a different team. but yet shame on ubisoft for not fixing the last game.
That does not matter. Ubi Montreal could fix H7 as well.
Originally posted by Antalyan:
This would not change anything to be fair.
They do not respect their customers, otherwise they would go on supporting it even after ending the collaboration with Limbic Ent.

I know right.. I even bought a 2nd copy just so i could have the additional content available to me. If i'd have know that at first i wouldn't have done so. When the first expansion was released there never was any word being told about an early ending to H7s story.
Originally posted by tm0Lif3:
this is done by in house ubisoft montreal. a different team. but yet shame on ubisoft for not fixing the last game.

Indeed so!
Antalyan Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:02am 
Originally posted by ^1BigBossMan1978 BE:
Originally posted by Antalyan:
This would not change anything to be fair.
They do not respect their customers, otherwise they would go on supporting it even after ending the collaboration with Limbic Ent.

I know right.. I even bought a 2nd copy just so i could have the additional content available to me. If i'd have know that at first i wouldn't have done so. When the first expansion was released there never was any word being told about an early ending to H7s story.
Even Limbic guys were pretty confident about fixing the game, as far as I remember.
Kinja Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:05am 
Originally posted by Antalyan:
Originally posted by ^1BigBossMan1978 BE:

I know right.. I even bought a 2nd copy just so i could have the additional content available to me. If i'd have know that at first i wouldn't have done so. When the first expansion was released there never was any word being told about an early ending to H7s story.
Even Limbic guys were pretty confident about fixing the game, as far as I remember.

Just like the HoMM6 guys were confident, before they went bankrupt... It seems to be a reccuring theme for recent Might&Magic games made under Ubisoft.
Originally posted by Antalyan:
Originally posted by ^1BigBossMan1978 BE:

I know right.. I even bought a 2nd copy just so i could have the additional content available to me. If i'd have know that at first i wouldn't have done so. When the first expansion was released there never was any word being told about an early ending to H7s story.
Even Limbic guys were pretty confident about fixing the game, as far as I remember.

That's mainly why i kept on backing these guys up all the time.. And the game improved, that we can all say is true.. It left a sour taste in my mouth after reading their official excuse about not continuing the game,...
Last edited by ^1BigBossMan1978 [BE]; Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:10am
Originally posted by Kinja:
Originally posted by Antalyan:
Even Limbic guys were pretty confident about fixing the game, as far as I remember.

Just like the HoMM6 guys were confident, before they went bankrupt... It seems to be a reccuring theme for recent Might&Magic games made under Ubisoft.

I can't say H6 is a bad game, because visually it's by far the nicest looking one. However i guess they were too ambitious and had a vastly greater amount of resources behind their project compared to Limbic.
Last edited by ^1BigBossMan1978 [BE]; Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:08am
Antalyan Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:14am 
Originally posted by ^1BigBossMan1978 BE:
Originally posted by Kinja:

Just like the HoMM6 guys were confident, before they went bankrupt... It seems to be a reccuring theme for recent Might&Magic games made under Ubisoft.

I can't say H6 is a bad game, because visually it's by far the nicest looking one. However i guess they were too ambitious and had a vastly greater amount of resources behind their project compared to Limbic.
I like both H6 and H7. But I hate the fact both could be much better :(
Kinja Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:44am 
Originally posted by ^1BigBossMan1978 BE:
I can't say H6 is a bad game, because visually it's by far the nicest looking one. However i guess they were too ambitious and had a vastly greater amount of resources behind their project compared to Limbic.

Mechanically both it and HoMM7 were steps backwards from HoMM5 imho, they were eye candy and nothing else. HoMM6 was also pretty broken and it was never properly fixed, from what i'v seen HoMM7 was the same. The stories for both were mediocre as well. I only watched some youtubers playing HoMM7 and decided to not waste any money on it like i had wasted on HoMM6.

If you believe that post that popped up online, after Black Hole Ent. went bankrupt, the game turned out like that because of Ubisoft attempt to maintain strict control over much of the project. Making them use that mediocre story on them instead of allowing them to write their own. Not given enough funds to finish the project and this in turn forced them to use whatever funds they had and all leading up to them going bankrupt when the game flopped. Hope they at least learned to negociate contracts better from this experience. But like i said this is if you believe said post.
Antalyan Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:47am 
Originally posted by Kinja:
Originally posted by ^1BigBossMan1978 BE:
I can't say H6 is a bad game, because visually it's by far the nicest looking one. However i guess they were too ambitious and had a vastly greater amount of resources behind their project compared to Limbic.

Mechanically both it and HoMM7 were steps backwards from HoMM5 imho, they were eye candy and nothing else. HoMM6 was also pretty broken and it was never properly fixed, from what i'v seen HoMM7 was the same. The stories for both were mediocre as well. I only watched some youtubers playing HoMM7 and decided to not waste any money on it like i had wasted on HoMM6.

If you believe that post that popped up online, after Black Hole Ent. went bankrupt, the game turned out like that because of Ubisoft attempt to maintain strict control over much of the project. Making them use that mediocre story on them instead of allowing them to write their own. Not given enough funds to finish the project and this in turn forced them to use whatever funds they had and all leading up to them going bankrupt when the game flopped. Hope they at least learned to negociate contracts better from this experience. But like i said this is if you believe said post.
Not true exactly. H7 introduced dozens of smaller improvements making the game experience better. Caravans which be sent on the adventure map, town fortifications with guard, preferred magic school in magic guilds...
Last edited by Antalyan; Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:48am
HUtor Jan 19, 2017 @ 8:28pm 
VII is finished by the last patch. End of topic
DeusEx Machina Jan 19, 2017 @ 11:35pm 
It's not just the money issue. I mean we want this franchise to get a proper funding. But this franchise also deserves a good and experienced dev team. I mean a lot of fans are already 15 - 20 + years fans of this franchise. So how anyone can treat this with such crappy behavior, like Ubilol has done, is beyond me.
Originally posted by DeusEx Machina:
It's not just the money issue. I mean we want this franchise to get a proper funding. But this franchise also deserves a good and experienced dev team. I mean a lot of fans are already 15 - 20 + years fans of this franchise. So how anyone can treat this with such crappy behavior, like Ubilol has done, is beyond me.

+1
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