Advertising, word of mouth, what your clan decides on
On the subject of word of mouth this game is a great example, you had me sold. I really
enjoy BF3, my shooting is really bad yet my points come from taking flags, if being sold
as being better than BF3 I went looking.
(Sorry about this post it wasn't meant to turn out this way).
My site for gaming info is Gamesfaq.com, Checking out Soldner for it's enjoyment level
(forums) and for it's platform (Linux, oh pls, oh pls).
You built it up to the point I was going to give it a try, it was my type of game.
Going to the site to see what it was all about, I'm afraid only two cheats (not really
cheats but tricks and easter eggs) and one review was given, titled "Soldner lowers
standards for games everywhere"" 04/11/05 Temp89 and one star.
I've been going to this site for a long time for walkthroughs, a deader area I've never
I believe you in it being better than BF3 and I really wanted to give it a try, yet with
really nothing written on it and zero forum questions, that type of activity over 11
years tells me that finding on-line players on a server would a rarity, or be only
one or two servers seeing any real active.
That game has been on gamesfaq.com for 11 years and never seen any real activity.
I didn't read the review I really didn't' want to know.
To answer your question, it was visiting this site that put the brakes on for me, as from
what I saw nobody not only didn't like it, nobody even cared enough to publish an FAQ.
Normally a race to be the first.