Die Situation des WoW TCGs


Sorry, aber dieser Beitrag wurde nicht übersetzt. Daher ändert ihr am besten rechts die Sprache des Blogs, um den englischen Artikel zu lesen. Wenn ihr schon mal ein paar 3.000 Wörter lange Artikel verfasst und darüber nachgedacht habt, ob ihr diese jetzt noch übersetzen wollt, wisst ihr, wie man sich in der Situation fühlt…

Wie immer habe ich ganz bewusst relativ einfach verständliches Englisch gewählt (was eine freundlichere Formulierung ist für: Mein Englisch ist limitiert), so dass ihr die Informationen trotz der Fremdsprachenbarriere aus dem Text extrahieren können solltet. Ansonsten eben einfach fragen.

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  1. #1 by René Gäbler on 29 July 2013 - 13:10

    Brauchen wir den Cryptozoic um zu spielen? Wir mögen das Spiel und hängen irgendwie daran. Ich kann auch ohne Promos und Honor-Punkte spielen. Preise kann man auch selbst finanzieren und Läden, die einen unterstützen, findet man auch.
    Ich mein, ich seh nicht ein, warum ich Jahre lang Karten kaufe, mich mit dem Spiel und einer Website dazu beschäftige und dann sticht eine Firma mit ner Nadel in nen Ballon und weg ist das Produkt. So wie bei Middle-earth. Die Firma wollte doch ein Communie-Spiel. Dann können wir auch selbst was organisieren und am Leben halten. Oder nicht?

    Sorry ich kann ned so gut englisch. :-)

    MfG
    René

    • #2 by soulwarrior on 29 July 2013 - 14:41

      Wie ich in dem Artikel geschrieben habe gehe ich nicht davon aus, dass das Spiel längerfristig überleben kann ohne größere Turniere. Ja, ich würde wohl auch noch das ein oder andere Mal in den Laden rennen, um ein wenig zu zocken, aber ernsthaft würde ich es nicht verfolgen, wenn es keine Darkmoon Faires und Co gibt.

  2. #3 by William Zobac on 23 July 2013 - 19:47

    Good Article… Honestly At this point, if the licesnse falls apart.. Crypto needs to step up to the plate and create their own product to keep the game going.. we don’t have to stay wow centric… I would still play the game .. if they can make the game continue without blizzard…

    • #4 by soulwarrior on 23 July 2013 - 21:44

      I think there are legal constraints that would keep them from doing that. :-(

  3. #5 by soulwarrior on 23 July 2013 - 9:11

    Dan Payne :

    Any additional thoughts regarding this article and the latest set including all previously released loot cards? CZE trying to drive up sales as much as possible before the big boom? Or maybe just doing a bit of spring(summer) cleaning?

    There is a certain possibility that CZE was “afraid” they couldn’t get the license renewed and they wanted to make as much cash as possible before they’re losing their biggest (at the moment, who knows how big Hex will end up being) brand.

    Then again, _everything_ they do, they have to run by Blizzard. So looking at it from this perspective, it’s more likely that all they wanted to do is celebrate 6 years of the TCG and attract more MMO players to the TCG, because most of them buy product simply because they want to get their hands on the loot cards.

    The same applies to the god packs. Either they introduced them just to ship more product OR they simply wanted to give players an additional benefit.

    It’s one of the things that bugs me the most. These are really cool features and everyone *should* applaud CZE for introducing them, but given the current context, they are often seen as signs for a negative development, which is the exact opposite what they’re supposed to be. And all of this just because of the licensing situation.

    Anonny :

    This has been one of the biggest problems on my end. CZE promised us four months ago that they would send us Noblegarden playmats. They still haven’t come. [...]

    I understand the company may have their hands tied on some problems, but it’s really difficult to continue having faith in a company that feels like they’re lying to us. :(

    If it’s a possibility for you and doesn’t translate to huge extra costs, I would phone the guys and try to get it sorted. If you’re not from the US, Skype should make this affordable.
    Alternatively, maybe opening a ticket in their support desk might also help, I’ve received quick help before there.

    I hope they’ll be able to sort this out, it certainly doesn’t sound pretty.

  4. #6 by Anonny on 22 July 2013 - 19:28

    “They need to ensure that sets, promotional materials, Battleground kits and all of these things are delivered in time.”

    This has been one of the biggest problems on my end. CZE promised us four months ago that they would send us Noblegarden playmats. They still haven’t come. They first told us it was a printing issue, and we’d get them in the next month’s (June) Battleground Kit. That never happened. Then someone said they were preparing the kits (they said they were ready in the warehouse and would ship soon) and they’d be shipping the kits out at the end of June.

    That never happened. Then we got told again that we’d get our kits in early July; that there was printing error with the holiday cards. That felt like a slap in the face. If the cards were messed up that whole time, then why on earth were people telling us we’d get our kits for months on end, when really, there was an issue with the cards and they couldn’t ship them out?

    I haven’t been sent a kit since April. I’m losing players. I don’t know what to tell them anymore. When I explained it was a printing error, they were okay with it. Then I kept getting told it was going out, it was going out. We never got any of the kits we were “owed”. We haven’t gotten a kit in almost four months, and we’re owed two holiday event kits now (so that’s four kits in total for those keeping track), and keep getting told they’ll be on their way at some point. Some people in other areas are getting them, some aren’t. It’s really destroying my players faith in the game and CZE as a whole, and mine to, if I’m being honest.

    I understand the company may have their hands tied on some problems, but it’s really difficult to continue having faith in a company that feels like they’re lying to us. :(

  5. #7 by Dan Payne on 22 July 2013 - 19:21

    Any additional thoughts regarding this article and the latest set including all previously released loot cards? CZE trying to drive up sales as much as possible before the big boom? Or maybe just doing a bit of spring(summer) cleaning?

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