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6-09-2010 @ 8:15PM
I also don't see what the rage is all about when it comes to vehicles. I understand the "time and effort put into a rotation and UI, why make me change it" argument, but frankly the reason I don't play dps much anymore is rotations get tiring and the vehicle portion of fights tend to be small, only two fights in the entire game (Occ/FL) are completely vehicle fights. After I did my first demolisher quest in BT, I honestly couldn't wait for another one because I found them so much fun.Now granted the new system, especially in those first couple patches, was pretty clunky and still is in no way perfect, but I actually found it a nice change over from the usual 1-2-3-3-4 rotation. I think if the system was a little smoother I don't think people would be as angry.I found it enjoyable to have to wrestle with something new for a short amount of time, and, as was said above, it really wasn't a huge deal so long as you knew WTF-to-do before you got on. Where people seemed to get frustrated in EoE is when they saw 5 new buttons and just started mashing them incomprehensibly hoping to win. I think Blizz should have given players a good 30-40 seconds before P3 began to wrestle with these new controls, before having to start dodging and mashing.TL/DR- I think vehicle combat would have been less of a chore and more of a welcome spice to a fight had the system been a little smoother and the transitions a little less "omgwtf".
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