I could say your posts are equally blind. Voting with your wallet by not buying lol gimme a break. ME3 sales are way bigger then ME2. Point: You cant do it alone. Twitter complaining: Cute, very cute. Contacting writers that have 0 input at Bioware: nice job. Tell gamers the truth: So you tell a couple dozen gamers or so on the internet and real life. Add a few MILLION and maybe youd make a difference.
And really, the "realistic suggestions, mainly to contact the media and do real life protests IMO are the way to go to get change. What you need is to cause awareness in the real to really draw attention.
You just compared gaming to the Arab Spring.........think about that. Really.
I knew you'd tell me that comparing the usefulness of the internet in the Arab Spring to the usefulness of the internet in this situation is..well actually you didn't say anything. You ignore the real point I make in the internet being the best tool for mass action on any issue and spreading awareness on that issue, and you go for the easy route of blind criticism. Willingly ignoring my arguments to throw a quick insult at me does not make you seem clever (when I point it out in the next post ;) )
Again, you miss the point entirely. Voting with your wallet is a very effective thing to do as, when combined with a large enough awareness of the issue on the internet (that you so ridiculed earlier, yet now I have shown you how effective it can be you have no answer) it can produce results. I didn't ever say that what I am doing alone will be effective, nor even that the action ME3 will be effective, but again your lazyness shines through. You have the mentality that if you cannot imagine something can be changed, because not enough people are aware of the issue or angered over it, then it's not worth changing. I would call that the mentality of a sheep, but hey that's your decision. If enough people have any other mentality than yours, or hell if enough fans are angry at Bioware/EA (have you seen the bioware forums? That's the most rabid fanbase there is, and even they are getting furious) and spread awareness without knowing it, we can force change at the company.
But you're right, if gamers are now so lazy that they won't even stand up for themselves when they don't recieve a product that works as advertised, never mind the sub-=ar quality of the game, then hell we really have no hope left.
Again. Your realistic suggestions are laughable.