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HelenMCD said:
SvennoJ said:

Maybe I'm not actually offline, still thinks I'm offline but with the online cars turned off? I'm gonna see if I can actually play offline. Dodging cars at high speed is the most fun, need some cars on the road to dodge!

My BF told me you should stick with games from Sony and on play station. He said you never complain about anything on PS or from Sony so it must be just PC and MS games that give you problems all the time.

He said you can never enjoy a game on PC even more so if its from MS such as flight sim, he said even when you love that game you still have to complain about it all the time.

He says he never sees you complaining about your downfalls or pitfalls with Sony games only when it comes to MS and PC and its even if you really like them games why is that?.

Maybe you should tell your BF to check his own bias as I critique all around regardless of platform.

Perhaps your BF missed my complaints about the AI stupidity in Tlou2 which I even made a video of

Or my continuous complaints about GT Sport's matchmaking and penalty system. Here one of the many 'tongue in cheek' digs at the penalty system

It's only gotten worse after that sadly. No more penalties, chaos in races

Perhaps your BF needs to realize critique isn't the same as complaining. Especially the games I love, like FS2020, are the ones I would like to improve. Hence showing the flaws and talking about the problems (on the official forums, and leaving bug reports at zendesk), voting on issues to get them noticed and improved. As well as figuring out workarounds with others.

If I didn't enjoy FS2020, would I have spend 4000 hours on it and write the biggest most detailed travel blog about it on the official forums
And if you read that, you'll notice I don't sugar coat the bugs, but I do try to put the sim in its best light, best screenshots possible, and updates as things got added and fixed.

So maybe tell your BF to check his bias. There are no such thing as perfect games. The more passionate I am about a genre (racing is my biggest passion), the more critical I am about the games. Because I want them to improve, not slack off, which is what the Forza Horizon Series is starting to do imo.