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Its that time of year again the applications reviewed the e-mails opened the anger spewed its beta time One can just feel the energy flowing about the community its similar to that of 17th century witch trial Whose on the chopping block this time around It isnt the n00bs or the flamerz or even the vile and repugnant exposers Once again the flames of hate are directed towards the parent company in this case EA Pacific and their handling of the Generals multiplayer test or beta if you will Even worse are the attitudes some people are taking towards the handling and playing of the multiplayer test All of this ranting and raving started days if not hours after the multiplayer test e-mails were sent out As it became apparent that a lot of people had not been chosen tempers flared Some people were calling it an unfair test and how everyone should be involved in it It is hard to believe that people truly care about everyone else when they suggest something like a large public beta The main reasoning behind an argument like that is so that the person who made the comment would also be in the test himself Statistically a closed-form beta is just as effective as an open beta one can see this by looking at recent games that have used one or the other Warcraft III the epitome of a modern well-executed RTS had a very large beta The initial beta was cracked and was distributed to the masses Only the most diehard of Westwood fanboys would argue that Warcraft III was an unpolished horrible piece of crap Whether you are into fantasy realms or not Warcraft III was a phenomenally executed game On the other side of the same coin is the closed-beta format the one that Medieval Total War used Medieval is one of the few games I have bought recently that upon shipment has had
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