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Confession of a Karma player
#16
(02-12-2017, 07:56 AM)c3d3r0m Wrote: Of course he is.
He was here before this project looked anywhere near anything playable.

I'm confused. Because we can't accept the game died 7 years ago and still yet want to attempt to try to bring new people into the game we "don't get the big picture?"
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#17
(02-12-2017, 04:45 PM)iSkurt Wrote:
(02-12-2017, 07:56 AM)c3d3r0m Wrote: Of course he is.
He was here before this project looked anywhere near anything playable.

I'm confused. Because we can't accept the game died 7 years ago and still yet want to attempt to try to bring new people into the game we "don't get the big picture?"

No, you simply don't want to get the big picture.
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#18
Look at this big picture from 2005.

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#19
Just want to say i look at BMH everyday waiting for the community to return, waiting for something to happen
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#20
yea the best is when u do a server wipe and give all the people their mhp's back.
but i think that wont happen, it was fun til the most people reached 144 and nothing happened then like events, maybe new maps or items like in do online. i know its an old game so the big player base are older players or maybe some rookies that discover that game but u guys handle to late and now much less people are playing here Tongue
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#21
(07-31-2017, 04:08 PM)powerkillaz Wrote: yea the best is when u do a server wipe and give all the people their mhp's back.
but i think that wont happen, it was fun til the most people reached 144 and nothing happened then like events, maybe new maps or items like in do online. i know its an old game so the big player base are older players or maybe some rookies that discover that game but u guys handle to late and now much less people are playing here Tongue

whats the point of lvling if they keep wiping the server ? just because few new players came , doesn't mean that ppl who spend real money and alot of time into the game have to start from 0 every few months.


If there gonna be a new wipe , consider it the end of the game.

Most of the old players moved on with their lifes , and those who still playing have few h a week maybe to play .

You really think a wipe gonna fix things ? well think again lol .. wont do shit !
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#22
Having been gone for like 6 months I'm genuinely surprised to still see up to 40 players online. Last few years have been quite the roller coaster: We've gone from "I wish I could play MH again" to "Yay someone brought it back!" and finally "We should have let it die and rest peacefully".

Anyone who thinks over 10 years old game is going to attract lots of new players is bound to be disappointed. You might be able to bring in a new player or two every now and then if you were aggressive enough in advertising the game and the community. Aside from that though you are never going to see the glory days again. That time went by almost 10 years ago. The aging old MH community has generally better things to do. I think even the youngest players from back then are in their 20's now and some in their late 30's or even 40's.

I think this is it.. this is as far as MH goes. Once BMH is dead, the game will finally be buried permanently. The only thing now that could bring massive "new" playerbase back is if the Korean D.O shuts down and their players move over here.
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