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  1. I mostly use underused weapons anyway. Outside of Amprex and Twin Gremlins, almost every riven I have was left alone or got a buff. And Gremlins got a prisma version a few weeks back, of course its dispo lowered from maximum. So overall I'm good. Time to use the Ferrox and Tenora some more! I am a little dissapointed in Simulor though it deserves a buff. I *had* a riven for that but at .5 it was so useless even a perfect roll couldn't get it up to par with any other mod so it was useless. At .7 it could maybe do something. (And simulor is a case where the original overused weapon that got that rating was nerfed heavily, stopped being used, and didn't deserve that rating anymore.) Oh well!
  2. People keep asking for Kuva because it, more than any other resource, is used up quickly and instantly once you get it... and often for a roll that doesn't even mkae your item any better than it was. The fact that its a slot machine resource means you always, always need more, and that's why people want it to flow like a river. Tons of endo is good too, no matter what they say. There's always SOMETHING else to level up unless your a multiyear veteran... in which case you can buy stuff from Baro, level it up, and then sell it.
  3. What if after passing a milestone, an unlocked weapon's blueprint appears in Cephalon's archive? Just in case people sell of the unique weapon and can't get it back. You already did this with Tesshin's glaive.
  4. They've said in the thread, and been requoted multiple times, that they had way more people than expected and are having issues because of it. Give em some time! Waiting for my Ash But even if I don't get it, what a hell of a stream! I woulda been happily tuned in anyway!
  5. There is a vast difference between "getting used to it" when it's things like changing how a gun works or a character nerf or "melee doesn't go through walls now." That's all stuff thats intended, whether you like it or not, to make the game play and feel better. It's different when it's a step backwards in basically every single area in terms of accessability, ,convenience and interface. They had it working fine and they broke it. On basically every single menu and in multiple different ways. New UI? Fine! Having to do the code from scratch to make it better in the future and easier between platforms? That's fine. But recode it and make it BETTER. But better should include all the old functionality and QoL the previous version had... and this doesn't. It's actively worse in many many areas. It'd be like if they removed melee combat and bullet jumping at this point, in order to make it more like CoD, and your response was "get used to it." It's a huge step backwards and there's no quality or ease of use reason for this to have happened. If they can't do that out the gate, then, in the meantime, while working the kinks out, have both versions available. Have a beta option. They let us choose between different archwing controls.
  6. The new UI is maybe better in a couple isolated areas like actually scrolling through weapons at speed, but everything else is just worse than it was. Having to select everything with the "mouse" by hovering over with a cursor is super tedious. There was no reason to remove the hotkey shortcuts. Before when you hovered over a weapon, it would display the compared stats to what you have equipped. When you hovered over a relic, it would display what was inside of it. Now you have to do a double or triple click to go into the item to get the same functionality you got just from hovering before... and then you have to click to leave that and check a different item. Want to see your fashion in the arsenal and turn your frame? Before? Use the right stick to turn your frame around. Now? Move the cursor over the area with the frame in it with the left stick and THEN use the right stick and if you want to change the equipment move back with your left stick over the equipment you want to change, then fiddle it over the "equip" button and then press X. And so on. Everything added just makes things slower and more redundant in almost all cases. Nothing adds functionality or ease of use, it just needlessly complicates things. It's hard to give specific feedback and adress specific problems when it's basically literally *everything* is wrong. Could you hotix in a "classic" setting while you guys spend the next weeks or months optimizing this?
  7. Light and heavy attacks? Where you use the light attack to build up to the strong ones? Musou style? YES! That's absolutely a step in the right direction! For combos, could you switch it up so that instead of getting OOOupOOOO or OOpauseOOOOOO, things that can be really inconsistent or hard to time, (especially when attack speed can change dramatically) let the combos work with the new strong attack, so that the combo can instead be OOAA or OAO or AOOO and the like. That's how the musou games do it and it gives you so much more variety and control to the combos. (God of War or Dark Souls style combat is cool too but the gunplay and the hoards make it a little unfeasible.) It's not quite as button mashey and it lets you trigger the combo you want more consistently. (I understand you want the strong attacks to be built up to, and that's fine, but combo input could be way more intuitive like that.)
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