GDC Online 12: Hong Kong-based Life is Crime players are 6 times more aggressive than US, says Red Robot
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Chippy Smith | 02:40 - 11 January 2013
Lol. Squiggles automated scripts might be more active. Bot much?
Leandrew Alive | 21:10 - 11 October 2012
of course they would say that considering the HK players didnt have to sit out and wait for a level cap raise.so most US players quit the game and they lost alot of good ones by doing it.
also we US players have been playing this game for over a year and have seen so many changes of the game that we can all agree its a thumbs down and no progress moving foward.
and also the HK players have yet to feel the wrath of the Red Robot yet.that money machine will eventually bite them in the arse.
also they change staff more than babies with dirty diapers and on another note "WE ARE MONSTERS AND WILL DOMINATE" have a good day with this irrelavent post of garbage.post something up on how RRL likes to screw people out of money.last gang competition perfect example
Darryl James | 21:09 - 11 October 2012
you are dumb! your article is dumb. rrl is dumb. seriously. you capped off US players at 25 for a long time, then at 30 for a long time, now forever at 40. You have never given any incentive to keep wanting to try. many have started alts so they have something to do with the game. The game has been dl so many times because people need R2! i dont need to use proper grammer capitalization and whatnot just because if you wanna eff us over like you have been then call us out on everything eff you. When was the last time HK won a comp that involved the world, or even top 10? These HK people couldnt compete with the US if they wanted too no matter how much RRL tries to bring us down.
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