Recently, a video was released from GoSinister's video about the state of R2DA, which at this point pushed me to the edge. If he had to state some obvious facts and logic to the people who have been complaining about the state of R2DA (and of Chinalake as well), then they are no better than the people who shed farm all day.
The fact some people complain to PR that his game is "dying" and that he should quickly release the update is upsetting. PR is not a robot who's willing to develop a game 24/7. He's a human being. He doesn't deserve complaints from people who I doubt have any experience in developing games. He's got to maintain his life as well. At this point, PR is experiencing burnout from developing his game and frankly deserves a break. I got the patience to wait for him to properly release a decent update, but I guess some rather like to see him release a messy update quickly.
First off, I must say that I do agree with the notion that Chinalake should have some sort of nerf... at least in it's ranking. However, I do not agree with the people in the community that think it's acceptable to point fingers and harass the members of SAI for their creation, the Chinalake, even though they are not responsible for the in-game stats, just PR. In fact, it should be common sense that you shouldn't have to harass some people to demand change, It's also good to point out that people complain too much about Chinalake and yet most, if not all, of us are pretty much guilty of abusing it for our own good as well. Hell, I'm even guilty of doing shed farming at one point. Besides, the community was happy about it at first when it was released. Ever since shed farming became a thing, some just pretend that Chinalake was a broken gun all along, but in actuality is just players taking advantage of an old zombie spawn system (which is the real problem).
I do hope some of you (who belong into these categories), try and understand the situations better next time. It's not only rude, but also idiotic to complain and harass on people to demand on something that's either out of their control or just needs time to properly do so.
Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.