Just a warning! There's a ton of swearing in the quotes.
How this all started...
Earlier today, TheMissIzanamii
and I were talking on skype, after a question I asked brought the topic of Toontown to our conversation, I typed a sentence that was the start of a really interesting and journal worthy debate. I quote myself now,
"And Disney won't bring the game back, they have "other priorities" Like Club Penguin."
As many of you know, I posted a journal on August 22, 2013 called Shattered Dreams. In that journal, I looked and analyzed at the reason Di$ney gave us. Today, this journal is based on points brought up in a debate/conversation Emmie and I had on Skype.
"And Disney won't bring the game back, they have "other priorities" Like Club Penguin." This fact was stated by Di$ney in this, Disney Interactive is committed to offering high-quality, entertaining play experiences in both online virtual worlds and mobile apps. At this time, we are shifting our development focus towards other online and mobile play experiences, such as Club Penguin and a growing selection of Disney Mobile apps.' This was the response they gave to everyone before they removed Club Penguin from it. That change however, did not fool the majority of people. This struck a lot of controversy between players of both games, and players from Toontown started blaming Club Penguin for the closure of the game. Many Toontown players blame Club Penguin because of the response Di$ney gave, and many things can support the reason they blame Club Penguin.
Quote myself, The TTR crew easily updated shit and made it work, even putting NEW content in it! You could say Club Penguin is Disney's cash slave for games.
Constant updates, new content, parties every fucking month, new shit every week!
This can be and is the strongest supporting fact for the blame. They update Club Penguin greatly and frequently with new content such as the news, clothes, and items for igloos. As well as huge events called parties one after another all the time. These frequent and big updates keep members paying tons of money for long amounts of time. Toontown did not have frequent and big updates, thus making it the strongest supporting fact for the blame.
Another strong fact among players is that the Medieval Party in Club Penguin started on the day Toontown closed. fav.me/d6mnqsm
I personally, do not accept this as a reason to support the blame on Club Penguin. There is evidence of other things that CAN make this fact acceptable by me. Like this video. www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_AYGi…
Don't be fooled, the video was posted before the 23rd, as it's an advertisement for the party. On to the "reason" of updates on Toontown, which is a poor excuse really.
Quoted, Emmie and myself,Lys: And they NEVER gave us consistant new content like shirts or features.
Emmìê: They said something like
Emmìê: "Oh we can't update it because everything is used in Panda3D."" The truth of this is, in our responses and the next quotes,Lys: BULL Fucking shit.
Emmìê: Yeah im just like yeah no thats a fucking lie The TTR crew I mentioned earlier has shown that upgrading the program used and still have the game working WITH new content IS possible. Di$ney was just to lazy to update the program used and add new content. They also could have stopped all the "hackers" that cluttered the game server Toon Valley.
The truth is...
The "hackers" in Toon Valley weren't real hackers at all. All of them are in one of these catagories; immature little fucks who wanted to show off and get attention. stupid assholes who wanted to ruin the game for everyone because they don't give a fuck about anyone. selfish bastards who made it impossible to get anything done by toons who wanted to get money for items or reward for tasks. insecure shitheads who wanted to interrupt toons' conversations for the sake of distracting them.|| Quoted, Emmie,Yeah :I to make it even worse the hackers posted their codes on youtube for everyone to use. It would of been so easy for Toontown to download those codeas and patch them but there just lazy asfuck and dont care
I have a ton more to put, but I'm going to take a small break.