For sure, but i totally agree with Flint.weerwolf1 wrote:Excuse me Flint, But he has the same right to express his mind here just like you !
You got around 15 pages with new created tm-forum accounts during the last 2-3 days which are only created to announce of the world of trackmania. This are exactly the type of "construcitve" posts we need here. Just try to think about the good thing(you can play the game as you did it before. It's just a bit more tricky now with switching servers over the addfav. function), not about the bad side (if it can be called bad to pay a little money for a game you had such an awesome time with and show a little respect to the the team which made this possible).
As i wrote in the other thread.
I think this sounds like a very nice proposal.Florent wrote:it is something that is quite requested since two days: some sort of a license that you can acquire with coppers for a >server< to be visible in the freezone. I add to this that we can give coppers to players who convert nations player to united, and we may have a solution to make player's servers into the freezone, but with the purpose of sustaining a little more the system on which they are running.
What about allowing a limited number of servers of a higher rank limit (additional to the fee, that should be paidto get into the zone the normal fee to get a ranked server 60-90 and stadium only RoCs) get into the freezone, so that free players can see that there is a ladder competition outside the normal TMNF? If this players get their points and join such a server, they can get a message like
" if you buy united, you get a high variety of high ranked ladder servers and the possibility to play against the best players AND gain more points in new environments".
Just my two cents. This could maybe work, but then the numbers of higher ranked servers should be strictly limited (to get a reason to buy the full game) and see how much fun it can be to drive rounds/cup/tournament mode and fight with other players for places.