Sorry I don’t think my comment came off the way I wanted it to. He has nothing to do with the mobile department any more he was a director of MM he now does other successful games. He laughed at the notion of EA as whole collapsing over a couple of mobile games but was concerned about the mobile department as a whole because they are under EA but almost an entirely different branch if that makes sense. The troubles we are having are some of the reasons he transitioned to console games in the first place. He wasn’t happy with the mobile department.
Thank you for clarifying, I apologize if I have offended. I guess I am truly on the verge of uninstalling just like everyone else. I know kjay is right in the sense we all say it, but nbalm is on the ropes. One more wrong move, and I'm knocking them the fuck out for good. Much respect for replying objectively and keeping me humble. This game (and the treatment of its players), has really made it so that I think I'm over gaming. In the end, this may be a blessing in disguise. Picked up a book I bought a couple weeks ago, as playing this game is not beneficial to anyone at the moment. (Except ea, and we all know how much they deserve our time and money)
Just wanted to say thank you to op for sharing this great info ! And thank you to those that are actually contacting Apple about the current state of the game.
This proactive action has great potential to make EA pay attention and make the game better for all of us.
If potentially Apple gets enough complaints/enough serious requests about people wanting refunds/reimbursements related to NBALM , then Apple would likely contact EA to find out what is causing so many complaints.
False advertising and sudden changes in game play are true facts about the current state of this game.