It kind of hurts me deep down inside when I think about many things - that were beyond anyone's control in this project - could have gone better and the long-lasting negative effects those things have caused.
But then I also feel something more powerful than that for this great bit o' kit that...
But seriously, you're right. What more can be done that hasn't already been done? The situation sucks, but it sucks more for none other than ED. He's still going to fulfill his promises. Most people would have quit long ago.
I know I'm coming really late to this thread, but I just want to thank notaz again and also thank Exophase for his contribution to this as well! As always, I'm floored by the world-class quality of this emulator!
I totally agree: that bit about legality is unnecessary. All the same, how very cool that this made such a nice publication.
I hope everyone is well. I see things are still getting better all the time!
Oi! Lots of stuff going on, I see.
I'm very proud of everyone involved in the OpenPandora Project. You've all done a great job keeping it going through all the problems. I'm glad to see that the project will survive, and I'll be happy to order another Pandora (given slightly different specs...
The LAST thing that this project needs is even more bad press and detractors. So yes, that website needs to either be taken down or modified if the team can't deliver on the 7-day promise, for whatever the reason may be.
I played it briefly, but it didn't hold my attention. Perhaps if it hadn't taken Blizzard 10 years to get it out I would have been able to keep my focus on it.
I did want to know how things ended up, but I didn't want to play through it is what it comes down to.