Again, your idea of what "the majority" will think is...well, wrong.Yes, you can make a battle feel epic the first time you play it, regardless of how retarded the enemy actually is. In fact, you can make it feel epic the second or fifth time. But you can't make the feeling of epicness outlast that moment when the majority realizes how retarded the enemy is.
I said he looks too easy (which I think will get fixed) and that he could use a wider variety and frequency of attacks (which I hope gets fixed). I disagree with your thesis that he's "retarded" because he's not belly flopping on the PCs, and that his behavior will pull people so far out of the experience that it won't be fun/epic for them. This really is not a confusing distinction; I'm not splitting hairs here in the least.It is interesting that you admit that he looks disappointing in the demo, yet disagree with me.
Nope. Sorry, this just shows that you really are out of touch. Yes, movie villains explaining their plots is stupid. Yes, stormtroopers being unable to hit Luke is stupid. Yes, a lone warrior (or 100) that is able to take down a giant dragon in Dark Souls (or GW2) is stupid. It doesn't matter. People still enjoy the work of fiction because of the Rule of Cool! (warning: TV Tropes) You don't seem to understand that; you didn't even understand the reference.It's also interesting that you admit that movie villains are stupid to tell the hero about their entire clever plan before they fail to kill them. It's something most people can agree is ****ing retarded behaviour, you even admit that, then you say that you still disagree with me. This passes beyond even fanboyism into the land of pure deluded idiocy, sorry to say.
*tips hat* I'm done. We're on different wavelengths. You're unduly confident that "the majority" will be pulled out of the experience by the Shatterer's behavior, in spite of citations of similarly oversized stationary bosses in other games not having that effect on people. It's clear you're not interested in having a discussion, you just keep repeating the same point over and over again ("But he shouldn't act that waaaaaay!"). Moreover, you're not interested in even entertaining the notion that other people do not share your opinion (or, if they do, they're a minority, wrong, stupid, fanbois, and/or "deluded idiots"). Which, again, is your problem: you think far too much of yourself, and far too little of others. You claim to know what "the majority" enjoy, and yet you openly and vehemently disdain activities that the majority find entertaining. You are, to sum up, supremely arrogant, and it's not a coincidence that Alaris tried to tell you this a few pages ago. Maybe you should try to take it as the honest counsel that it is, and stop acting like this. It really would make you much nicer to talk to.