Electronic Arts has run a surprisingly frank piece on the Origin blog, which basically amounts to "yeah, we know, this service isn't that great, so tell us how we can fix things".
Which means we should all tell them how to fix things. But here's the thing: let's try and be adults about it, OK?
The temptation is there to unload on the company, sure. It's EA! It's not Steam! We want EA games on Steam! Your service sucks compared to Steam, etc etc. They're obvious issues/trolls/complaints, and while some are understandable - I really want EA games back on Steam - ones that the company is already more than aware of. You'd be wasting your time sending them in.
Instead, now's the time to suggest some more constructive changes. I just want the thing to run faster. And do a better job with friends lists. And improve its release date authentication system, since it's even worse than Steam's. Those are the kind of things that can actually be addressed!
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