Quoted from MK6PIN:
I don't put you on "ignore" as you have valuable and interesting insight at times...truly don't understand your venom on this title, however.
I always have valuable and interesting insights. Just sometimes people aren't ready to hear them.
But seriously, three reasons.
One, the code was and is in the worst shape of any modern Stern pin at launch and still is today. Period.
Two, Gomez personally stated that they would incrementally update every two weeks. Never happened, even once, the gaps kept growing after Feb, and now they're at 9 weeks since the last update. None of the updates have been substantial, with the exception of the Bat Turn one.
Three, Gomez is still playing a game with customers about the B'66 reality. There is NO WAY he and Lyman are currently working on Batman'66 full time, 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week each. Nope. The output just doesn't reflect it. I've been involved with software most of my life, on hardware systems that were WAY more complicated than what they're using and the changelogs simply don't reflect the time elapsed since the last drop @ full time. Now, maybe Lyman is executive producing and another programmer is working under him? Okay, but that's still not "full time" on Batman'66. Any way you look at it, Gomez is still not coming clean about the situation. Once the next Sterns are out with their names on them and 1.00 or better code at launch, we'll know what game(s) they were two-timing Batman'66 with while telling us they were working on Batman'66 "full time." You can apologize then.
But if that critical thinking to a logical conclusion on this subject upsets people, "ignore" on me doesn't hurt my feelings in the least. In fact, I've used it a couple times myself and it's FANTASTIC for people that get on your nerves. I highly recommend it when needed.