Dbzfan94 wrote:Ring lobbies dont work, you cannot find an arena match despite there being 10 people in the ring with you, there's WAY too many lobbies and sometimes quitting out of a mode takes you back to the title screen
Ring matches working seem to vary wildly between person to person and from version to version. Whenever I wanted to have a ring match with a specific person on Steam I've never had a problem with it. But again I'm not sure about your experience. Bandai seems to be working hard on solving this problem certain users are facing and it seems to stem from them underestimating the support for this game.
The arena matches also seem to be falling under a similar sort of problem. I haven't found problems with this myself but that doesn't mean they aren't happening.
Unfortunately, I can't find much to agree to on your third point. On launch day there was a huge problem on the Steam version with the lack of lobbies as there were about half per region when compared to the console versions. I recall having to go to South American country lobbies to even play online let alone meet anyone. I suppose you could mean there are too many lobbies in relation to arena matches which I could understand that. However, I don't think that having less lobbies so people just funnel into it more often is the appropriate solution for that.
The kicking out of lobbies is a definite issue as well for some people.
There are definite problems with the lobby system: the fact the game forces you into it in the first place, no real system to just easily invite friends to a match, the connection problems people are facing, etc. But to dismiss the online as a whole to the game I think is rather reductive. Cause to me where it counts the most, the matches themselves, is where the game really shines.