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Unless they're harassing him about it... His posts are really kind of unnecessary. Feel for the guy, but his predicament has nothing to do with folks requesting refunds. He should look to Disney or his management for that....Forgrimm said:
I know a lot of people are upset and wanting refunds for their purchases in @MarvelHeroes, but please keep in mind the developers were not paid out PTO, severance, and our medical insurance is ending in 8 days.— Andrew Hair (@andrewhair) November 22, 2017
Some people want refunds for the xp boosts they bought and used and I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to pay for insulin. Just some perspective.— Andrew Hair (@andrewhair) November 22, 2017
Or maybe, go the route Elite is traveling and build the base game that was originally advertised, using the continued crowdfunding revenue to build upon that.Orinori said:So crowdfunding should be limited because you don't like it when backers want to pledge for what is on offer? Now being as most people only spent a small amount of money on SC (from $20 - 60 ish). What is it you are suggesting? That a company should only be able to raise funds before they start work? what is it that you want exactly? please helpKefo said:It's ridiculous because it's crowdfunded? I see plenty of crowdfunded games out there, past and present, who made due with what they raised and then built upon the game they released to the public with sales they earned. Not this selling pictures of ships for hundreds to thousands of dollars and constantly begging for more.MaxBacon said:Your argument is pretty ridiculous. Obviously, for any crowdfunded project the revenue model has to come first; because is from that revenue model that development is made possible in the first place. --'Kefo said:Except big publishers get shit on as well so it's not double standards. Big publishers tend to actually realease games first though and then push the crappy revenue models. CIG being true to form is doing it backwards again and pushing the revenue model before the game.
Not for profit, yet to maintain operations. But evil CIG I guess, this dead horse has been beaten for years and years and years, not beaten enough I see.
Don't half-ass it!ConstantineMerus said:
Is this for real? Dude, it's a video game. It creates an environment to explain why the folks you're fighting deserve to be fought, which requires a certain suspension of disbelief, just like pretty much every video game, movie, or TV show ever.Alverant said:
Are you still government agents killing US citizens without trial or just cause who are trying to survive?
That's really not accurate. You're shooting heavily armed criminals and malcontents who are trying to profit off the misery around them, killing and looting for fun, and / or attempting to spread even more chaos to keep the city crippled.
Really because last time I checked you knew who the "criminals" and "malcontents" were by their clothing alone (like wearing a hoodie) and you even had to shoot unarmed people who weren't doing anything wrong in one mission.
Sean, you really need to cool down with this shit, dude.SEANMCAD said:I think you have it backwards, you dont understand what I am asking.Shaigh said:You clearly didn't understand what I wrote. Given that someone else understood it I think the problem lies with you.SEANMCAD said:so others are mostly responsible for your fun.Shaigh said:Its up to game developers to create games people want to play, if they fail at their task they will be out of business quickly.
When you come into the office and say you had an unfun weekend, you dont see it as remotely your fault?
interesting, I tend to think just the opposite
YOU are responsible for your choices in your free time, you are responsible for your fun.
you disagree with that?
That rule would save me so much money.Torval said:I'm so annoyed with myself for not picking this up on the 70% off sale. I was going to grab it and the DLC but I'm at least a month out before I can play it and that breaks my rule of "don't buy anything you won't play in the next 30 days".