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No. She didn't do that.Ginaz said:The reviewer very openly insinuated that everyone who was critical of ME:A was engaging in a witch hunt and harassing women involved in making the game.MrMelGibson said:This was completely unnecessary.
Susie and the "reviewer" didn't shit on anyone's opinion differing from theirs. They only commented to trolls saying things like "paid review" etc. They also defended themselves from those that saw a 5 min youtube video and had a PhD in MEA and decided that the review was invalid because of their pretentious views. I'm guessing you were one of those people. Why else would you post something so stupid.
You know they say that sometimes people who are paranoid do have enemies. Sometimes however, they are just plain paranoid.CIB3 said:The video looks like a feminist garbage enforcing ugly women as leaders. Ok, I will let the girls to play this game.
And did the author verify that it was in fact removed?“[Intrepid Studios] told us that Kickstarter pledges would be removed from the program," - David Gallagher, Kickstarter Director of Communications.Ashes_Steven said:Furthermore,
Intrepid Studios was absolutely honest and transparent with Kickstarter in regards to our rewards. As stated from KS they allow one time financial rewards.
Appearently there was miscommunication about what our referral reward system does. It is a one time reward in the form of reward points for purchases. All Kickstarter funds are quarantined for development costs only. The rewards points that could be redeemed for cash rewards are not allowed for redemption until our launch, which will then use non kickstarter funds to fulfill these redemptions.
The issue for me is that PCGamer never reached out to me for clarifications of these things or even to get my response on their reporting. In addition to the misreporting.
This topic is now closed for me. I hope my transparency will shed light on this for you guys on mmorpg.com