I have given up the idea of making a challenging game, because apparently giving in game hints and guide is not enough... OrzDeeKay wrote:The general consensus of what a "gamer" is nowadays is, sorry to be blunt, "An idiot easily frustrated whenever there's an obstacle in the way of his progression (including story), looking for simple yet rich gameplay that won't hinder his thought process (Derp ! I can't figure it out if it has more than 2 button combinations !)" , all thanks to these select few who are, again sorry for my words, a pain in the butt.Blane Doyle wrote:4) A good majority of Steam's users have the tact and maturity of the worst 4Chan users. Not the average one, the bad ones that became infamous online.
They even think they know what a game should be like but don't give any pointers... Obviously they haven't touched older games (10 year old or more) before making these statements, not open minded and patient enough.
Omg, I read that just now. I thought you were being extremely patient with these people.jack_norton wrote: They even failed to understand my basic explanation how downvoting/abstaining from voting is pointless. Valve wants to know about potential buyers, not annoyed teenagers that group together with the only purpose to downvote all the VNs they find (some people are really doing that)
Exposure == free punching bag for everyone... .___.;